healthcare

Surviving — and Thriving — in a Changing Practice Landscape

February 7, 2018

More physicians are currently employed by hospitals or medical practices than ever before, while fewer are in private practice. Since 2000, physicians as a group have shifted from private practice to ..

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How to Handle a Medicare Audit

February 7, 2018

Generally speaking, the question isn’t if you get a Medicare audit, it’s when. Every Medicare claim undergoes statistical analysis, and Medicare compares individual claims data to all other data s..

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Steps to Take to Improve Claim Acceptance

February 7, 2018

The financial health and stability of a medical practice greatly depends on having claims accepted and paid. A claim denial is an avoidable error that disrupts the billing process and slows down cash ..

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Quality vs. Volume: How Should Physician Compensation be Determined?

February 7, 2018

Increasingly, hospitals, health systems and the federal government are pushing for “pay for quality” or “pay per performance” over the more traditional “pay for volume” as the underlying s..

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New Jersey Telemedicine Providers: Do You Know the “Ins and Outs” of the New Law?

January 30, 2018

Written by Deirdre Hartmann, CPA, Partner Telemedicine history was made on July 21, 2017, as Governor Chris Christie signed off on the law allowing healthcare providers to see patients virtually us..

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