Category: Medical Billing

No Surprises Act

Unveiling the Impact of No Surprises Act: AHIP & BCBSA Report

The federal No Surprises Act (NSA) has generated millions of complaints but serves to protect consumers from unexpected out-of-pocket healthcare costs, according to a new survey. AHIP, a U.S. health insurance trade group, and the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association (BCBSA) released a report that estimates the NSA prevents more than 1 million surprise bills […]
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Boost Reimbursement with G2211 Add-On Code

Medicare Billing Update: Boost Reimbursement with G2211 Add-On Code

To capture Medicare reimbursement for complex Medicare patient visits, you must know when to use this add-on code. To report the additional time, effort, and related practice expenses associated with caring for Medicare patients across the continuum of care, qualified healthcare providers can begin billing HCPCS Level II codes on Jan. 1, 2024. Evaluation and […]
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2024 Medicare physician fee schedule

Medicare CY 2024 Proposed Rule: Impact, Reimbursement Changes, and Key Insights

On July 13, Medicare released its Proposed Rule, which outlined changes to different Medicare programmes including as quality programmes, MIPS, rural employment, telemedicine, and others. This comprehensive yearly document of 2,033 pages covers the planned programme adjustments for fiscal year 2024. Between the release of the Draft Rule and the publishing of the Final Rule […]
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2024 Patient Experience trends

Healthier Horizons: Patient Experience Trends for 2024

The healthcare landscape is undergoing an unprecedented evolution, set to drive a significant transformation in patient experience in 2024. Recent technological advancements, coupled with increased patient expectations for enhanced care, are converging with a comprehensive approach encompassing clinical, social, and behavioral facets of patient well-being. This convergence necessitates the modernization of care delivery systems to […]
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Surprise Billing Dispute Resolution: Challenges, Lawsuits, and Proposed Changes

This year, the CMS has frequently halted and resumed arbitration due to court cases causing disruptions in the regulatory process aimed at settling surprise billing disputes. Summary Overview: Last Friday, the CMS finalized its revamp of the No Surprises Act resolution process, fully reopening the portal for resolving disputes, including batched and single disputes for […]
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