Tag: Medicare Reimbursements


Anticipated Decrease in Medicare Reimbursement for Physicians in 2024

The Final Decrease Is Influenced By Add-On Codes and Regulatory Obligations On November 16th, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released the finalized rule for the 2024 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS) in the Federal Register. While the policies exhibit several positives, especially in primary care, telehealth, and behavioral healthcare, CMS remains dedicated […]
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Key Benefits of Using Total Practice Management System

Providers draw more on-time and uncut payer reimbursements and patient payments by automating these operations with a quality practice management system Via using a quality total practice management system, your company can evade putting as much attempts into accomplishing quality work and rather find effectiveness, accuracy, and peace of mind. An integrated billing and scheduling […]
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How Does Medical Billing and Coding Increase Cash Flow?

Error-free medical billing and coding are critical characteristics of a revamped revenue cycle system. Appropriate billing and coding are not only needed in terms of compliance but are also pivotal in bringing down medical claim denials and rejections. When you take a more dynamic approach to your billing and coding operation, you not only get […]
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Medicare Advantage Plans and the Two-Midnight Rule

Medicare Advantage plans hold up their end of the contract with CMS, and provide, at a minimum, a fair reimbursement for services delivered. The physician advisor is a fast-growing specialty that has evolved into so much more than someone who performs endless chart reviews for observation status determinations, medical necessity reviews, peer-to-peer conversations with payors, […]
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CMS Releases 2022 Physician Fee Schedule Final Rule

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has finalized 2022 payments and policies under the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS). The rule includes updates to payment rates for physicians and other healthcare professionals for calendar year (CY) 2022; expands the use of telehealth for mental health; clarifies policies related to split (shared) visits, critical […]
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CMS Holding Claims Until Medicare Sequester Decision

CMS is temporarily holding claims from providers in anticipation of legislation that will extend the suspension of the 2 percent Medicare sequester, according to a recent newsletter. The MLN Connects newsletter from March 30 stated that CMS has “instructed the Medicare Administrative Contractors (MACs) to hold all claims with dates of service on or after April […]
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