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Learn Medical Billing Revenue Cycle Management

Learn Medical Billing Revenue Cycle Management

Learn core skills to contribute to your medical practice’s financial success by taking the Revenue Cycle Management class, at the Loudoun Campus of Northern Virginia Community College NVCC. Get real life teaching by an experienced instructor Manny Oliverez +Manny Oliverez is a 20 year veteran of healthcare having managed medical practices. He advises medical practices,…Continue Reading

Top 20 Most Popular Electronic Health Records EHRs

Top 20 Most Popular Electronic Health Records EHRs

Infograph of EMR/EHR Software Solutions Whether you call them Electronic Medical Records (EMR) or Electronic Health Records (EHR), these software solutions for digital patient records are a hot topic in doctors’ offices all around the country today. I came across this infographic listing the top 20 EMRs at Capterra.com. I found it interesting to see…Continue Reading

Yet Another Medicare Influenza Vaccine Q Code: Q2034 Agriflu

Yet Another Medicare Influenza Vaccine Q Code: Q2034 Agriflu

Medicare Flu Shot Code Q2034 In 2012 Medicare came out with another code Q code for billing the influenza vaccine. The code is Q2034 for the flu vaccine under the brand name Agriflu. The effective date of the new code is for claims with the date of service on or after July 1, 2012. Annual Part…Continue Reading

Q&A: Am I Just Dealing with a Coding Department that is Ignorant?

Q&A: Am I Just Dealing with a Coding Department that is Ignorant?

Medicare Patient Wonders if 99397 was Coded Correctly I received the following comment and questions from one of my readers, Mark. He is a Medicare patient who had a full routine physical exam from his physician. Mark asks if his doctor coded the physical properly with a 99397, which is not covered by Medicare, or…Continue Reading

Choose Your EHR Wisely: 5 Non-Technical Questions to Ask Your Vendor Now

Choose Your EHR Wisely: 5 Non-Technical Questions to Ask Your Vendor Now

Asking the Right Questions Make a Big Difference in Selecting an EHR When choosing an Electronic Health Record (EHR), my client practices often come to me asking what they should take into consideration . Of course you should pay attention to Manny Oliverez +Manny Oliverez is a 20 year veteran of healthcare having managed medical…Continue Reading

Should Medical Billing Companies be Afraid of EHRs?

Should Medical Billing Companies be Afraid of EHRs?

5 Steps to New Opportunities for Medical Billing Companies This is a guest post by my colleague Katie Matlack from Software Advice. In her post Katie writes about how medical billing companies are needed and best suited to help physicians with their Electronic Medical Records. Manny Oliverez +Manny Oliverez is a 20 year veteran of healthcare having managed…Continue Reading

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