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The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services just released this weeks MLN Connects Provider News and there is a LOT of information to check out whether you are a participating or non-participating provider, medical coder/ biller or staff member working … Continue reading
** Does your AR report show numerous accounts over 60 days remaining unpaid? ** Is your staff overwhelmed and not able to keep up with reviewing outstanding claims? ** Do you need assistance with reviewing and appealing carrier denials and … Continue reading
Well, October 1, 2014 has come and gone and most of us have successfully made the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10. Sure, there have been bumps along the way and new challenges seem to pop up every now and then … Continue reading
IMPROVE YOUR DOCUMENTATION AND READ THE ICD-10 GUIDELINES. That really is the key to surviving the transition from ICD-9 to ICD-10. This process does not involve learning a new way to actually code – you follow the same steps as … Continue reading
URGENT MESSAGE RECEIVED FROM AHIMA! I’d like to share the following information for everyone who knows #ICD10Matters. Ms. Margarita Valdez is asking for everyone’s help in reaching out and spreading important #ICD10Facts. This is a reminder that tomorrow, February 11th … Continue reading
This blog is for anyone who works with medical records and wants to be part of an open-discussion environment. Everyone who works in healthcare is either responsible for the entries made or the use of that record in some way. … Continue reading
Coder – HIM Professional – Mom of 6 I’m all of the above and more! I’ve thought about doing this for such a long time and now that I’m doing it I’m nervous! What will people think? Did I pick … Continue reading