The support staff and reporting capabilities have helped our office run more efficiently. Thank you for the customer service and personal attention our office has received from TriZetto.
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Just seven months remain before the new Medicare physician payment systems go into effect. On April 27, the federal government released the proposed final version of MIPS, one of the new systems. Here’s what you need to know now.
Let the old saying, “we all make mistakes,” be your guiding principal for monitoring the money coming in from third-party payers. As remittances are received from payers, your duty is to verify that the information is correct. Sounds like a simple task, but there are several crucial steps to achieving consistent success in recognizing and remediating less-than-expected – underprofile – payments.
With continually changing industry regulations, it becomes more difficult for providers to stay adequately informed. To help your practice adjust to the new Medicare reporting regulations, we’ve gathered articles from a variety of industry experts who help explain how the rule may impact you and what you want to know.
Times are changing. A greater number of patients are covered by health insurance than ever before and many don’t understand their health plans. Patient financial responsibility has increased and practice revenue is now more dependent on patient payments. Learn how your practice can navigate skyrocketing patient financial responsibility in this recorded webinar hosted by TriZetto Provider Solutions and Betsy Nicoletti.
In February, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released new rules regarding overpayments. Historically, overpayments – often referred to as “credits” in the business office – have been identified and addressed at the practice’s own volition. CMS’ Final Rule removes any latitude you may have relied upon in the past, requiring Medicare overpayments to be returned no later than 60 days after being identified.
With the impending Medicare transition to value-based care, required quality reporting and continued trend of mergers, every office manager should be prepared to lead their organizations into the future. This recorded session, hosted by TriZetto Provider Solutions and led by industry guru Jennifer Searfoss, covers new realities that medical offices large and small should know in 2016.
We help physicians, hospitals and health systems simplify business processes and get accurate payments quickly. We will always look for new ways to help you improve revenue and increase cash flow. We will stay ahead of regulatory changes so your office will never struggle to keep up. All so you can focus on the one thing that really matters: doing what is best for your patients.
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