Supporting Your Telemedicine Needs

 

Providers experienced an unprecedented amount of telemedicine claims within the last few months and we’ve received many questions from our partners along the way.

 

Am I securing the revenue I’m owed?
Does my patient’s coverage include telemedicine services?
How will increased virtual visits affect my operations for
the remainder of the year?

 

With products capable of accepting unique claims, insight directly from payers and customer service teams ready to answer your concerns, we are here to help your practice manage its telemedicine claims every step of the way. Explore our webinars, whitepapers and statistics that will give you the knowledge you need to secure optimal telemedicine reimbursement.

 
 
 
 
Credentialing,
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According to a recent survey, 70 percent of healthcare professionals believe that credentialing is a focus for their organization, even in the current environment. Does this sound like your practice? Pulse, a secure HIPAA-compliant portal, can help by providing an intuitive workflow and automated data repository to keep tasks and documents from falling through the cracks. Discover how this tool, combined with our industry expertise, can help you easily conquer every step of the payer enrollment process.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT
Easily Determine Coverage with Insurance Eligibility Discovery
 
As in-office appointments begin to resume and telemedicine service continue, more patients than before may be confused about their insurance and exactly what it covers. What can a practice do to prepare for patients that may have questions about
their coverage? Avoid uncertainty with Insurance Eligibility Discovery. 
 
 
 
 

July Webinar

 
 
 

TITLE
The Longest Lead Time:
Government Payer Credentialing

SPEAKER
Kellie Edwards of Physicians’ Ally

DATE
July 22, 2020
  


 
 
 
TPS by the Numbers

 
 
 
 
CLIENT SPOTLIGHT:
How NOMS Healthcare is Keeping Patients Safe
 
At NOMS Healthcare, it’s all about taking proactive measures. Like many healthcare organizations, NOMS had to adjust quickly to the COVID-19 pandemic. To protect their patients, providers and staff, the organization took action immediately by installing clear acrylic panels at check-in and re-configuring waiting rooms to provide adequate patient separation. They also implemented digital appointment services in less than 48 hours, going from zero telemedicine visits to more than 1,000 in the first week!

These adjustments are an example of an organization taking swift action to ensure safety. How has your practice or its providers gone above and beyond for patients? If you have a story you would like to highlight, please share for a chance to be featured in our next newsletter.

Headquartered in Sandusky, Ohio, NOMS (Northern Ohio Medical Specialists) Healthcare
employs more than 250 providers across Ohio and Pennsylvania.