The company's sudden decision to shut down has sparked alarm among some doctors and medical groups that have relied on the company to handle their finances and business operations
It may be a challenge to institute any changes before 2020 but other parts of the proposed rule are more likely to take effect sooner
Paying doctors the same amount for the same services regardless of where those services are performed has long been a goal
Taking a page from the pharmaceutical industry's playbook with an opposite goal in mind: to reduce the use of prescription painkillers
The company has processed millions of dollars in claims, for everything from psychiatry to acupuncture to contact lenses
APIs are the not-so new big thing in the tech sphere and to make a headway into delivering top-notch quality care, it's high time we embraced them for a better tomorrow.
The reality of healthcare today is that the effort you apply on the front end of patient care is only as good as the attentiveness and accuracy that goes into your billing practices on the back end.
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There are three major types of jobs that staffing agencies help companies fill
Laws designed to equalize out-of-pocket costs faced by cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy - whether treated intravenously, with pills or liquid doses - are having mixed results, according to new research
Federal officials are exploring how beneficiaries could get a share of certain behind-the-scenes fees and discounts negotiated by insurers and PBMs
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