Oncology billing and coding refers to the process of assigning the appropriate medical codes to the procedures and services provided to cancer patients, and submitting claims for reimbursement to insurance companies or government programs such as Medicare and Medicaid.
Oncology in-house billing refers to the process of billing and collecting payment for oncology services provided by a healthcare facility within the facility itself, rather than outsourcing the billing process to a third-party billing company.
In this article, we shared basic tips on collecting deductibles from patients. These tips would be helpful to you immediately as a new year is about to start and deductibles get rest from 1st Jan every year.
In this article, we discussed this time-based evaluation and management (E/M) billing overhaul, focussing on time calculation.
Improving the medical billing department is crucial for the success of any healthcare facility. Efficient medical billing department not only ensures smooth day-to-day operations but also ensures financial sustainability in long term.
Category G89 includes codes for acute pain, chronic pain, and neoplasm-related pain, as well as codes for two pain syndromes.
Bariatric surgery procedures are performed to treat comorbid conditions associated with morbid obesity.
Every insurance company has its unique guidelines for preauthorization for DME, still, in this article, we shared the basics of preauthorization for general understanding purposes.
Anesthesia services include, but are not limited to, pre-operative evaluation of the patient, administration of anesthetic, other medications, blood, and fluids, monitoring of physiological parameters, and other supportive services.
In this article, we will discuss how outsourcing can help overcoming revenue cycle hurdles.