Archive for The Month of November, 2004

Archive for the Month of November, 2004

Welcome to the medical billing blog archive for the month of November, 2004.

Here you will find links to every article added to the Outsource Management Group web site during the month of November, 2004.

You can browse this month's archives by clicking the "More" button from any of the excerpts below.

New Online Based Consulting Services

We at Outsource Management Group, LLC are happy to announce that we have added an online consulting service to our professional services to assist medical billing and coding colleagues, as well as physician’s who have there own in-house billing staff with tough billing, coding, compliance and management questions. Have you ever had trouble finding the correct code for your claim? Have you seen an increase in denied claims? Have you had trouble filling out your claim forms properly? Have you ever had trouble finding the correct modifier to use? Have you ever had any HIPAA concerns or issues? Do you need assistance with the correct usage of CPT, ICD9 or

By: Corporate - Public and Client Relations
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Happy Thanksgiving from OMG!

HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL!! Happy Thanksgiving to all of you from the staff of Outsource Management Group, LLC. We sincerely hope that you have a safe and happy holiday season.

By: Corporate - Public and Client Relations
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OMG Moves Into It’s New 1200 Sq. Ft Location on 17th Street

Medical Billing Firm Moves Into New Location and Unveils New Website After Growing 200% in the First Year. Outsource Management Group is an industry leading medical billing & medical coding outsourcing company providing physicians with complete practice management solutions nationwide.The release of the new website and medical billing blog are indicative of Outsource Management Group’s commitment to being a leader in the industry by providing the best possible service and latest information and news. Outsource Management Group, LLC was born in early 2003 in a small home office but soon outgrew that office requiring the move to its current, much larger facility. Since moving into the current facility, Outsource Management

By: Corporate - Public and Client Relations
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OMG and Overseas Billing Outsourcing!

I thought this deserved at the very least, a small mention here. We receive emails and phone calls almost daily trying to get us to outsource our billing to some company overseas. It is getting so bad that it seems to me that everyone in India must be sitting in a room somewhere putting data into a computer for probably a very minimal income, while the owners of such companies get rich. I also feel it should be mentioned that we have taken a number of clients who have some serious dissatisfaction with american companies who do outsource overseas. They mentioned complaints of no payment, slow payment and more. My

By: Melissa Clark, CCS-P, RT - CEO
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Medical Billing Software, Where To Start?

Have you performed a search lately for medical billing software on Google? It brings up approximately 1.2 million results, now mind you, alot of these sites have nothing to do with medical billing software, and alot of those that do sell the same software. I have no idea how many different types of medical billing software there are, nor do I care because there are only a couple of applications that I would recommend anyway. Those being Medisoft and Medical Manager. These 2 medical billing software applications perform essentially the same functions but with their own flare and various added features, however the prices vary quite a bit depending upon

By: Melissa Clark, CCS-P, RT - CEO
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Medical Billing Opportunities

Before you pay for a medical billing at-home business opportunity, please read this. If you are looking for a home-based job using your computer, advertisements for medical billing may be appealing. These ads appear on the Internet and in the classified sections of local newspapers. They often claim that you can make as much as $20,000 to $45,000 a year working from home full – or part-time – no experience required. The Better Business Bureau warns consumers to be careful. By responding to such ads you may be asked to pay hundreds or thousands of dollars for software and other materials. Complaints to the BBB about medical billing opportunities allege

By: Melissa Clark, CCS-P, RT - CEO
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