Archive for The Day of October 27th, 2005

Archive for the Day of October 27th, 2005

Welcome to the medical billing blog archive for the day of October 27th, 2005.

Here you will find links to every article added to the Outsource Management Group web site during October 27th, 2005.

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Hospital Discharge – A Commonly Misbilled Service

Medical Billing – A Commonly Misbilled Service Many people believe medical billing can be a pain, but in some instances correct medical billing can bring you additional money. A commonly missbilled service is the professional fee for a hospital discharge. There are many medical billing mistakes made with this service. People bill for the discharge when they are not supposed to, and then don’t bill when they are entitled reimbursement. Medical billing personnel also tend to bill an incorrect CPT code when they do bill for hospital discharge. This hospital discharge medical billing mess needs to get straightened out! First of all, many times physicians should not bill separately for

Avoid Medicare Investigations On Medical Billing

Avoid Medicare Investigations Over Your Medical Billing Sending in medical billing claims to any government organization can be nerve racking, especially when submitting to Medicare. Medicare will do an audit on your claims if you show suspicious charges or activity that does not match your FACP. There is one main thing you can do to prevent this medical billing audit: provide adequate records. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is very hesitant to pay more administrative costs then you claim on your FACP. This is one organization in which you will probably not make any profit. It is important that your FACP report closely matches the Medicare charges you

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