Archive for The Day of March 8th, 2006

Archive for the Day of March 8th, 2006

Welcome to the medical billing blog archive for the day of March 8th, 2006.

Here you will find links to every article added to the Outsource Management Group web site during March 8th, 2006.

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Rehab Services Turn to Free Clinic Medical Billing

Rehab Services Turn to Free Clinic Medical Billing North Carolina is seeing a switch over to free clinic medical billing. Health insurance is on the rise in America. Although health insurance costs may be rising, that does not mean salaries are rising in a parallel fashion. More and more Americans are turning towards free clinics for medical care. In future years we may see more free rehab services popping up on the medical billing scene. The Associated Press online estimates that there are 46 million Americans uninsured today. That would explain why there are over 2000 free clinics in the country. Together, these clinics service over $3 billion in eligible

Foreign Body Removal Medical Billing: Take 1

Foreign Body Removal Medical Billing: Take 1 Performing medical billing for foreign body removal can bring up many questions. A common location to remove a foreign body is from the eye. A common medical billing question is whether or not the instrument dictates which code should be used when removing of foreign body from the cornea or conjunctiva. The quick answer to this medical billing question is: sometimes. Most of the time, instrumentation is not the most important element of foreign body removal coding. For example, when dealing with conjunctival foreign bodies, it is appropriate to use the medical billing CPT code 65205 (Removal of foreign body, external eye; conjunctival

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