PCI Compliance and Your Emergency Medicine Group – Everything You Need To Know
Learn what it means for your ED to stay PCI compliant, the consequences if you don’t, and the easiest solution to ensure everyone wins.
Emergency Medicine Revenue Cycle
Since the start of Emergency Medince, there has been a marked growth in the specialty itself along with the technology and equipment used to support it. The benefits associated with this increased efficiency far outweigh the negatives, but the fact remains that there are still some downfalls.
What do the Biggest MIPS 2019 Changes Mean for Your Strategies?
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released their final changes to the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) for Year 3 of the QPP. Our white paper helps you and your emergency medical practice navigate and gain important understanding of these new rules.
The Essential Emergency Medicine Guide To The MIPS 2018 Final Rule
We will compare the requirements between 2017 and 2018, explore the advantages of Registry Reporting vs. Claims Based Reporting and identify Improvement Activities which may apply to Emergency Medicine.
About to start a medical practice? Here are the 6 steps to success
Are you and your fellow emergency department physicians looking to take the next step by starting your own independent democratic ED practice? Download this whitepaper to get all the steps that will ensure your success as you go out on your own.
Balance Billing in Florida (hb 221) what does it mean for your collections?
Emergency Medicine groups are now facing the potentially damaging effects of Balance Billing on their practice. Learn the three most effective strategies to simplify your collections process and be proactive about the changes that come with balance billing.
The 14 questions you must include in and emergency medicine billing rfp
When it comes to Emergency Medicine Practices, if you’re not asking the right questions, the answers you receive may have little to no consequence and can lead to an unfavorable and potentially hostile business partnership.