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10 Steps to Success in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Revenue Cycle Management

2013-03-13T02:16:16+00:00

Because plastic and reconstructive surgery is among the most complicated medical specialties when it comes to your patients' personalized billing and authorization needs, it’s also one of the most challenging to obtain maximum coverage and reimbursement from insurance companies. Like your specialization, your plastic and reconstructive surgery medical coding, billing and collections needs to be both art and science to be successful. The AAPC provides six steps that revenue cycle management processes should include to ensure financial success: 1. Maintain productivity 2. Capture all charges 3. Verify clean information is being sent the first time (demographics, ins, coding, etc.) 4. Effective [...]

10 Steps to Success in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Revenue Cycle Management2013-03-13T02:16:16+00:00

Recent Changes in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Revenue Cycle Management include Chart Auditing Standards

2013-01-08T00:16:06+00:00

Has your plastic and reconstructive surgery practice fully transitioned to SSAE 16? Developed in 2011 by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), this new auditing standard replaces SAS 70 to keep pace with the growing acceptance of international accounting standards. It's essential that your plastic and reconstructive surgery practice's medical coding, billing and collections process reflect the new standard. And it's critical your provider complete the SSAE 16 audit that cements their expertise in this area. The quality of care provided by any plastic and reconstructive surgery practice is based on the accurate and complete clinical documentation of medical [...]

Recent Changes in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Revenue Cycle Management include Chart Auditing Standards2013-01-08T00:16:06+00:00

ACA brings change to virtually every aspect of the Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery revenue cycle management.

2012-12-15T21:21:07+00:00

With most of the ACA kept intact by the Supreme Court's June 28, 2012 decision, providers can begin to assess and prepare for the ACA's effect on Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery revenue cycle management. The ACA invites new challenges and opportunities that will affect your Plastic Reconstructive Surgery revenue cycle management including: Increase of new patients and data: Providers are likely to see an unparalleled increase in demand once coverage for the uninsured begins in 2014. Revenue cycle management will have to keep track of and analyze a plethora of new information such as: Medicaid and private insurance, eligibility for Medicare, medical outcomes, [...]

ACA brings change to virtually every aspect of the Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery revenue cycle management.2012-12-15T21:21:07+00:00

Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery Revenue Cycle Management Regs Require a New Look in 2013

2012-11-16T16:41:18+00:00

The Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery profession is continuing to experience growth in the market. Your revenue should reflect the full extent of all your hard work to build a successful Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery practice. As 2012 draws to a close, it's time to look ahead to 2013 and new compliance regulations that will impact your Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery revenue cycle management. Yet, understanding the new world of ever changing regulations in compliance and all the complexities of your Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery medical coding, billing and collections can become a job in and of itself. Preparations include creating or updating your Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery practice compliance plan to [...]

Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery Revenue Cycle Management Regs Require a New Look in 20132012-11-16T16:41:18+00:00