Just like almost all businesses large enough to have employees pay someone to audit their businesses, hospitals sometimes need to, or should have, someone come in to audit their receivables process. It can involve looking at the charge master or how charges are captured, or a host of other things. This article is specifically going […]

In last week’s article I mentioned that I’d be talking more about revenue codes this week. I touch upon revenue codes twice in a row because, though many people aren’t sure what it is, before I shut down my medical billing website, this was the largest area of concern for visitors and those with questions. […]

Every person who works with hospital bills know something about revenue codes. Many have at least a basic concept of what revenue codes are supposed to be; unfortunately that’s about as far as it goes. Scarier yet, some people have only heard the term. It would seem that it’s time someone addressed revenue codes in […]

Everyone has had to get a prescription drug at some point. Whether it’s first run or generic, the costs of pharmaceuticals are pretty high. Without insurance of some kind, at some point you’d never be able to afford the medication you need to take for your health. Many people lament the cost of these things; […]

I’ve written over 1,400 articles on this blog over the course of more than 14 years; next month it’ll be 15 years. Over the years, I’ve written in a lot of different categories, but over a third of the articles have been on leadership. My next highest concerns diversity; I’m always interested in talking about […]

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