It’s time for someone to stand up for the patient accounting manager, supervisor, director, team leader,… whatever position you happen to occupy at this point, stand up and give yourself a pat on the back from me. If I could, I’d round all of you up and take you all out to lunch at a […]

If you’re a nurse or a trained technician that works in a hospital or clinic, and you’re getting tired or bored because of what you deal with on a daily basis, there’s an option you might want to think about considering. There are companies that are known as traveling nurses services that will contract with […]

One would think that I, being a health care finance consultant by profession, would know better. However, my learning a lesson I actually knew about becomes a teaching experience for you the next time you visit either your physician or the hospital for a procedure. PACAF via Compfight I needed to have some lab work […]

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. […]

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