Every Monday is another beginning, another change to say it’s time to look at all the “clutter” that’s patient accounting and clean some of it up. These are the types of thing that should probably occur throughout the year, but most people either don’t have the time or the reason for making some steps towards […]

Today is my 18th year in business. Considering that most statistics say 95% of small businesses shut down within 3-5 years, I consider myself lucky. It hasn’t always been easy, and the last two years have been extremely tough since I’m the primary caregiver for my mother, who lives with me and has dementia. Yet […]

At some point your life you’ll have to deal with a hospital bill. If you’re lucky it’ll be for an outpatient service like lab work or an x-ray instead of needing surgery or being an inpatient. steinchen via Pixabay Hopefully you’ll have insurance to take care of the bulk of the bill, no matter what […]

Today is the 14th year that I’ve been writing on this blog. Since I took a moment for myself for my 13th anniversary, I’ll bypass that for now because it’s a bit too ingratiating to do it two years in a row; at least that’s how I see it. Most of the time when I […]

Some years ago I had to “pull rank” on someone who was working in a physician’s billing office. Someone kept calling my mother and telling her that she had to contact an insurance carrier on the physician’s behalf because the insurance carrier was incorrectly paying on my mother’s account. The major problem was that Mom […]

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