Poor Documentation: Why It Happens and How to Fix It
Health care organizations must ascertain the former and then execute the latter.
MACRA, MIPS — Slated to Make an M-pressive Impact
These acronyms are the latest to cause a stir in the health care industry.
Anyone involved with claim denials is anxiously awaiting word from the Senate on the Audit & Appeal Fairness, Integrity, and Reforms in Medicare Act.
A Solution Inside a Problem
A concept born in the early 1960s, the problem-oriented medical record provides a different view into a patient's history.
Clinical process measurement can lend valuable insights into why specific care episodes are lacking.
To match the industry itself, coder training is forever evolving, with new trends emerging this year and beyond.
Health care organizations and vendors that enter into joint agreements to develop software and other technology face a series of legal concerns about ownership.
In the coming months, auditors are likely to target eight specific areas for potential denials.
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By the Numbers
Get the lowdown on health care's facts and figures.