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Join ABILITY at MGMA!
ABILITY will exhibit at the MGMA 2017 Annual Conference in Anaheim, California, Oct. 8-11. Visit booth 425 to see an ABILITY application demo!
Healthcare's Top Billing Time-Wasters
7 Reasons to Bring Billing Back In House
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Provider Directories: Helpful or a Hassle?
[Infographic] 5 must-knows about payer coverage of opioid addiction treatment
Read this infographic to see what primary care providers should know about coverage of treatment for opioid addiction.
Decoding Denials: Where Is Your Weak Link?
[Infographic] 8 signs your patient may be misusing opioids
MACRA Reprieve for More Than 800,000 Physicians
More than 800,000 physicians are being relieved of MACRA reporting responsibilities for 2017. They are now receiving letters notifying them of their status.
Challenges in Patient Payment
On The Front Lines of the Opioid Crisis
4 Barriers to Addressing the Expanding Opioid Crisis
Opioids have been in the news as funds are pledged to address the crisis and revelations about the death of Prince unfold. Progress is underway, but slowly.
[Demo] Take Control of Your Revenue Cycle
6 Signs It's Time for a Billing Checkup
5 Balance Billing Traps Your Practice Must Avoid
Catching Insurance Changes
[Demo] Improve your all-payer eligibility workflow
Healthcare providers: learn how to get faster, more accurate all-payer eligibility verification and management with an easy-to-use application from ABILITY in this 30-minute video.
[Infographic] Eligibility Checks: The Hard Way or the Easy Way?
Do you verify patients’ insurance on payer websites? Check out this infographic to see the streamlined workflow of insurance checking software.
Two groups could give telehealth the traction it needs
Telehealth is making inroads but its larger promise still seems far off. Veterans and Baby Boomers could change all of that.
Value-based care: burden or benefit?