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On The Front Lines of the Opioid Crisis
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.
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.
Challenges in Patient Payment
[Demo] Take Control of Your Revenue Cycle
6 Signs It's Time for a Billing Checkup
[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.
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.
Will physicians be burned by MACRA surprises?
MACRA is here and physicians and other providers eligible to bill Medicare should be collecting their data now, as it will impact their payments in 2019.
Value-based care: burden or benefit?
With the uncertain future of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), it’s hard to know which features of the program, if any, will be preserved.
[Demo] ABILITY | CHOICE® All-Payer Claims
Watch this video to see an easy-to-use all-payer claims application that can take your medical billing efficiency to the next level.
Industry relief and reactions to MACRA final rules
Physicians may be breathing a sigh of relief that CMS has issued final rules for MACRA. Reports and commentaries are flowing in from industry observers.
Medicare Advantage enrollees face challenges getting accurate network information
Data shows that Medicare Advantage provider directories are often inaccurate, leading to patient errors in determining Medicare Advantage eligibility.
Medicare to roll out coverage for diabetes prevention
Medicare will soon cover diabetes prevention programs for seniors with prediabetes. A pilot program showed savings of $2,650 for each participant.
Survey finds CIOs increasingly relying on SaaS
157 healthcare IT leaders said in a survey that healthcare SaaS options are helping them meet their challenges.
Patients with high deductibles skimping even on ‘free’ healthcare
As high-deductible plans become commonplace, confused patients may skip even wellness visits and screenings that cost them nothing.
Catching Insurance Changes
Insurers urge government to tighten rules for special enrollment
Insurers say abuse of special enrollment periods is driving up costs, and CMS has indicated that it will tighten rules for HealthCare.Gov policies.
Will “value to the patient” one day be a part of billing?
Payers are developing new models for value-based payments, but are these models taking patients' wishes into account?
Getting Started with ABILITY: Frequently Asked Questions