It’s hard to believe it is already flu shot season! If you haven’t already, please let us know which flu shots you’re injecting so we can update your superbills accordingly. The simplest way to do this is to just email a picture of your flu shot box to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We don’t want to make light of the extreme issues we experienced today, however, when everything goes wrong, the only things left to do are apologize and press on with a smile. We are truly sorry for inflicting this extreme pain on you today. Over the past few months, we’ve made a significant ($50,000+) investment… Continue Reading
We are excited to announce that you can now ePrescribe Controlled Substances through Claimpower! Enabling this in your account requires some setup. It will take roughly thirty minutes of a doctor’s time to complete the identity proofing and to register for the necessary two-factor authentication. EPCS costs $150/ provider / year in addition to the… Continue Reading
So, please don’t bill a screening or a counseling code with a preventative medicine code for UHC Community Plan. You will have to do it again on a different date of service to get paid for it. Specifically, this includes both initial and periodic preventative medicine evaluation codes (99381-99387, 99391-99397) The screening services that would… Continue Reading
We made a new patient queue! We will be rolling it out over the next week. We think it’ll make your life much better and save you lots of clicks. You can now access many parts of the EMR straight from the queue. We welcome your feedback.
To help you better track what information we need from your office to process your claims, we have made a few updates to the missing information report. Weekly Emails We will now be sending weekly emails that tell you the sum of the charge amount of claims on hold due to missing information and states… Continue Reading
Every patient should have an advance directive on file. Asking a patient about their advance directive is a service that can be billed up to twice a year and pays $80. Obviously, you should put some thought into how you approach the conversation about advance directives with a patient as death can be a sensitive topic…. Continue Reading
Primary Care Providers- is your front desk regularly doing eligibility checks for your patients? If not, your practice could be incurring thousands of dollars of easily avoidable denials each month. For example, NJ Horizon Health will not pay you if you are not selected as the patient’s PCP. You should always check a patient’s PCP… Continue Reading
We now have Advance Directives available in our EHR. Please let us know if you would like them enabled for your practice. Every patient should have an Advance Directive on file. This is a billable code that pays about $80. This service can be performed by a physician or another qualified health professional. There are… Continue Reading
Did you know that you can be fined up to $50,000 per occurrence of Protected Health Information (PHI) being shared via text message or email? We have made a few changes to our system to help ensure compliance. 1. We have added a secure file exchange to our system. Whenever you are expecting a file… Continue Reading