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A Short Glimpse to understand Dermatology Medical Billing and Coding

With constantly evolving technologies and sophisticated diagnostic standards, only experienced professionals can manage Cardiology Medical Billing. Here is the list of common procedure codes employed usually for Dermatology Medical Billing and coding.

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Urology Medical Billing - An Ultimate Guide

Urology medical billing and coding services involve billing and coding for all diagnoses & treatments provided to correct the urinary system's dysfunctions

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MIPS Reporting for the Performance year 2022

Stay current and start 2022 with the tools you need for a successful 2022 MIPS reporting performance year. Our NEO MD CMS Certified Registry and  MIPS consultants work with various practices to help you provide and report on the best quality of care measures.

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What is MIPS 2022 and MIPS Reporting

The MIPS is a Merit-based incentive payment system established by the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA). It came into effect on January 1, 2017. It is a major catalyst toward transforming the healthcare industry for the year 2022 from fee-for-service to pay-for-value.

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MACRA & Role of MIPS Consultant

The Affordable Care Act (MACRA) has required healthcare organizations to participate in the MIPS and Alternative Payment Model programs. These programs have been designed to ensure better care, coordination, and lower costs. But because these regulations are constantly changing, many changes can affect your practice.

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2022 MIPS Guide - Merit Based Incentive Payment System

The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) established the Medicare Quality Payment Program (QPP) to reward good value and low-cost treatment. As per 2022 MIPS guide Eligible clinicians choose one of two payment tracks annually:  Merit Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Advance alternate payment model (APM). 

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HRSA April 4th, 2022 Update

More than 59 million Americans with Medicare Part B, including those enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan, now have free access to Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved, authorized, or cleared over-the-counter COVID-19 tests, according to the Biden-Harris Administration. For the period of COVID-19 public health emergency, people with Medicare can access up to eight tests per calendar month from participating pharmacies and healthcare providers.