By | Published August 13th, 2018 - Last Review/Update September 24th, 2018
Incident-to services allow non-physician practitioners (NPPs) such as nurse practitioners and physician assistants to bill under a supervising physician if they perform services that are incidental to a physician-created plan of care. Incident-to billing offers two key benefits: First, the physician is reimbursed at 100% of the contracted rate with...
The following information is from BC Advantage. As of Dec 31, 2017, Acumen EHR v8.0 achieved Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC-Health IT) 2015 edition certification! What's a 2015 CEHRT?A CEHRT (Certified EHR Technology) is defined by CMS specifically for their incentive payment programs such as...
By ChiroCode | Published September 25th, 2017 - Last Review/Update February 5th, 2019
MIPS is a program that allows Medicare to collect data from providers about high quality low cost care that uses technology effectively. There are four categories and providers need to learn about the available measures so that they can pick the ones that make them look the best.
By Brandy Brimhall, CPC CPCO CMCO CPMA QCC | Published August 24th, 2017 - Last Review/Update February 5th, 2019
We have one doctor in our practice who qualifies under the MIPS guidelines so he is continuing to use the PQRS and G-codes. We are having the rest of our doctors do the same, just in case, and because it is good practice, but is that completely unnecessary and can it possibly do us more harm than good?
By ChiroCode | Published September 22nd, 2016 - Last Review/Update March 5th, 2019
We're flying through the last quarter of 2016! Before we know it, we'll be ringing in the new year, so we'd better be ready!
As always, there are end of the year things that we must be sure to complete so as to best prepare for the future and protect ...