Wednesday December 4, 2013
Ready or not, some important changes are coming in 2014 that will have an impact on the medical office. As we all know, the health and medical industry is constantly changing and providers best way to maintain stability through these times is to anticipate these changes before they occur.
While that is what is hoped for, it is not always practical. But wherever and whenever information is provided in advance of a change, it is the responsibility of the medical office to assess, analyze and implement positive changes to protect the interest of the entire organization.
So, are you ready? Here are 5 changes the medical office can expect in 2014.
Tuesday December 3, 2013
The end of the year is always a hectic time for any organization especially because of the holidays. As the year 2013 is coming to an end, it is important to remember that it's not just about the holidays.
There are several things that the medical office must do to prepare for the New Year and creating an end of year checklist can help to organize and prioritize these tasks. Do you have an end of year checklist? Share at least five items on your checklist in the Medical Office forum
Friday November 29, 2013
While many believe that the ACA (Affordable Care Act) is a burden, there are some benefits that the medical office will receive. The idea behind ACA and health care reform
is to lower the financial burden on the entire healthcare industry - patients, physicians, hospitals, and insurers.
More than 32 million uninsured patients will have more access to affordable health coverage options lowering the burden of uncompensated care for physicians, hospitals and others in the health care system. More people with insurance coverage means more insurance reimbursement for the medical office. Here are 5 ways ACA will increase reimbursement for the medical office.
Thursday November 28, 2013
I would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. I wish you and your family a safe and enjoyable holiday as you travel and shop. This year I am so grateful for my family, friends and career. I want to especially express how grateful I am for my readers. I love hearing from you - your questions and feedback. You inspire me to continue to provide the best content to help you improve your Medical Office. As always, please feel free to contact me with your questions or comments at email@example.com.