Topic: Billing and Coding
Health leaders are calling on CMS to expand reimbursement for remote monitoring services, plus more physician practice news from around the web.
More than 25 people were arrested outside Alex Azar's home on Sunday, plus more healthcare headlines from around the web.
Nearly 50 organizations say new AMA-approved CPT codes for remote monitoring will improve care for patients with chronic conditions.
Spending on emergency care has nearly doubled while utilization has remained flat over the past several years, according to a new report.
When a Mississippi couple opened an independent practice five years ago, they came close to bankruptcy. Find out how they turned it around.
While physician practices can complain about a health plan’s failure to comply with requirements, CMS has yet to issue a single enforcement fine.
Half of primary care doctors are unaware of a Medicare program that will reimburse them for services for patients with multiple chronic conditions.
The nation's largest public system claims UnitedHealthcare improperly denied $11.5 million in claims, mostly tied to emergency department visits.
Aetna is suing two Texas laboratories, alleging the labs engaged in an elaborate scheme in which they used hospitals as "pass-through" billers.
A class-action lawsuit filed last week accuses Cigna of colluding with an administrative claims vendor in a cost-shifting scheme to overcharge members.