Topic: Billing and Coding
Two big healthcare names are in the news this week for reported layoffs, including one case where call center jobs would be outsourced to India.
MGMA's Rober Tennant explains why CMS guidance on virtual credit card reimbursement is so important after the agency drops FAQs from its site.
Financial experts are warning practices about the pitfalls of promoting medical credit cards to their patients.
Four California hospitals want to reduce the amount of free and discounted care they’re required to provide.
A Florida District Court judge dismissed a lawsuit against Epic alleging the software vendor's billing system overbilled Medicare and Medicaid.
A medical emergency turned into a financial nightmare for one man who received a bill for $17K from the plastic surgeon.
A group of physicians seeks solutions for narrow networks, surprise medical bills and balance billing headaches.
The settlement resolves allegations filed in a 2016 lawsuit by a former employee, who said Scripps ignored her complaints.
Top-ranked hospitals don't always earn the same praise from patients, according to a new analysis.
Some doctors are still billing Medicare for the most expensive office visits most of the time, according to one analysis.