How to decode confusing EOBs — the simple way

When you switch to electronic fund transfers and stop receiving paper checks, you can choose to receive an electronic Explanation of Benefits (EOB) instead of paper. And as I’m sure you have experienced with some carriers, we don’t even get the opportunity to choose. Those of us in the healthcare world would like to believe…

How EFTs save you time, money, and headaches

Electronic Fund Transfers (EFTs,) also known as ACH or direct deposit, are a great way to save time and money. When a practice uses EFTs, they’re paid faster. Their staff works less on billing.  And there are fewer headaches for everyone involved. So why aren’t more practices using them? Many providers who aren’t using EFTs…

Paper or Plastic? – Your Insurance Payments

The age old question of your friendly neighborhood grocer, “Paper or Plastic?”, is now all the buzz in the world of insurance payments. In recent years, technology has taken healthcare by storm and now insurance payments are at the forefront of the conversation. Now is the time for you to consider the transition to the…

Automation Nation! Celebrating the Perks of the E-Healthcare…

As a part of the Affordable Care Act, affectionately referred to as Obamacare, and HIPAA there are Administrative Simplification Compliance Provisions that have revolutionized healthcare. These provisions outline expectations for items such as ICD-10 readiness, improved functionality of electronic eligibility and claims status as well as implementation of standardized Electronic Fund Transfers (EFTs) and Electronic Remittance Advices (ERAs).  As a…

Insurance Credentialing – Overcoming the Paperwork Nightmare

  Insurance credentialing is one of our most frequently requested a la carte services. Often new practitioners come to us with the fear of the unknowns of navigating the insurance world but the desire to enter networks as participating provider. Years ago, the world of insurance credentialing was an absolute paperwork nightmare with countless pages…

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