RMK HOLDINGS INC. specializes in fulfilling the resource gap after the medical claim is billed.

Top Methods to Avoid Claim Denials
Top Methods to Avoid Claim Denials

The information below suggests reasons for and ways to avoid crippling your cash flow by effectively managing claim denials. The most common six reasons are:

How Many Opportunities Are Passing You to Collect?
How Many Opportunities Are Passing You to Collect?

Insured patient costs have increased 256 percent between 2004 and 2014 according to a survey in 2016 by The Henry J. Kaiser Foundation. Assist your patients and team to quickly obtain payment and successfully close accounts while boosting patient satisfaction and overall experience.

Do You Have a Claim Rejection or Denial?
Do You Have a Claim Rejection or Denial?

A huge threat to receiving timely healthcare reimbursements are the dreaded claim rejections and claim denials. In addition, these are two phrases often used interchangeably in healthcare billing circles that shouldn't be because they hold two different meanings. Understand the difference and adjust your workflow to reduce double work.

How to Better Meet Patient Payment Expectations
How to Better Meet Patient Payment Expectations

Some sobering numbers surfaced from a 2016 Black Book Market research survey. They surveyed 2,000 independent physicians and 200 hospital-based physicians. The results suggested that 90% or nine in ten small, independent practices are financially and technically challenged to implement value-driven care for patients.

Remote Patient Monitoring Reimbursement Requirements
Remote Patient Monitoring Reimbursement Requirements

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) decided to reimburse providers as a monthly fee for remote patient monitoring (RPM) billed under CPT code 99091. The services are defined as

Update on Allowable HIPAA Disclosure
Update on Allowable HIPAA Disclosure

A HIPAA guidance release in January notes that providers can share information with the loved ones of patients even if they are not seen as relatives under current laws. An accompanying FAQ elaborated on the update stating that it is generally permissible to allow disclosures to a loved one not married to the patient or other recognized relatives. In these cases, the same circumstances and conditions apply if the individual was a spouse.

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