Physician practices are taking a significant hit due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which continues to have a major impact on operations, patient care, and business finances. Amid all of this, laws and regulations are changing daily, and sometimes hourly, to meet the challenges.
Each day of the COVID-19 pandemic brings new changes and challenges that can significantly affect your practice. Our healthcare community continues to communicate with us about what is needed to financially keep your business afloat.
Conventus has received many questions about telemedicine, billing, employee issues, and business relief assistance.
Physician practices are experiencing unprecedented challenges in meeting patient care needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Conventus and Capehart Scatchard are committed to helping physicians navigate these difficult times.
To run your practice more efficiently you need DATA! Listen to this expert LIVE who will teach practice managers to use Microsoft Excel’s special features to better manage and improve the practice’s revenue.
On June 1, 2018, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed the “Out of Network Consumer Protection, Transparency, Cost Containment and Accountability Act,” A2039 into law (“The Act”).
Coding and documentation continues to be a challenge or all practices. How should the provider code to get paid what he/she deserves while still complying with billing and coding requirements?
Billing Audits have drastically increased for all physician specialties and settlement demands to reimburse insurers can be in the MILLIONS. These audits challenge the survival of all practices.
91% of all healthcare organizations reported at least one data breach over the last two years. With medical practices a main target, it’s critical for your practice to have IT security measures and a disaster plan in place.
The new Quality Payment Program framework, Merit-based Incentive Payment Systems (MIPS) and Advanced Alternative Payment Models (APMs), is quickly moving physician payments from volume to value.