eSolutions would like to wish everyone a happy holiday season the best way we know how, by helping you with your Medicare billing!
Payer denials, write-offs and claim rework can really hit a healthcare organization where it hurts the most – right in its bottom line.
Medical necessity is among the top-five reasons medical claims get denied, and those denials cost providers millions each year. In fact, medical necessity denials accounted for nearly 3 percent of all denials recorded in eSolutions’ TITAN performance insights tool, resulting in more than $8.9 billion in denied billed revenue since TITAN launched in 2011.
A practice management (PM) system is the glue that binds a healthcare provider practice. It’s the primary tool office staff count on for effective communication and streamlined coordination between patients, providers and systems. A PM system tracks many moving parts of your business, and your patients are counting on your office to run smoothly.
As CMS is expected to soon release a start date for Review Choice Demonstration for home health providers in Illinois, we're excited to announce the launch of our latest product. Our RCD product is an update to the Pre-Claim Review product from 2016 and is designed to assist home health agencies who choose pre-claim review to affirm their claims.
Denials can hit your healthcare organization where it hurts. According to MGMA, the average denial rate of a physician practice ranges from five to 10 percent. The median 350-bed hospital saw average write-offs from denials rise to $7 million in 2017.
As the healthcare industry changes certain things become outdated, and medical facilities are not immune to these changes. Ongoing medical research constantly unearths new and innovative ways to treat people. This leaves facilities, notably specialized facilities, unneeded and abandoned. Unfortunately, many of these establishments have tragic pasts, and some are even rumored to be haunted. This Halloween we’re telling the stories of 5 abandoned institutions that are sure to make your hair stand on end.