If you own an anesthesia practice, you are likely interested in learning more about QBI and how it can save you money. We’re here to help explain.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has made its final base unit value decisions for anesthesia codes for 2018.
Diversified Professionals, Inc. is pleased to announce Larry G. Hornsby, CRNA, as Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer. Hornsby brings 30 years of experience specific to the industry of anesthesia management.
Anesthesia billing has many unique facets that make it different from other medical specialty billing. One unique element is the use of modifiers. . .
One of the most important things an owner in a company can influence and control is the organizational process of hiring people. There is no question that everyone wants to make the perfect hire. However, …
Changes in healthcare billing, reporting, and documentation that have been implemented recently are well-known now among clinicians and revenue cycle management…
Even among anesthesia providers, discontinuous time as it relates to anesthesia billing is not clearly understood.
As patient deductibles increase and value-based reimbursement programs become more prevalent, it is important to understand the complexities behind the cost of anesthesia services.
If you are a healthcare provider and have not yet familiarized yourself with the meaning of these acronyms, this article will provide a basic overview and also give direction on how to implement these systems in 2017.
Anesthesia is one of the most important and vital services a hospital or surgical center provides to its patients and clients. While the actual service of providing anesthesia may seem simple, the business of anesthesia is unique and complex.
For many years, the defined start and end times an anesthesia provider can bill for have been set, yet many anesthesiologists and nurse anesthetists still experience confusion on this important aspect of billing. Granted, the rules are not exactly black and white, but…
Becker’s Hospital Review published a comprehensive review of the correct procedures for billing and coding for post-operative pain management techniques in anesthesia, and we find their article incredibly informative. The author clearly outlines the essential considerations in proper coding for most third party payers, and we hope you’ll give it a read.