August is the official month of observance for National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM). With COVID-19 continuing to spike in many places throughout the United States, it is now more important than ever that we educate ourselves and spread awareness about the benefits of vaccinations, which is the exact intention behind NIAM.
Every healthcare provider knows that the reimbursement process is often lengthy and that there are significant areas for potential loss due to inaccurate filing, premature charge capture or inefficient claims denial management. To counter these challenges, practicing important revenue cycle management (RCM) strategies is essential - click here to learn more about healthcare billing tactics. With an effective approach, you can easily manage all or parts of your billing, beginning with scheduling the initial appointment and concluding with the balance being fully paid.
Quality healthcare is generally high on everyone's priority list, but patients may need to engage with multiple clinicians, including a primary care provider and several specialists. If providers don't proactively share information and coordinate treatments, individuals may not receive the proper care they need - leading to diminished outcomes or poor patient experiences. However, your practice can implement proven solutions that support a collaborative care approach.
While front desk staff and office managers work to ensure that operations run smoothly, the team of therapists, clinicians or doctors at any practice is meant to help optimize the delivery of care as well as gain more clinical efficiencies. In order to do this, providers should implement software solutions that empower seamless collaboration, enable high level automation in addition to enhance engagement, reporting, billing and more. That's why understanding typical processes, identifying bottlenecks and clarifying key features to seek in operational support solutions is critical for any practice looking to implement or upgrade its technology. Click here to learn more about how to effectively switch software.
Our latest press release from CISION PRNewswire covers how our low-code/no code software enables specialty healthcare practices with tools built for their unique needs! "TEMECULA, Calif., Aug. 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Raintree Systems, the premier Low Code/No Code software solutions provider for the healthcare Industry, offers scalable, flexible, functional, and cost-effective alternatives to "one-size-fits-all" software platforms that often create more problems than they solve." - CISION
Delivering care to young children differs greatly from treating adult patients, which means pediatric practices have unique operational requirements that are best streamlined with specific technology-enabled solutions. Instead of opting for a software tailored to adult therapy, pediatric clinics need a system with specialty specific documentation, interactive engagement and configurable practice management tools that ensure proper storage of electronic medical records (EMR) (i.e. immunization cards, family medical history etc.) as well as adequate reporting capabilities. Also, pediatric therapists should adopt a billing software that includes a pediatric format for notes along with goal banks, assessment content and standardized test data relevant to the population they serve.
Based in Schulenberg, TX, Beyond Therapy is an enthusiastic private practice that offers speech-language pathology, physical therapy, occupational therapy as well as supplemental services for both pediatric and adult clientele. Beyond Therapy is owned and operated by a team of passionate therapists with a shared mission to help others and support their healthy local community.
Ever ask yourself, “What should I do if a patient hasn’t met their deductible yet?” Believe it or not - this is a commonly asked question among a lot of healthcare providers. While each business has its own set of procedures, here is a list of some of the most common ones:
While healthcare professionals and community workers have been identified as today’s new heroes, parents have also gained special recognition for their well deserved resilience in balancing their professional lives with the unprecedented demands of homeschooling their children, caring for their households and so much more. Even before these challenges, parenting was already a full time job but now that society has turned upside down, parents all around the world have justified the cause for why National Parents Day (July 25th) is extremely important to remember.