0
checked

CMS Creates New Billing Codes for Cardiology

submitted 1 month ago, Wednesday, Jul 19, 2017, 03:32:17 by richard7franks in Health / Fitness / Wellness
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services agreed to create a billing code that eases Medicare billing by distinguishing between heart failure specialists and clinical cardiologists, according to a statement by Heart Failure Society of America.
rated 0 times (+0)  (-0) - comments: 1 - hits: 65 - www.medicalbillersandcoders.com

Comments

richard7franks
Best article
(+0) (-0) submitted 1 month ago, Wed, Jul 19, 2017, 03:33:10
170719103310.jpg
Only authorized users can leave comments. Please sign in first, or register a free account.
 
Share
Sponsor
Published By
richard7franks

richard7franks

Member since Jul 12, 2017
Location: n/a
Following
User not following anyone yet.
You might also like
Today you have luxury of finding a physician around your living space. In next few years the things might become more difficult with reduction of a number of physicians. Next...
7 Questions to Ask Before You Step Towards Outsourcing Your Cardiology Billing
To attain cent percent perfection at cardiology billing is a far-fetched dream for most specialty clinics because of the extensive experience and knowledge it requires. ICD-10...
New Technology to Improve Pharmaceutical Industry | Outsourcing Pharmacy Billing Services | MedicalBillersandCoders.com
Modernizing pharmacy is the new way to help industry to adopt scientifically sound novel technologies that helps manufacture quality medicines that are
American Urological Association (AUA) Quality Registry (AQUA) has acquired status as a Qualified Clinical Data Registry. This is an initial step toward the development of a...
As an Ambulatory Surgical Centers' medical billers and coders, inquisitiveness is something that is related to your job. Despite the fact that ASC coding has numerous...
Pharmacy Billing: Channelize Your Reimbursement Without Affecting Your Facility | Outsourcing Pharmacy Billing Services | MedicalBillersandCoders.com
The quantity of administrations provided by doctors, clinics, and nursing homes to their patients is consistently expanding. Each time patients are given
Background U.S. economy spends a total of 18% on healthcare currently, which is projected to grow by 5.8% per year in upcoming times. Cardiac services account for 40% of the...