Young adults are less likely to be vaccinated against Covid-19 than other age groups—and nearly 25% of those between 18 and 39 said they probably or definitely won’t get vaccinated, according to data from CDC.
HHS Issues Revised Notice of Reporting Requirements and Reporting Timeline for Recipients of Provider Relief Fund Payments
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, through the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is releasing revised reporting requirements for recipients of Provider Relief Fund (PRF) payments. This announcement includes expanding the amount of time providers will have to report information, aims to reduce burdens on smaller providers, and extends key deadlines for expending PRF payments for recipients who received payments after June 30, 2020.
The Healthcare Business Management Association announced that NCDS Medical Billing has earned re-accreditation under the HBMA Compliance Accreditation Program for revenue cycle management companies and offered its congratulations.
Virtual visits are here to stay, but how can medicine measure telehealth’s value to ensure that physicians and other clinicians, patients, payers and society are getting the most possible from the technology?
Health care providers are tasked with safeguarding the general population’s health. Though it is essential for them to do everything that guarantees the health of their patients, they should also protect their financial health.
HHS program reimburses healthcare providers and facilities for testing, treatment, and vaccine administration fees associated with insured patients.
Though several things have changed the way the world works, few have had as much an impact as the coronavirus. This respiratory infection has been announced by the WHO as a pandemic, with governments worldwide taking different steps to curb its spread.
At the start of the pandemic, a few medical practices assumed that this would mean a boom in profits for them. Even so, many suffered losses with most patients opting out of elective surgeries and in-person visits.
The coronavirus pandemic has dramatically altered the telehealth landscape, pushing providers to adopt or expand connected health platforms and tools to meet the demand for virtual care to replace in-person services.
In line with its growth and development strategy to enhance profitability and expand its services in the First Quarter of 2021 throughout the Midwest and Eastern United States, NCDS is pleased to announce that it has acquired new clients in Ohio and New York.