NCDS Medical Billing is recognized by the program to protect patient privacy, prevent medical billing fraud, and comply with federal regulations.
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.
On August 3, 2020 the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a proposed rule that announces and solicits public comments on the proposed policy changes for Medicare payments under the Physician Fee Schedule (PFS) and other Medicare Part B issues, on or after January 1, 2021.
We’ve heard from physicians that they are concerned about the risks involved in reopening their practices. In response to these concerns, we offer the following 10 recommendations:
President Trump is providing support to healthcare providers fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. On March 27, 2020, the President signed the bipartisan CARES Act that provides $100 billion in relief funds to hospitals and other healthcare providers on the front lines of the coronavirus response.
After declining in the first two weeks of the year, flu activity jumped in the week ending Jan. 18, according to the CDC’s most recent Flu View report. Six things to know: 1. The CDC estimates flu has caused 15 million illnesses,140,000 hospitalizations and 8,200 deaths this season.
Texas is now among more than a dozen states that have cracked down on the practice of surprise medical billing.Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, a Republican, signed legislation Friday shielding patients from getting a huge bill when their insurance company and medical provider can’t agree on payment.
One point drew clear agreement Tuesday during a House subcommittee hearing: When it comes to the problem of surprise medical bills, the solution must protect patients —not demand that they be great negotiators.
Surrounded by patients who told horror stories of being stuck with hefty bills, President Donald Trump recently waded into a widespread health care problem for which almost everyone —even those with insurance —is at risk: surprise medical billing.
CMSis delaying for two years implementation of E/Mcoding reforms that affect physician payment, in a move applauded by theAmerican Medical Association.The final 2019 physician fee schedule andquality payment program rule also includes updates on interoperability, telehealth and drug costs.