What physicians should know about chronic care management changes January 25, 2017 By Renee Dowling Are there other services that we can’t bill if we are billing chronic care services? How to bill drug reconciliation I spend a tremendous amount of time reconciling medications with and for my patients. I don’t see a specific “data” indicator for this in the decision-making tables. How do I account for this? Improve Your Medical Billing Services September 26, 2016 By ChartLogic Why ChartLogic Medical Billing Services? Read about the differentiators and benefits of choosing ChartLogic as your billing partner. Premium Content Preview | Case Study: Increasing collections & decreasing A/R September 01, 2016 By ChartLogic Practice can increase collections and decreases A/R by as much as 40% without increasing patient volume. Read how ChartLogic can help you increase practice performance and achieve billing success. The invasion of third parties into DPC is highly worrisome August 10, 2016 DPC, billing confusion and defensive medicine are the hot topics in this issue's Your Voice. Premium Content Preview | The Four Types of Payers TSI recognizes that every situation and every client requires and deserves a unique solution to their individual problems. We don’t treat clients as one-size-fits-all, so why would we treat payers any differently? In “The Four Types of Payers”, we explore what defines each type of payer and what motivates them to pay, determining what approaches work best for each situation. How to bill end-of-life discussion codes correctly March 10, 2016 By Renee Dowling Are the advance care planning codes in place now in 2016? Getting paid: The date of service dilemma February 25, 2016 By Renee Dowling Renee Dowling, a billing and coding consultant answers your burning questions in this Q&A. Documentation and extenders top daily coding challenges January 08, 2016 By John Jesitus Common concerns in daily practice include using Medicare's "incident-to" billing properly and documenting services – particularly why a particular procedure was performed – thoroughly. ICD-10 transition: What’s next? November 03, 2015 By Suzi Grizancic Following the ICD-10 transition, real interplay between all stakeholders begins with the patient being the true focus.