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Daniel Ramsey

Daniel Ramsey
Daniel Ramsey is a Sales and Marketing Coordinator at Account Matters. He frequently blogs for the Account Matters Credentialing Blog and other administrative publications. Dan enjoys helping clients reach new profitable heights with Account Matters proven processes. Interested in Credentialing? Learn more by visiting our website.
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Rehab Therapy Billing: 5 Tips For Calling Insurance Companies

Posted by Daniel Ramsey on April 15, 2021

Your practice’s billing team likely spends a lot of time on the phone with insurance companies. In a perfect world, claims would go out and payment would come in, but it’s never that simple. If a medical claim isn’t paid within 60 days, your billing team will have to investigate why. In this article, we’re going to share some tips that our Collectors use to get accurate information from the insurance companies, quickly.

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Topics: Billing

Why Does Credentialing Take so Long?

Posted by Daniel Ramsey on March 24, 2021

Credentialing has never been synonymous with fast. Many healthcare providers get frustrated with the long wait times (90-120 days) associated becoming an in-network group/provider. In this article, we’ll explain why the credentialing process takes so long even in the digital age, so you can better prepare for opening your practice or hiring additional providers.

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Topics: Credentialing, Management

Do THIS for Smarter Scheduling

Posted by Daniel Ramsey on March 03, 2021

Creating an exceptional experience for your patients involves convenient and efficient scheduling. Having a fine-tuned scheduling process will increase the likelihood of patients showing up for all visits, improving the profitability of your practice.

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Topics: Front Desk, Management

How to Reduce Denials Caused by Data-Entry Errors

Posted by Daniel Ramsey on February 17, 2021

The front desk can be hectic with patients coming in and out, phones ringing, and time-sensitive tasks needed to be done. Your front desk staff is human, mistakes are unavoidable. But if you’re receiving a high number of denials due to data-entry errors, changes need to be made to eliminate delayed reimbursement. Let’s look into 3 ways your front desk can work smarter to reduce data-entry errors.

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Topics: Billing, Front Desk, Management

10 Goals You Can Set For Your Front Desk in 2021

Posted by Daniel Ramsey on February 10, 2021

 

Setting goals for your employees is a great way to keep them engaged while improving the productivity of your practice. Check our recommendations for 10 different goals you can set for your front desk in 2021. 

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Topics: Front Desk, Management

5 Things Practice Owners Need to Know in 2021

Posted by Daniel Ramsey on January 20, 2021

1. PTA/OTA Reimbursement Cut Takes Effect in 2022

It’s been a year since CMS implemented CO/CQ modifiers for services provided “in whole or in part” to Medicare patients by PTAs and OTAs. In 2022, CMS will be reducing reimbursements by 15% for services with CO/CQ modifiers.

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Topics: Billing, Credentialing, Management

4 Reasons Your Practice is Struggling

Posted by Daniel Ramsey on December 21, 2020

Is your staff struggling to get their tasks done every day? Whether it’s because they can’t do the work or they won’t do the work, productivity is becoming a growing concern in private practices. Chances are this lack of efficiency is hurting your wallet.

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Topics: Front Desk, Management

Insurance Referrals and Authorizations Explained

Posted by Daniel Ramsey on November 11, 2020

What is an insurance referral? 

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Topics: Front Desk

How to Identify Unnecessary Write-Offs

Posted by Daniel Ramsey on September 23, 2020

There are two types of write-offs in medical billing: necessary and unnecessary. Necessary write-offs include contractual obligations, small balance write offs and cash-pay discounts. Unnecessary write-offs occur when billing/administrative mistakes lead to uncollectable money being left on the table. Practice owners and managers who can identify unnecessary write-offs and implement processes to eliminate them can improve the health of the accounts receivable and increase revenue.

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Topics: Billing

Top 3 Reasons for Work Comp Claim Denials

Posted by Daniel Ramsey on September 09, 2020

Workers compensation claims typically take longer to process compared to commercial insurance claims. It is crucial that your staff submit clean work comp claims with proper documentation in a timely manner. In this article we will discuss the top reasons for work comp denials and how to stop them.

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Topics: Billing

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