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Patient Billing

Planning Ahead for No Surprises Act Implementation

The No Surprises Act, which was signed into law in December 2020, won’t go into effect until at least January 1, 2022. But that isn’t slowing down provider groups from working to ensure the details of the bill, which will be administered through by agencies like the Departments of Health and Human Services, Labor, and Treasury, are ironed out with their interests in mind. READ MORE

Latest COVID-19 Relief Package: What Physicians Can Expect

An 11th-hour COVID-19 relief package was approved by both houses of Congress a few days before Christmas and signed into law by President Trump a few days after. The legislation, second in size only to the CARES Act passed last spring in the early days of the pandemic, provides wide-ranging relief to multiple sectors throughout the country, including physicians. READ MORE

Indiana Medicaid COVID-19 Flexibilities: Telemedicine, Timely Filing Limits, Provider Enrollment, and More

During Indiana’s COVID-19 emergency declaration, IHCP is implementing temporary changes to provide flexibility for Indiana Medicaid providers and patients. Changes affect many areas of IHCP, including telemedicine, timely filing limits, provider enrollment, and more. Here is a brief overview of several of those changes. READ MORE

When Was the Last Time You Reviewed Your Practice Fee Schedule?

With so much riding on a practice’s fee schedule, it seems important that physicians routinely review their fee schedules. But do they? How long has it been since you dusted off the charge list of procedures you routinely perform? And more importantly, how do you know when your fee schedule needs to be changed or updated? READ MORE

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