ROB Professional Editors Mark Wright, OD, FCOVD, and Carole Burns, OD, FCOVD, share their insights of how to ensure accurate coding that results in swift, high reimbursement.
Effectively coding for essential dry eye services.
Coding for bandage CLs to avoid returned claims & maximize profitability.
Coding for use of an innovation to aid treatment of diabetic patients.
Creating systems to reduce the chances of costly coding errors.
Why & how to take additional care when coding these days.
Changes for 2023 that impact your reimbursement.
Tips for setting a fair, yet competitive, salary for coders.
What you need to know to prepare for likely upcoming changes.
A change that had a huge impact on medical eyecare profitability.
By Mark Wright, OD, FCOVD, and Carole Burns, OD, FCOVD June 1, 2022 A patient presents at your office for a procedure...
Using modifier 25 to ensure you don't miss out on full reimbursement.
Why you can't always bundle insurance benefits.
Aligning your practice & personal goals.
How to manage insurance denials & rejections so you can get paid.
The importance of using MBIs in your practice.
Avoiding a violation that could financially crush your practice.
Details on CMS's final rule for 2022 with policy changes for Medicare payments.
Several key coding changes for 2022.
A serious coding process mistake many ODs make.
Maximizing reimbursements by minimizing third-party denials.
Avoiding a coding error that could prove disastrous.
Ensuring billing & coding is done correctly every time to maximize reimbursement.
Tips on managing the new E/M coding guidelines for 2021.
By Mark Wright, OD, FCOVD, and Carole Burns, OD, FCOVD May 3, 2017 A patient presents in your office with a corneal...
Using the new E/M codes to maximize reimbursement in optometry practices.
An annual exercise to help you reduce accounts receivables.
Explaining to patients why their vision insurance, rather than medical insurance, can't be charged.