WorkCompCentral News, August 22, 2013 - Five years after Texas adopted the nation's first regulations requiring the electronic submission of medical bills, both payers and providers across the country appear to be moving towards e-billing systems that will incorporate national standards -- and may see a boost from health care reform, Jopari Solutions reported [...]
The American Medical Association’s Weekly AMA Practice Management Alerts during April 2013 Address eBilling in the Property & Casualty Industry and How eBilling Supports AMA’s Prescription for a Healthier Practice. Read or download the AMA’s April Practice Management Alerts here.
While eBilling is being increasingly mandated, not all organizations are fully realizing the many benefits. Are you setting aside old-fashioned billing practices and taking full advantage of the new technology? Fueled by regulatory requirements, eBilling is growing rapidly. eBills comprised 5% of total WC non-pharmacy bills in 2008, 15% in 2011 and will be [...]
New Billing Regs May Blindside Medical Providers By Greg Jones, WorkCompCentral Western Bureau Chief Confusion over when new medical billing regulations take effect could set up a painful transition period later this year if providers don't adhere to the new rules and carriers start rejecting bills, according to the former medical director of [...]