Coronis is pleased to announce the acquisitions of AVEC Health Solutions and ML Medical Billing. We are excited to have both organizations, each with unique experience and expertise, join the Coronis family.
Many pathology groups are missing out on potential revenue as a result of inefficient and ineffective processes. Most groups fail to evaluate their billing practices and results regularly which results in missed revenue opportunities.
Coding is challenging regardless of specialty and pathology is no different. Many groups fail to review coding or question why specific codes have been assigned. It’s not good enough to rely on what a hospital anatomic pathology lab technician or histotech or even a pathologists says is the “right coding” on any given AP case. Why? Two reasons: people make mistakes; compliance.
With the new year came several changes to pathology coding. In this post, we'll address the three main areas of change.
The use of Artificial intelligence(Ai) is becoming more common across many industries and healthcare is no exception. As providers continue to fight for every dollar billed, taking advantage of Ai capabilities allows providers to take a smarter approach to many functions of the revenue cycle. One key area we are going to see Ai used more is in AR.
The deadline to complete MIPS performance for 2018 is fast approaching. If you're coming down to the wire, follow these key steps for success.
Safety, confidentiality, technology. For physicians, managing risk goes beyond making sound clinical decisions. With all of these areas to monitor, communication plays a big role in risk management.
Every specialty has its own unique set of billing challenges and cardiology is no different. In this post, we’ll outline the top 3 along with solutions to avoid these pitfalls.
Many cardiology physicians are choosing to own the their own cath labs. It provides an additional revenue stream and allows more control over patient care. While there are significant upsides to physician owned cath labs, the billing can prove to be challenging. In this post we’re going to address the top billing mistakes made and how to avoid them.