Following up on unpaid claims is a vital part of the collection process. But if you do it the wrong way, or with no sense of urgency, it can result in lost revenue or patients being confused and frustrated by your billing process. Analyzing your collections process for inefficiencies, gaps, or missed opportunities can ensure… Read more »
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