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Telemedicine: The Ultimate Guide to Billing Success & Maximizing Revenue

Telemedicine is medicine’s biggest shakeup in history. The shortfall of primary care physicians over the next decade could be as high as 35,000. These challenges call for better technology and new approaches to treatment.

In response, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid and state Medicaid programs are some of the many institutions turning to telemedicine to fix the gaps. Virtual home visits will be routine in the near future. Patients demand it, doctors love the flexibility and additional revenue, and staff enjoys the ease of administration.

 

This eGuide is a must-read if you are considering adding telemedicine and need to better understand the new requirements and processes. What you’ll find inside:

  • Billing & coding tips
  • A list of common carriers & their stance on telemedicine for 2017 & beyond
  • A handy reference guide for many of the available Telehealth HCPCS Level II & CPT Codes
  • A pre-implementation checklist with step-by-step recommendations
  • Technology & implementation recommendations

We’ve condensed hundreds of pages of industry data – including current trends – into our most concise overview on managing telemedicine. Be sure to read our 7-page definitive guide: Telemedicine: The Ultimate Guide to Billing Success & Maximizing Revenue.


Topic: Medical Billing, Telemedicine | Content Type: eGuides

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