Announces New No-Cost Medical Billing Resources for Practices

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Medical Billing Outsourcing at a Competitive Rate., a leading national medical billing service, has announced that that they are offering multiple no-cost resources for medical practices seeking to improve their practice revenues.

“In response to the needs of our customers and medical practices we have talked with, we have developed resources including a series of useful, in-depth white papers,” said CEO Marc Haberman. “Medical practices are facing a number of challenges right now, and we wanted to provide them with the tools they need to succeed in spite of the obstacles.”

Haberman said a full description of the new resources could be found on the company blog at, but that they included a selection of white papers on a variety of subjects:

1.    How to Improve Your Medical Practice Bottom Line: Medical Billing, Key Performance Indicators and More
With the pressures of the sequester cut, reduced reimbursements and other changes in the healthcare world, many practice owners are looking for ways to bring more to the bottom line. In this practical white paper, expert Owen Dahl outlines key methods for improving revenue cycle results, including how to develop financial and collections policies that work, key steps in handling delinquent accounts that will help practices collect, and more.

2.    How to Prepare for ICD-10 in Medical Practices: Overview and Checklist
The deadline for ICD-10 implementation is October 1, 2014, and CMS has indicated that they will not be delaying it again. Expert Betsy Nicoletti offers key tips practices can use to succeed with the transition in this white paper overview. She includes checklists and resources that will make the transition easier and help practices avoid bumps in the road, including assessing ICD-10 readiness and setting up a plan, timeline and budget, how ICD-10 differs from ICD-9 and how to assess what it means to a practice, and more.

3.    When and How to Select the Right Medical Billing Service
How and when to utilize a medical billing service for revenue cycle management is a key question for medical practices, and selecting the right medical billing service for a practice is vital to its success. This white paper outlines what practice owners need to know about the different types of medical billing services, how to evaluate seven key criteria for choosing the right medical billing service, pricing models and how they work, and much more. Includes a 30+ point checklist for evaluating a medical billing service, the different types of medical billing services and the advantages/disadvantages of each, and more.

4.    Starting Your Medical Practice: Medical Billing, Key Performance Indicators and More
When starting a new medical practice, of all the decisions that need to be made, how to handle the medical billing may be most key to the longterm success of a practice. Physicians didn’t go to medical school to learn medical billing, so this practical guidance from expert Owen Dahl, consultant to many medical practices and former owner of a medical billing service, provides a good basis for planning. Dahl outlinesthe key points practices need to insure success, including how to structure and manage the medical billing process for maximum return, key steps in handling delinquent accounts, and more.

In addition to these Medical Billing resources, Medical Billing said they will continue providing useful information on their blog each week, including news impacting medical billing, tips for improving medical billing results, and other useful items.

Who is was founded in 2005 by CEO Marc Haberman and provides medical billing services to more than 500 medical practices nationally through a consortium of leading medical billing companies nationwide. has over five decades of collective top management experience in medical billing services and its team of experts fully understands the challenges in running both small and large medical practices.

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