In today’s healthcare industry, the patient portal could help patients to schedule the COVID-19 vaccine from their comfort while also managing their healthcare effectively.
In today’s current scenario of the COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth is emerging as a key technology for efficient patient-provider communication and to provide essential health care services. Chronic pain ranks among the ten most prevalent diseases worldwide.
As we move into the age of healthcare reform, practitioners will feel the pressure to reduce possible costs and minimize preventable and unnecessary hospital readmissions.
With the rise of digital technologies in the healthcare industry, telemedicine comes with easy to use features for both patients and healthcare providers. A recent survey reported that more than 50% of hospitals in the U.S uses telemedicine platforms due to their efficient healthcare services.
We successfully headed into 2021 and the digital healthcare landscape continues to shape your practice medical billing process without any doubt. It is very essential to embrace changes and most importantly the medical billing and healthcare organizations should encourage technology updates. The healthcare experts and providers should accept the trends which bring tremendous growth in the healthcare industry. Here are the top 5 trends to watch in healthcare medical billing for 2021.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is quickly becoming one of the fastest-growing technologies and many healthcare organizations are showing interest in the adoption of AI for EHR documentation. EHR documentation, when clinicians record clinical data as provider notes in real-time, helps healthcare providers to share patient health data among other providers.
The global COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the need for secure healthcare delivery solutions. This gave a huge rise to telehealth services. Even though patients prefer telehealth for their convenience; the adoption has been stalled by several regulatory challenges.
Managing hospital document information such as patient’s medical records, billing statements, insurance, and credentialing details from several sources, whether it may be in an electronic system or paper-based document system, is essential for any practice growth. A document management system tracks manage, stores, and retrieves both paper and electronic documents that can prove immediately beneficial to the operations of your healthcare system.
Payment posting is an important step in the medical billing process and revenue cycle management. A precise payment posting process examines the revenue cycle for better development opportunities to increase revenues.
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