This notice must be completed, signed, and dated, also the modifier GA must be used when sending the […]
The following table explains Medicare covered and non-covered services in Medicare Part B.
Medicare Secondary Payor
In some cases there is a primary insurance that should pay before billing Medicare. In these cases, Medicare is the secondary insurance and another company is the primary insurance. […]
CMS 1500 is the form used to submit claims.
Deductibles are often $100 for physician services and outpatients.
Allowable amount will vary according to the plan, but we usually see the allowable amount 80%.
A surgical financial disclosure form is required for all […]
Tricare differs from other insurance companies. Tricare is a health care program for:
Eligible survivors of members of the uniformed services. Active duty members of the military and qualified family members. Champus eligible retirees and qualified family members.
Tricare consists of three main plans:
Tricare’s fiscal year for collecting deductible runs […]
Aetna is one of the most important insurance carriers in the United States and generally, billing an insurance company is different from one to another. In this post I got some of the medical office codes that Aetna covers for PCP (Prime Care Physician.)
Hi coders, today we have frequently repeated medical billing terms that we read in insurance policies, EOBs and sometimes face sheets. It is important to know well these terms to do your billing correctly and accurately.
Under the jurisdiction of the Department of Health and […]
Place of service is the medical facility where the medical service is rendered by the health care physician.
What is the pre-existing condition?
Pre-existing condition is any personal illness or disability that the patient has before signing a contract with a health care insurance. This pre-existing condition is not covered by insurance for a certain period. After this period elapsed, insurance may start to cover the pre-existing conditions, sometimes […]
The timely filling limit is the period between creating the claim by the billing agents and receiving it by the insurance companies. This period is determined according to the insurance regulation and guidelines. It also depends on the provider’s contract (in network or out of network). The period is between 60 […]
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