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Best Practices For Your Revenue Cycle Management

For a practice, cash flow is something that constantly stays on top of their mind, as it is the driving force of the practice. Getting paid is as important as patient care or treatment. Taking care of your practice’s revenue cycle is important for the success or growth of your practice. Always keep in mind that the long-term success of your practice depends on the proper management of your revenue cycle, which includes accurate claim submission and timely payment from both the patients and the insurance providers. Required attention needs to be given to revenue cycle management if you want your practice to run smoothly and successfully. Careless revenue cycle management can lead to the denial of claims, resulting in a loss of revenue. Practices often struggle with the management of complex dental RCM processes, with their constantly changing insurance rules and regulations. Delivering top-quality patient care along with all the complex revenue management can be a demanding and time-consuming task for your practice, which can hinder the performance of your practice and its staff. Having said that, learning and improving your RCM is very important for the growth and success of your practice. So, here are some of the […] read more
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Revenue Cycle Management KPIs For A Successful And Healthy Dental Practice

Most practices have goals and targets set for each year when it comes to their revenue collection. Structured plans are devised to ensure this goal is met. With all the steps involved in making a practice a successful one, it becomes extremely important to track the viability of these goals and any need to reform them. What better way to do this than tracking your Key Performance Indicators(KPI)? KPIs don’t just enable you to identify areas of improvement, they also provide insight into possible future trends if you maintain the strategy already in place. KPIs are facts, numbers, and metrics that provide insight into the efficiency of the dental RCM. They let the practice have an in-depth understanding of the various aspects related to their RCM. A practice that fails to assess its KPIs in RCM is operating blindly, as they have no early signs or warnings of any decline in the performance of the revenue cycle. Ignoring your KPIs is one of the most frequent causes of a lackluster revenue cycle. Here are some of the important KPIs to make sure that your RCM is running effectively:Days in ARThe days spent in AR show how long it usually takes your […] read more
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Best Practices For Your Revenue Cycle Management

For a practice, cash flow is something that constantly stays on top of their mind, as it is the driving force of the practice. Getting paid is as important as patient care or treatment. Taking care of your practice’s revenue cycle is important for the success or growth of your practice. Always keep in mind that the long-term success of your practice depends on the proper management of your revenue cycle, which includes accurate claim submission and timely payment from both the patients and the insurance providers. Required attention needs to be given to revenue cycle management if you want your practice to run smoothly and successfully. Careless revenue cycle management can lead to the denial of claims, resulting in a loss of revenue. Practices often struggle with the management of complex dental RCM processes, with their constantly changing insurance rules and regulations. Delivering top-quality patient care along with all the complex revenue management can be a demanding and time-consuming task for your practice, which can hinder the performance of your practice and its staff. Having said that, learning and improving your RCM is very important for the growth and success of your practice. So, here are some of the best practices […] read more
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Best Practices For Your Revenue Cycle Management

For a practice, cash flow is something that constantly stays on top of their mind, as it is the driving force of the practice. Getting paid is as important as patient care or treatment. Taking care of your practice’s revenue cycle is important for the success or growth of your practice. Always keep in mind that the long-term success of your practice depends on the proper management of your revenue cycle, which includes accurate claim submission and timely payment from both the patients and the insurance providers. Required attention needs to be given to revenue cycle management if you want your practice to run smoothly and successfully. Careless revenue cycle management can lead to the denial of claims, resulting in a loss of revenue. Practices often struggle with the management of complex dental RCM processes, with their constantly changing insurance rules and regulations. Delivering top-quality patient care along with all the complex revenue management can be a demanding and time-consuming task for your practice, which can hinder the performance of your practice and its staff. Having said that, learning and improving your RCM is very important for the growth and success of your practice. So, here are some of the […] read more
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Best Practices For Your Revenue Cycle Management

For a practice, cash flow is something that constantly stays on top of their mind, as it is the driving force of the practice. Getting paid is as important as patient care or treatment. Taking care of your practice’s revenue cycle is important for the success or growth of your practice. Always keep in mind that the long-term success of your practice depends on the proper management of your revenue cycle, which includes accurate claim submission and timely payment from both the patients and the insurance providers. Required attention needs to be given to revenue cycle management if you want your practice to run smoothly and successfully. Careless revenue cycle management can lead to the denial of claims, resulting in a loss of revenue. Practices often struggle with the management of complex dental RCM processes, with their constantly changing insurance rules and regulations. Delivering top-quality patient care along with all the complex revenue management can be a demanding and time-consuming task for your practice, which can hinder the performance of your practice and its staff. Having said that, learning and improving your RCM is very important for the growth and success of your practice. So, here are some of the best practices […] read more
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Best Practices For Your Revenue Cycle Management

For a practice, cash flow is something that constantly stays on top of their mind, as it is the driving force of the practice. Getting paid is as important as patient care or treatment. Taking care of your practice’s revenue cycle is important for the success or growth of your practice. Always keep in mind that the long-term success of your practice depends on the proper management of your revenue cycle, which includes accurate claim submission and timely payment from both the patients and the insurance providers. Required attention needs to be given to revenue cycle management if you want your practice to run smoothly and successfully. Careless revenue cycle management can lead to the denial of claims, resulting in a loss of revenue. Practices often struggle with the management of complex dental RCM processes, with their constantly changing insurance rules and regulations. Delivering top-quality patient care along with all the complex revenue management can be a demanding and time-consuming task for your practice, which can hinder the performance of your practice and its staff. Having said that, learning and improving your RCM is very important for the growth and success of your practice. So, here are some of the best practices […] read more
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Best Practices For Your Revenue Cycle Management

For a practice, cash flow is something that constantly stays on top of their mind, as it is the driving force of the practice. Getting paid is as important as patient care or treatment. Taking care of your practice’s revenue cycle is important for the success or growth of your practice. Always keep in mind that the long-term success of your practice depends on the proper management of your revenue cycle, which includes accurate claim submission and timely payment from both the patients and the insurance providers. Required attention needs to be given to revenue cycle management if you want your practice to run smoothly and successfully. Careless revenue cycle management can lead to the denial of claims, resulting in a loss of revenue. Practices often struggle with the management of complex dental RCM processes, with their constantly changing insurance rules and regulations. Delivering top-quality patient care along with all the complex revenue management can be a demanding and time-consuming task for your practice, which can hinder the performance of your practice and its staff. Having said that, learning and improving your RCM is very important for the growth and success of your practice. So, here are some of the best practices […] read more
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Revenue Cycle Management KPIs For A Successful And Healthy Dental Practice

Most practices have goals and targets set for each year when it comes to their revenue collection. Structured plans are devised to ensure this goal is met. With all the steps involved in making a practice a successful one, it becomes extremely important to track the viability of these goals and any need to reform them. What better way to do this than tracking your Key Performance Indicators(KPI)?  KPIs don’t just enable you to identify areas of improvement, they also provide insight into possible future trends if you maintain the strategy already in place. KPIs are facts, numbers, and metrics that provide insight into the efficiency of the dental RCM. They let the practice have an in-depth understanding of the various aspects related to their RCM. A practice that fails to assess their KPIs in RCM is operating blindly, as they have no early signs or warnings of any decline in the performance of the revenue cycle. Ignoring your KPIs is one of the most frequent causes of a lackluster revenue cycle. Here are some of the important KPIs to make sure that your RCM is running effectively: Days in AR The days spent in AR show how long it usually […] read more
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Revenue Cycle Management KPIs For A Successful And Healthy Dental Practice

Most practices have goals and targets set for each year when it comes to their revenue collection. Structured plans are devised to ensure this goal is met. With all the steps involved in making a practice a successful one, it becomes extremely important to track the viability of these goals and any need to reform them. What better way to do this than tracking your Key Performance Indicators(KPI)?  KPIs don’t just enable you to identify areas of improvement, they also provide insight into possible future trends if you maintain the strategy already in place. KPIs are facts, numbers, and metrics that provide insight into the efficiency of the dental RCM. They let the practice have an in-depth understanding of the various aspects related to their RCM. A practice that fails to assess their KPIs in RCM is operating blindly, as they have no early signs or warnings of any decline in the performance of the revenue cycle. Ignoring your KPIs is one of the most frequent causes of a lackluster revenue cycle. Here are some of the important KPIs to make sure that your RCM is running effectively: Days in AR The days spent in AR show how long it usually […] read more
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Pump up your Eligibility and Verification Strategy

With today’s constantly changing and evolving insurance rules and regulations, it is imperative to pay more attention to eligibility and benefits verification. Accurate insurance verification ensures a greater number of clean claims, which speeds up the clearance and shortens the billing cycle. Other complex processes involved in dental RCM can deflect the attention of the practice, leading to claim denials. You can collect information with greater accuracy if you have the eligibility and benefits verification process in order. This means that providers must understand the insurance verification procedure and its significance to the dental care sector. This could also mean that mistakes made in carrying out effective insurance verification or in submitting a claim for a procedure that the patient’s insurance carrier does not cover or that is performed by providers who work outside the employee’s health insurance provider network could result in the patient feeling financially vulnerable, anxious, and frustrated. Practices may face a lot of snags while dealing with eligibility and benefits verification, which could lead to claim denials or rejections. Some common mistakes include: Typos or other miniscule errors in the information collected from patients Insufficient or incomplete patient information Expired coverage Services that are not covered Services that […] read more
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