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Medical Billing Services for Hospitals

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Is an extended business office the best solution for medical practices? Find out more here in this link: http://www.billingparadise.com/blog/2014/10/08/is-an-extended-business-office-the-best-solution-for-medical-practices/
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Is an extended business office the best solution for medical practices…

Is an extended business office the best solution for medical practices… | Billingparadise | Scoop.it
Are extended business office solutions the best option for medical practices? A lot of dust has been raised recently about the financial bottlenecks physicians face. Operational costs have gone through the roof and medical practices will have to run at breakneck speed just to stay at pace with the fast changing healthcare world. New demands…
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How to get better revenue without compromising on costs?

Apart from cost-savings, medical practices can also save truckloads of money.And in a super-competitive environment saving on time can be a life saver!

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Do you know the 4  popular areas where your medical practice loses revenue? 

 

From the Front office issues to the poor data mining and many more.  We bring you the viable option which best fits your pocket

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5 facts about group practices which helped physicians face the odds!

5 facts about group practices which helped physicians face the odds! | Billingparadise | Scoop.it
Medical practices team up to face the odds stacked against them! Independent medical practices across the country are finding it more difficult than ever before to keep the lights on. With burgeoning costs and regulatory pressures an increasing number of independent practices are forced to go off the grid. Expensive software upgrades, draconian reimbursement cuts…
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Why mHealth apps are scarier than dating Taylor Swift?

Why mHealth apps are scarier than dating Taylor Swift? | Billingparadise | Scoop.it
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Why are health apps and devices sticky than a messaging or photo sharing app? Most healthcare app development is still confusing education with inspiration. People check their smart phones 150 times a day but when it comes to using a healthcare app, it either stays or is uninstalled within a week. Failure of Googles health PHR and Microsoft Health Vault didn’t prove to be a lesson for upcoming apps. An easy to navigate or a user-friendly app is not the only solution. Motivating patients to self-manage their health and management of patient-generated data can do the trick.

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Best LinkedIn Groups for Healthcare Marketing

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LinkedIn professional group participation is often underutilized, so here’s our list of top LinkedIn groups for fellow professionals to join.

 

HEALTHCARE MARKETING, SOCIAL & PR (Hospital, Medical, Dental)
1. Dental Practice Management* [1,116]
2. Forum for Healthcare Strategists [4,127]
3. Health Care Communication News [2,331]
4. Health Care Marketing Network [4,531]
5. Healthcare Executive US [14,693]
6. Healthcare Executives Network [107,295]
7. Healthcare Intelligence Hub [648]
8. Healthcare Marketing [3,007]
9. Healthcare Marketing & PR Professionals [1,460]
10. Healthcare Marketing Network [4,541]
11. Healthcare Marketing, Communications and Education Professionals [11,638]
12. Healthcare Patient/Customer Satisfaction [795]
13. Healthcare Sales & Marketing [10,963]
14. Healthcare Success Strategies Medical Marketing Group* [932]
15. Hospital Marketing and Advertising* [82]
16. Hospital Sales & Marketing Professionals [5,641]
17. HPRMA – The Healthcare Public Relations and Marketing Association [213]
18. Improving the e-Patient Experience [91]
19. Improving the Patient Experience [51]
20. Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) [25,849]
21. Medical Marketing & Communications Group [21,890]
22. Medical Marketing Network [10,368]
23. Medical Practice Management* [490]
24. Medical/Healthcare Communications, Education, Advertising & Marketing Professionals [4,999]
25. Professional Healthcare Marketers [656]
26. Reproductive Medicine Marketing – IVF ART Infertility* [343]
27. Social Marketing in Healthcare [927]
28. Social Media Health Care Marketing (#smhcm) [662]
29. Social Media Marketing for the Health Care Field [2,286]
30. Social Media Marketing Professionals in Healthcare [47]
31. Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development (SHSMD) [9,129]
32. The Healthcare Marketing Community [1,240]
33. The Patient Experience [2,825]
34. UBM Medica Hospital Marketing + Business Development Group [434]


PHYSICIAN RELATIONS

35. Physician Liaisons, Physicians Relations & Practice Representatives* [512]
36. Physician Relation Strategies [2,290]
37. Physician Relationship Management Group [686]


GENERAL MARKETING, ADVERTISING, INTERNET & SOCIAL MEDIA

38. AMA – American Marketing Association [11,152]
39. CMO Executive Network [5,949]
40. Digital Marketing [393,393]
41. eMarketing Association Network [541,931]
42. Innovative Marketing, PR, Sales, Word-of-Mouth & Buzz Innovators Innovation Network [232,309]
43. Marketing Communication [122,468]
44. Marketing Communications ROI Forum [3,355]
45. Marketing Profs [18,906]
46. Social Media Marketing [681,395]


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The best #Linkedin groups for #Healthcare #Marketing. Check out the top groups, only for #professionals who love to share their ideas.

 

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Expert Podiatry billing & coders now available for medical billing services and coding assistance, Call @ 1-(888)-571-9069 for billing collections and pays

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5 Strategies To Improve #Revenue At Your #Medical Practice !

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Medical Billing Services for ACOs | Accountable Care Organisations

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Medical billing solutions that can centralize, streamline and increase the revenue of ACOs. We are highly scalable and work with diverse revenue models Ping BillingParadise @ 1-888-571-9069
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Orthopedic Medical Coding Services | ICD10 Certified Coders

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Increase coding efficiency with our certified orthopedic coding specialists. We perform chart abstraction & are experts at assigning fracture codes 1-888-571-9069
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DictaStar - A Medical Documentation App built for Android and IOS Powered smart phones

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DictaStar - A Medical Documentation App built for Android and IOS Powered smart phones. HL7 Compliant . Realtime tracking capabilities . Call 1-888-571-9069 for Free Demo .
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How To Calculate The ROI Of Your EMR Software ?

How To Calculate The ROI Of Your EMR Software ? | Billingparadise | Scoop.it
What is the return on investment of your EHR ? Despite contradictory results and findings on the advantages and disadvantages of EHRs, the major concern of providers is whether all that trouble of implementing an EHR, has really been worth it ? A recent report suggests that several medical practises are opting out of Meaningful…
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e-MDs Medical Billing Process | EHR Claims RCM Workflow

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BillingParadise's e-MDs revenue cycle management (RCM) workflow helps physicians to maximize productivity at their medical practice. Call 1-888-571-9069
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e-MDs Free EHR Subscription Services | PMS Integration Support Company

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BillingParadise offers Free eMDs EHR Subscription Offer ! We will pay the monthly fee of your EHR and help you scale down on operational costs ! Dial 1-888-571-9069.
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ICD -10 Tip sheet for Urgent Care

Urgent Care practices are going to have a tough time to adapt to ICD-10.Here are a few helpful facts.
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Is an extended business office the best solution for medical practices…

Is an extended business office the best solution for medical practices… | Billingparadise | Scoop.it
Are extended business office solutions the best option for medical practices? A lot of dust has been raised recently about the financial bottlenecks physicians face. Operational costs have gone through the roof and medical practices will have to run at breakneck speed just to stay at pace with the fast changing healthcare world. New demands…
Billingparadise-medical-billing-services's insight:

Do you know the 4  popular areas where your medical practice loses revenue? 

 

From the Front office issues to the poor data mining and many more.  We bring you the viable option which best fits your pocket

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Billingparadise-medical-billing-services's curator insight, October 8, 2014 12:13 PM

How to get better revenue without compromising on costs?

Apart from cost-savings, medical practices can also save truckloads of money.And in a super-competitive environment saving on time can be a life saver!

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Why physicians getting paid less for the services rendered? · CameronGarcia · Storify

Have you heard a reimbursement rate go up? It either remains flat or goes down. The reimbursement rate differs with the payers . The independent practitioners have to struggle to get their claims processed and the payment they receive. How to be stop the unhealthy trend of underpaid claims?

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Independent practitioners have to struggle to get their claims processed and the payment they receive. How to stop the unhealthy trend of underpaid claims?

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Be Prepared for a HIPAA Security Audit

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Office of Civil Rights will conduct security audits on covered entities and business associates.


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Risk analysis should be an ongoing process, in which a covered entity regularly reviews its records to track access to e-PHI and detect security incidents, periodically evaluates the effectiveness of security measures put in place, and regularly reevaluates potential risks to e-PHI.

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10 Ways Doctors Can Make the Most of Social Media

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With the right strategy in place, doctors have the most to gain by properly using social media to market their practice, share their years of experience and chime in on discussions with colleagues in the industry.

Many doctors are afraid of the unknown and choose to remain silent across social media due to liability and privacy concerns. It is possible to strike a good balance of transparent communication, while conforming to the necessary limitations of the industry.

 

Today, 24% of doctors use social media at least once a day to post or seek medical information according to Allied Health World.


The use of social media by doctors is still in its infancy, which presents a huge opportunity to take advantage of these digital platforms and build scalable credibility for your career as a doctor. The medical industry is far less saturated online as other industries, due to the many legal restrictions and fears most health care professionals and organizations have since they wish to avoid liability issues associated with social media and other digital platforms.

As a doctor it is entirely possible to create an effective, scalable and profitable social media strategy to market your career and practice. It will take time, effort and a lot of hustle, but the results could have far reaching effects for your long-term success online.

 

If you’re a doctor, here are ten ways to stand out amongst the chatter and effectively reach the right people in your extended network on social media:

1. Setup a Personal Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook Account

This seems like a no brainer, but it is an important first step for building a presence online. Fill out each section of your profile on these three networks to optimize them to the fullest.

Start with these three platforms in the beginning and then expand to use others in the future. Focusing your efforts at first is an important way to ensure you’re gaining momentum from the time spent using social media.

Begin with Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn today to start filling out your profiles and sharing content with your network.

2. Use Visuals When Sharing Content

Visuals resonate more with people than just text, therefore incorporate more images with your social updates on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. This is the most important to implement on Facebook, followed by Twitter and then LinkedIn.

 

When sharing content, use original content, free stock footage or non-copyrighted photography to boost how engaging your posts are. Another option is to use the photos used in the blog post, article or video you’re posting about on these networks.

3. Teach Others, Share the Knowledge

No matter what platform you’re sharing content on, be sure that what you’re saying to connections, friends and followers is educational and actionable. Pull from your unique expertise and share timely and relevant information about what you know best.

In addition to joining existing Twitter chats, LinkedIn groups and other relevant discussions online about your expertise and industry, start your own knowledge-sharing hub on social media to bring a new perspective and depth of knowledge to your professional interests.

Whether this “knowledge hub” is a Facebook Group, LinkedIn group, Twitter chat or some other form of niche community, it is an important method of sharing what you know and building your credibility as you educate others.

As a doctor it is important to follow this rule of thumb to ensure that you’re providing the most value to others and making use of your time spent using social networks. A doctor’s job is to share their expertise and help execute their advice. Social media merely helps to scale the spread of knowledge between physicians, their patients and the larger medical community.

4. Post Frequently on LinkedIn

As the largest network of professionals online, LinkedIn’s profiles allow a doctor to highlight each aspect of their career path with text and visuals. LinkedIn has the most benefits to offer doctors due to its professional nature and vast network of like-minded experts interested in connecting with others. Begin by making the most of your profile by sharing content from your account that reflects your expertise and interests as a healthcare professional.

 

Content shared on LinkedIn should be of a professional nature and a little more reserved than content typically shared on Twitter or Facebook. Share links to articles and other relevant information that could be of value to your connections, while making sure to add your own perspective to each piece of content by adding a comment to the post.

5. Follow Other Doctors on Twitter, LinkedIn & Facebook

Start by reaching out to your existing network of contacts that you already know by searching for colleagues, friends and peers in the medical field on all three networks. Follow, connect and friend these individuals to foster a following that you can continue to build from.

Now start searching using each network’s search feature for individuals in a similar role, industry or expertise. By building a large network on each platform you’ll have other like-minded people to interact with, rely on for support and an active feed on engaging information to read, share and discuss.

6. Participate in Existing Conversations on Twitter

Twitter is the best social platform for public one-to-one conversations at scale. Start discussions with other doctors and medical professionals to address current trends, recent industry news or interesting findings or studies.

Find these conversations from other’s you’ve followed in your field or by searching Twitter hashtags or keywords related to your interests or focus as a physician. Twitter users often communicate in a more conversational tone when speaking with others, which allows a doctor to better incorporate their personality and build the trust of others in their extended network.

7. Join Relevant Twitter Chats

Twitter chats are weekly, monthly or quarterly conversations centered on a particular topic and hashtag. Discover what Twitter chats are available for doctors and medical professionals, then join in on theses conversations with other chat participants, to learn something new and share your expertise.

 

Some health care related Twitter chats are #FOAMed, #abcDrBchat, #hcsm, #MDChat and #SocPharm.

 

When participating in a Twitter chat, answer some of the questions posed by the moderator by adding your opinion and insights to the larger discussions. Follow the moderator and other participants in the chat, while making sure to consistently include the appropriate hashtag in all of your tweets about the chat.

8. Join LinkedIn Groups That Match Your Expertise

Search for groups using LinkedIn’s search feature or browse what groups your connections are a part of to find communities that match your expertise and interests as a professional.

Groups on LinkedIn offer a unique opportunity for similar professionals to discuss, post and share content about a particular subject. Some of the most popular LinkedIn groups for physicians on LinkedIn are: American Medical Association, Medical Doctor (MD) Network, Medical Group Management Association (MGMA), Physicians Practice and the America’s Leading Practice Management Resource.

Once you have become a member of a few relevant groups on LinkedIn, search through the existing discussions, learn what other group members are talking about, post engaging content for the group to discuss and connect with other group members. LinkedIn groups are only as valuable as the time and effort you put in to them.

9. Strive For Accuracy

There is a high amount of misinformation online when it comes to the medical field, confusing consumers and diluting the effectiveness of accurate medical insights found online.

 

As a doctor, it is important to act as a voice of reason when sharing information about health care online. Strive for accurate coverage and discussion when it comes to the information you decide to share on social media. Avoid interacting with illegitimate accounts and connections on social media that could affect your credibility for the long-term.

Limit the time spent on social media to a certain part of the day or a few times a week to help focus your efforts to be more accurate. Again, it should always be quality over quantity when it comes to the content being shared and the discussions you are having online.

10. Ask Questions

One of the most beneficial aspects of social media is the ability to have actual conversations online with peers, friends, family and other connections in your network. As a doctor it is also important to ask questions of your audience to get their feedback on a decision or perspective on industry news.

By asking questions you’re able to learn from the collective insights of your network and help share your human side. No one person knows everything, but everyone has something to share with others. Poll your network on social media to gain new insights and further establish your credibility as a well-respected doctor.


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ARE EXTENDED BUSINESS OFFICE SOLUTIONS THE BEST OPTION FOR MEDICAL PRACTICES ? http://www.billingparadise.com/blog/2014/09/02/are-extended-business-office-solutions-the-best-option-for-medical-prac...

ARE EXTENDED BUSINESS OFFICE SOLUTIONS THE BEST OPTION FOR MEDICAL PRACTICES ? http://www.billingparadise.com/blog/2014/09/02/are-extended-business-office-solutions-the-best-option-for-medical-prac... | Billingparadise | Scoop.it
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What Does It Take To Stay Ahead In The Medical Coding Game ?

What Does It Take To Stay Ahead In The Medical Coding Game ? | Billingparadise | Scoop.it
The healthcare industry is slowly emerging out of the shadows of archaic systems into more advanced, structured and standardized workflow patterns. Almost every sphere of the healthcare world has undergone a huge shift over the past decade. Medical coding in particular has changed and according to overworked physicians, changed beyond recognition! From piles of paper…
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Orthopedic Revenue Cycle Management Services | Certified RCM Experts

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Increase your orthopedic practice's bottomline through our expert revenue cycle management process. Ask for a free demo . Dial us @ 1-888-571-9069
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Do Physicians Make Good Medical Coders ? You don’t want to know the answer !

Do Physicians Make Good Medical Coders ? You don’t want to know the answer ! | Billingparadise | Scoop.it
Despite understanding the importance of medical coding and the risks of erroneous coding practices, most physicians still have a long way to go as far as coding is concerned. It still remains a quagmire an abomination. There are several factors attributed to physician’s coding abilities or the lack of it. And the one major reason…
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MoBPill | Medical Billing Dashboard App | Free Live Demo

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Secure and full featured app to help you automate and quicken your revenue cycle! Manage complex workflows and ever-growing demands on your time with MoBPill.
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How physicians can increase the productivity of their EHR

What is the biggest pay-off of implementing an EHR ? For, many medical practices it is receiving the Meaningful Use incentives. But the costs of implementing a…
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e-MDs Claims Generation | Clinical Documentation | Charge Capturing

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BillingParadise 24/7, swift eMDs claims generation and transmission support will increase your collections and first pass claim acceptance rate!
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