Oncology Convergence will be attending and exhibiting at the ACCC 36th National Oncology Conference in Orlando next week and hope to see you there! We’ve got some great success stories to share since our last meeting in Washington. Stop by the booth to discuss actionable strategies that can help you create meaningful change and improve processes.
A great way to start is with a revenue cycle assessment:
“Understanding all the codes available to you and using them appropriately and regularly is extremely important because it improves your reimbursement from payers…”
Our oncology billing and coding staff has deep experience with payers, providers, contracts and plans across the country in every demographic. As a result, we can identify issues and implement solutions quickly and efficiently.
Looking forward to a great trip to Orlando for the ACCC 36th National Oncology Conference next week!
We’ll be at booth #407 and would love to learn about you and your practice – especially if you’re encountering problems in your oncology revenue cycle.
When you’re integrating an oncology practice into your organization, you may find that oncology billing is an entirely different animal than “regular” medical billing.
We can ensure that your oncology practice acquisition provides the financial boost to your hospital system that spurred the deal in the first place.
Proper EHR integration and optimization for your specific oncology billing use case will get your integration off on the right foot.
A (seemingly) small detail in proper EHR configuration and set up can foster physician burnout.
When setting up and installing EHR systems, it’s important to know how they work best and incorporate feedback and prior knowledge. We have performed numerous installs and check ups to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of your practice.
Like many of you, we work very hard on our culture. While no organization is perfect, we know that our people are key to our success! Happy employees = happy clients!
ASTRO comments to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services regarding their proposed radiation oncology alternative payment model
There are some HUGE numbers in play with these latest proposals.
Astro comments on proposed CMS guidelines:
“However, an ASTRO analysis estimates that the RO Model would cut payments to required participants by approximately $320 million during the 5-year period—an excessive amount that would undermine this unique opportunity. For the model to be successful, ASTRO recommends specific, significant changes to the proposal that will incentivize the use of high-quality, efficient radiation therapy treatments that drive value-based reform while still providing savings for Medicare.”
Thanks for reading! Again, we’d love to see you in Orlando. If you aren’t attending, feel free to reach out if I can be of assistance in any way.