Transitioning Challenges Face many with Implementation of ICD-10

ICD 10 coding procedures were effectively initiated on October 1, 2015. For many, it’s about time that the United States medical system joined the rest of the world when it comes to coding practices. With its release, coding professionals can breathe a sigh of relief that the wait is over, but vast differences found between

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Mental Health Parity Still a Distant Wish for Most

Mental health parity remains a constant battle for young and middle aged populations of Americans seeking mental health services for drug and alcohol abuse, eating disorders, rape counseling, and posttraumatic stress disorders (PTSD). The challenges that such individuals face often go against insurance “standards” when it comes to provision of care. Unfortunately, when it comes

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The Specific Question

During medical emergency or urgent situations all we really want is proper medical and timely care. We assume that the hospital and doctors will do the right thing. That is to take our insurance and don’t overcharge us. Fortunately, it does happen that way most of the times. Then there are some times when we

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