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Prochant expands into infusion pharmacy market


CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Prochant now offers its billing and process outsourcing solutions to infusion pharmacies and current HME provider clients that administer infusion therapies.

ACU-Serve finds Perfect acquisition


AKRON, Ohio – ACU-Serve became the new owner of A Perfect Medical Billing Service effective Aug. 1.

Bill paying: Don’t set it and forget it


WATERLOO, Iowa – With an estimated 60% of DME patients walking out the door without making any sort of a payment, Jennifer Leon says it’s time for a shift in thinking.

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Don’t underestimate the ‘sidekicks’

Friday, April 17, 2020
Sarah Hanna

With COVID-19 permeating every aspect of our lives and our media experience, we look for the good in our communities and continue to celebrate the front-line workers: health care staff, truckers, grocery store clerks, gas station attendants and the list continues.

Billing: Find missing puzzle piece


Q. How can outsourcing billing benefit me as a supplier and what should I consider when choosing to outsource?

CMS: New rates will be in place July 1


WASHINGTON – CMS has provided an update on billing for accessories for complex rehab manual wheelchairs, according to NCART.

eSolutions enhances DME platform


OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – eSolutions has released an enhancement to its DME Eligibility platform called DME Same or Similar.

Are you ready to bill with MBIs?


ATLANTA – Providers must use Medicare Beneficiary Identifiers when billing Medicare beginning Jan. 1, 2020, the van Halem Group reminds them in a recent blog.

ACU-Serve tackles front of house


AKRON, Ohio – ACU-Serve can now take on what company officials say is the “hardest job” for HME providers: intake.