Urgent care clinics, take note. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is asking for your help in determining the future of substitute physician billing arrangement criteria. This involves both reciprocal billing and locum tenens arrangements—both are widely used in urgent care.
Think 29 tour stops include a brown bag lunch in Watertown, a tour of a new co-working space in Brookings, a tour of Sioux Falls startup DocuTAP, a program in Yankton that includes lunch on the Meridian Bridge, and a Biz Brew event in Sioux City.
For all the effort put into building a clinic, finding staff, and advertising, one important step often forgot is the clinic’s billing process. Whether you do billing and claims processing yourself or a third-party company handles it, who does your billing is a crucial decision to the success of your urgent care. to the success of your urgent care.
DocuTAP, the leading provider of integrated electronic medical records (EMR) and practice management technology for urgent care, has named Bryan Koch as executive vice president of revenue cycle management (RCM) strategy.
A frequently asked question in the urgent care industry is whether or not a practice can bill and receive payment as an in-network provider for a clinician (physician or mid-level) who is new to the practice—and not credentialed or contracted with the health plans that the clinic participates in.
DocuTAP, the country’s leading provider of integrated Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and practice management technology for urgent care practices, announces that Eric McDonald, the firm’s founder and CEO, has been awarded the prestigious Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year™ 2014 Award in the category Environmental and Health Technology.
This year’s DocuTAP User Group was another smashing success—with our attendance nearly doubling from last year. Hosted this year in St. Louis, Missouri on June 5 and 6, the fourth annual user group was held in the beautiful Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark Hotel.
DocuTAP, the country’s leading provider of integrated electronic health records (EHR) and practice management technology for urgent care practices, hosted its fourth annual user group meeting on June 5 and 6 in St. Louis, Missouri. The event was attended by over 120 users from across the country and was held at the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark Hotel.