Pain Clinic Blog
Medical practice technologies are rapidly moving to the Internet, or "cloud". When considering your Internet capacity needs, consider both Download and Upload requirements.
As of January 1, 2021, the levels of office or outpatient services are now calculated by medical decision making or total visit time. This article is focused on when time is used to determine the level of service as well as provide clarity on whose time can be counted.
StreamlineMD's EHR Interactive E&M Tool allows providers to understand and determine the appropriate E&M code to assign based on 2021 guidelines for evaluations based on medical decision making or time.
Everyone has been talking about the changes coming to the E&M Guidelines for several years and now it is about to happen. The AMA has put together guidelines related to how these changes will be applied to the Office E&M codes (99202-99215).
Global Payments Integrated (GPI) and StreamlineMD have partnered to provide feature-rich payment tools to help you run your practice better and give patients the convenience they expect.
Interventional Specialists - Take Action Now to Avoid Cuts to Your 2021 Payments
Contact your Congressional Representative today to help stop CMS's Proposed Cuts to 2021 Payments.
StreamlineMD is proud to announce the launch of its Inventory Management application which is fully integrated within the StreamlineMD EHR
StreamlineMD is looking forward to attending and exhibiting at the 2020 ASIPP conference. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Each year it is important to review best practices for optimal pain clinic performance and to ensure that these are integrated into your daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly plans.
Pain practices easily lose tens of thousands of dollars annually by mismanaging the Prior Authorization process. Stop losing money to unnecessary Prior Auth denials with this new Prior Authorization Management tool...
Prior Authorization denials can be a problem for Pain practices trying to treat patients needing interventional pain management treatments. These insidious denials can erode practice revenue and performance if not taken seriously. The matter may become even more critical as CMS contemplates adding prior authorization requirements in the future.