Patient balances are difficult and expensive to collect. Now, Artificial Intelligence can help your practice get more money, faster.
We are proud to announce that StreamlineMD is connected to the American Venous & Lymphatic Society's PRO 2.0 Venous Registry to transmit outcomes data from its ONC-Certified StreamlineMD EHR v15.0.
Each year it is important to review best practices for optimal vein clinic performance and to ensure that these are integrated into your daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly plans...
StreamlineMD is looking forward to attending and exhibiting at the following upcoming 2020 Vein conferences
StreamlineMD will be attending and exhibiting at this week's American Vein & Lymphatic Society Conference in Phoenix, AZ.
Vein 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 vein practices trying to treat patients needing vein ablations. 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.
If you have not yet signed up with the AVLS PRO 2.0 Registry, we encourage you to do so.
To provide this service to our clients, StreamlineMD is partnered with Mingle Health, a CMS Qualified Registry, for guidance, analytics, submission of measures data, and expert knowledge to assure that our clients receive the most points possible for the MIPS program.
Novitas Medicare delayed the Coding Article and LCD for Scleros and Endovenous Non-Thermal Treatment of Varicose Veins. It will not be implemented on 5/7/19 as previously announced. This affects CPT codes 36465 & -66 (Varithena), 36468 (Sclero), 36473 & -74, 36482 & -83 for Medicare Jurisdiction H & L.