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What Functions Should a Medical Billing Service Perform?

May 28, 2018 10:08 AMComments Off on What Functions Should a Medical Billing Service Perform?

Many health care providers are exploring the opportunity that lies in outsourcing medical billing functions. Medical billing has traditionally been done within the office. But as challenges such cuts in insurance reimbursements, time restraints and the bundling of billing procedures, providers are opting to use medical billing services. Functions performed […]

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Important Factors to Consider When Hiring a Medical Insurance Provider

April 26, 2018 9:47 AMComments Off on Important Factors to Consider When Hiring a Medical Insurance Provider

Being sick is inevitable. Besides, no one ever plans to be sick. When you fall ill, you will aim at getting the best treatment, not some drama. In this case, it is essential that you choose a well-established medical insurance provider because the choice that you make significantly affects the […]

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Tips To Plan For Your Medical Needs

April 24, 2018 8:43 AMComments Off on Tips To Plan For Your Medical Needs

The best way in which you can plan for your medical needs and expenses is by looking for a timely medical expense loan from Peerform. This will be your only option if you have not made an effort to plan for your medical needs in the past. With this being […]

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Marijuana Has Amazing Medical Potential

September 14, 2015 4:20 AMComments Off on Marijuana Has Amazing Medical Potential

  Laws, rules, regulations, and public perception currently inhibit the exploration of marijuana as a medical treatment for a wide variety of illnesses. Marijuana is still classified as a Schedule 1 drug, meaning the DEA feels it has no medical use and a high potential for abuse. Schedule 1 drugs […]

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4 Tips on Decreasing Your Medical Bills

June 25, 2014 11:07 AMComments Off on 4 Tips on Decreasing Your Medical Bills
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Imagine going to the hospital for a heart attack and leaving with a mountainous $170,000 bill in your back pocket. That’s exactly what happened to John Fugazzie the laid-off business executive from New Jersey whose story appeared in the New York Times last fall. If it could happen to Fugazzie, […]

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