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7 benefits of outsourcing your Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) 
Outsourcing RCM can be a cost-effective option for healthcare providers to reduce administrative burdens, save costs, and increase revenue.
Urology Medical Laser Continues Gaining Popularity among Urologists and Patients 
The global urology medical lasers market size will increase from $0.97 billion in 2022 to $1.01 billion in 2023. Learn more about its benefits and advantages for urologists and patients.
4 questions to ask your medical coding partner
Previously, at Health Prime, we have discussed questions you should ask your medical coding partner. Read other bonus workflow questions that you should take into consideration.
4 tips for medical practices to negotiate contracts with pro payers 
Improve your negotiation skills to get the best out of the pro-payer contract and drive the best outcomes for your medical practice.
“Pandemic is Over Act” Seeks to Oficially End the Public Health Emergency (PHE) 
Rep. Guthrie and other House Republicans introduced legislation to end the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PHE).  
States Expanded 2022 Medicaid Telehealth Services for Behavioral Health, according to a Recent Report 
The Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) released two new reports regarding Medicaid programs and the expansion of telehealth for behavioral health services.  
Why should you outsource your patient’s eligibility and benefits process? 
Outsourcing your eligibility and benefits process can help you improve claims acceptance, speed the payment process and reduce expenses.
What you need to know about the 2023 CMS Physician Fee Schedule 
Get ready for the 2023 CMS Physician Fee Schedule to get properly paid and optimize collections. Read a review of this final rule to understand the major updates and policy changes for the new year.
Telehealth has not Led to Over-utilization of Primary Care, according to a Recent Study 
According to a recent study, telehealth reduces primary care spending, as it has been associated with lower department utilization and inpatient hospitalizations.  
Healthcare spending grew 2.7% to reach $4.3 trillion in 2021 
According to a Health Affairs study, healthcare spending in 2021 was slower than in 2020, with a 2.7% increase percent.