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Posted Jun 2, 2020

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The Impact of COVID-19 on the Healthcare Industry

We are undeniably in uncertain times and uncharted territories. The medical world and the world at large has been thrown into upheaval in an attempt to weather and survive the COVID19 pandemic. Arguably, no industry has been affected more so than the medical industry; even-more the musculoskeletal specialities such as orthopedics and radiology have been virtually shut down. Elective surgeries had been canceled to free up space for COVID-19 patients.

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COVID-19 Insurance Updates

Posted May 20, 2020

This is the latest information by the insurance companies updated June 17th, 2020.

We will be reviewing insurance carrier information each business day and update when applicable. These policies change constantly so we have included the websites for reference.

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Vaping-Related Illness and Injury: What Radiologists Should Know

Posted May 6, 2020

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Radiologists and healthcare providers of all kinds should always prioritize their awareness of illnesses or injuries that have begun to occur more frequently, whether the instances are being described as an “outbreak” or just as a trend that is increasing over time. One such example is the recent occurrences of cases of e-cigarette or vaping product use-associated lung injury, also known as EVALI. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently released an in-depth report focused on this outbreak, its evolution, and its potential causes, which can guide radiologists moving forward as they may be faced with cases of EVALI in their own practices. Keep reading to learn more about this illness and how radiologists can best serve patients with EVALI in 2020.

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CMS and ASC Changes to Come in 2020

Posted Apr 22, 2020

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As we are sure most healthcare providers come to expect, each new year brings new changes to codes, payment policies, and processes in the healthcare industry. On November 1st, CMS announced upcoming changes to payment policies, which were detailed in its 2020 Medicare Hospital Outpatient Prospective Payment System and ASC Payment System Final Rule. The final rule included many new details on processes that healthcare providers should be aware of, and at Healthcare Information Services, we want to keep you up to date so your practice can move confidently into the new year. Below, we have provided more details on some of the main points of the final rule. Keep reading to learn more and get informed so you can be as prepared as possible to adapt to these new changes.

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Surprise Billing Negotiations Continue in Congress

Posted Apr 22, 2020

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For those who work in the healthcare industry, surprise billing is not a new concept. This practice impacts patients seeking all types of medical attention, and has been a topic of discussion among lawmakers in recent months. Attention from both the federal government and healthcare stakeholders has propelled this issue into one that might soon have a resolution, because both the House Ways & Means Committee and other significant groups in Congress have been working to find a solution. Congress has been at a stalemate for months regarding this issue, but recent proposals have sparked a new wave of negotiations and conversations by lawmakers to come to a resolution before the December 20th deadline. Keep reading to learn more about this issue and where it currently stands in Congress.

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