Electronic transaction toolkits for administrative simplification
Find resources to help physicians efficiently and successfully manage payment-related interactions with health insurers.
3 keys to getting paid and thriving in private practice
So you’ve decided an employment setting isn’t the right fit for you? That makes close attention to payment an even bigger priority.
Physicians protected from health plan credit card fees
Three-year advocacy effort pays off as CMS explicitly spells out what payers must do regarding virtual credit card and EFT payments to physicians.
Virtual credit cards could be costing you 5% of your payments
More health plans are paying claims with virtual credit cards (VCC). Physicians might not be aware of hidden fees which could be costing you 5% of your payments. You may be losing a significant amount of your contractual payments to high interchange fees charged by the credit card company.
Help the AMA advocate for fairness in physician payment methods
An increasingly common payment method among health insurers could be racking up fees for your medical practice. Find out how you can help the AMA secure more fairness in electronic health insurer payments.
How we're making it easier to get paid
As managing partner of my practice, I know firsthand the many challenges physicians face in the day-to-day business of keeping a medical practice afloat.
Footing bill for insurers' pay methods shouldn't fall on doctors
An increasingly common payment method among health insurers offers these companies significant financial rewards while sticking physicians with all the associated fees and extra work.
3 things physicians can do to avoid high virtual credit card fees
If your practice accepts virtual credit card payments from health plans, you may be losing a significant amount of your contractual payments to high interchange fees. Fortunately, there are three steps you can take to make sure you aren’t paying unnecessary charges.
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