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Press Release – Bristol Healthcare Expands its Prior Authorization / Gap Authorization Services Wing

Press Release on “ Bristol Healthcare Expands its Prior Authorization / Gap Authorization Services Wing” was published in www.issuewire.com on 18 November 2021.

Bristol Healthcare Expands its Prior Authorization / Gap Authorization Services Wing

Los Angeles, California Nov 18, 2021 (Issuewire.com)  – Bristol Healthcare Services, a medical billing and coding company located in Los Angeles, California, is pleased to announce the expansion of their prior authorization/gap authorization services wing.

Bristol Healthcare has been signing up more clients in the recent past who want prior authorization and gap authorization services. “With more clients requesting this particular service, we have decided to expand this wing to better serve our esteemed clients,” says Jay Ganesh, CEO of Bristol Healthcare Services. (more…)

Key Features to Look for in a Practice Management Software

Key Features to Look for in a Practice Management Software

Practices, whether large or small, would like to be free of tasks that suck their time and energy. Physicians would prefer investing their energy in delivering the finest patient care. Now technology has come to the aid of healthcare organizations and Practice Management Software (PMS) is one such tool. (more…)

Integration of EHR and Medical Billing Enhances Operational Efficiency and Financial returns

What is EHR and medical billing integration

Medical practices struggling with time and energy-consuming paperwork can achieve enhanced RCM metrics by adopting Electronic Health Records (EHR) and integrating EHR and medical billing. Electronic processing of the billing-related tasks, managing claims, payment processing and tracking/reporting problems can be made simpler, accurate and faster through integrated medical billing. EHR is becoming the norm across the healthcare industry, and EHR and medical billing integration is the way forward.

An integrated medical billing system must be able to lead to total automation in a practice. EHR integration requires the medical billing system to have the ability to build charts towards medical claims that include details of patient visits, diagnosis details, lab details, etc. This is to say, all operational dimensions of the practice must be successfully merged into the integrated medical billing solution.  (more…)