According to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), G-codes are “used to report a beneficiary’s functional limitation being treated and note whether the report is on the beneficiary’s current status, projected goal status, or discharge status.” CMS uses these codes to track information about Medicare beneficiaries’ “function and condition.”
The 8-Minute Rule or “Rule of Eights” can be tricky if you don’t know the basics. Unfortunately, this “transaction” is a little more complex than purchasing your morning coffee.
Private practice owners who are busy treating patients, managing their business and handling paperwork (oh, and not to mention juggling your personal life too) are faced with a billing issues that can be frightening.
There are so many things that can make or break your private practice. One of them is patient collections. It is extremely important to have a full-proof system when it comes to collecting payments for your services. Whether it be collecting from insurance companies or patients, every detail counts!