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The Power of Second Opinions

By Samantha Manns, Marketing Specialist

More and more studies are finding that second opinions of breast cancer diagnoses reduce the severity of the original examination. According to the Journal of the American College of Radiology, 51% of patients received a change in radiologic interpretation when scanned a second time.

A Beginner’s Guide to Terminal Cancer and End-of-Life Care

By Guest Blogger, Scott Sanders, of Cancer Well
Adapted by Samantha Manns, Marketing Specialist

There comes a time in the cancer journey when patients and families must plan for the future. There is no worse time to begin outlining advanced directives than when a disease metastasizes or another adverse health event changes treatment trajectory. I highly recommend giving yourself and your family the gift of solace during the difficult transition to end-of-life care by organizing your wishes well ahead of time.

Preparing for Oncology Costs Without Compromising on Quality of Life

By Guest Blogger, Scott Sanders, of Cancer Well
Adapted by Samantha Manns, Marketing Specialist

How to Choose a Medical Billing Company: Red Flags That Cause Concern

By Allison Scheier, Client Relationship Manager

Are you a medical practitioner or administrator looking for the right medical coding and billing solution to make your business thrive? There are so many potential partners in the market; it can be hard to know whom to trust. Before making any decisions, consider the following:

Putting Your CMS Dollars to Use

By: Sheryl Riley, Director of Clinical Programs

“There is no royal road to anything. One thing at a time, all things in succession. That which grows fast, withers as rapidly. That which grows slowly, endures.” – Josiah Gilbert Holland

Charge to Claim Lag Days and Their Impact on Practice Revenue

By Ramesh Leelasankar, RCM Manager

It’s a pleasant morning—the sun naturally wakes you up and you feel prepared for the day. Five more minutes couldn’t hurt…Until you finally look at your alarm clock. Oh no—how did you not hear it go off? You jump out of bed, rush to work, and miss an important deadline. Now your project plan is set back at least a few days and the frustration is setting in.