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How CMS Changes has Impacted Urgent Care Coding

The recent changes with CMS coding has actually had a hugeinfluence on urgent care centers. The providers at present have to document more of processes and also the new guidelines code levels with design. Current coding with diagnosis for this pandemic and the confirmed cases has to be coded with ICD U07.1.  

Any signs and symptoms with no definitive diagnosis have tobe reported with code for each presented problem. Finding a team acclimatized with E/M coding guidelines will be extremely helpful to evaluate any urgent care claim.  

As an urgent care center, you need a dedicated partner thatcan help in reducing all your backlogs and finding trust. A serious urgent care coding partner will invest a lot and can actually revamp your collections as a dedicated extension of your existing operations. At the end of the day, you need someone that can help you in reducing your surging costs by adding true value. 

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As a dedicated extension of your urgent care coding mandates, we deliver actionable support and eliminate any practice management worries that hamper your reimbursements. We believe in delivering excellence and know how to eradicate your challenges with denials by making your urgent care coding all the more transparent.  

With over 100 clients all across the urgent care space, wedefine your ROI possibilities like no other. Our niche presence, capability tounderstand your front end challenges makes us a perfect destination to deliver it all. At just $7 per hour, our consistency, proficiency across software systems separates us from the rest. 

Talk to us and get to know why we are unique in the world ofurgent care coding. We deliver uncompromising support in your diagnosis and procedural codes and know how to define your revenue cycle management possibilities.  

Our experts will be happy to give you a completedemonstration on how we extend precise value and that too at next door rates.We promise to reduce your overall costs in operations by almost 70% even at these testing times of labor shortage and supply constraints. 

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