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Sunknowledge Services Inc is a complete revenue cycle management destination. Over the last 15 years, we have earned a unique edge by working with both the payer and provider side of the healthcare business. We are helping our clients become more profitable by reducing their operating and capital costs. By leveraging our skilled people, data-driven processes, and cutting-edge technology, we are enabling our clients to focus on their core function – patient care. We take pride in our ability to extend complete medical billing support as an extension of our clients’ operations. Headquartered in New York, we implement the right practice management processes to deliver specific and measurable outcomes that matter to you.
We are currently serving leading providers across:
DME, HME, Orthotics & Prosthetics, Hospitals, Urgent Care, Skilled Nursing Facilities, Ambulatory Services, Specialty Clinics & Pharmacies, Physician Practices, Cardiology Nursing Homes, Dermatology Groups, Radiology Centers, Alcohol and Substance Abuse Rehab Centers, Mental Health, Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy and a lot more!
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LEVERAGE THE SUNKNOWLEDGE ADVANTAGE
It is true that unless you document the services correctly as an urgent care practice, capturing all the ancillary details and using the correct modifiers in the right section of the EMR , chances are you will sooner or later going to fall back with your reimbursement possibilities. Making sure that your claims are clean
A supplier of any orthotics items which is not OTS orthotic has to be in compliance with Appendix C of the quality standards of DMEPOS product line. It specifies that a supplier has to have specific education experience and training in fitting with prior certification and licensing. It is important to note that the two
Utilization of respiratory equipments especially oxygen concentrators and ventilators increased due to the impact of the pandemic. Particularly for codes like E0466 right from 2016 to 2020, the expenditure on this code increased from $217,379,582 to $466,715,153 which is around 114.7%. Likewise from 2019 to 2020, the total expenditure of Medicare on E1390 increased from
The Council for Quality Respiratory Care has been asking the stakeholders of the industry to contact CMS and standardize the requirements of paperwork for home oxygen coverage. CMS has indicated that physicians will be demanded to extend their medical records instead of a form use with the information needed by CMS to pay the claim.