Vacation Coverage, Medical Leave Coverage,
and Backlog Coding

On occasion, practices find themselves without a coder due to vacations, illness/medical issues, or turnover. Their absence can create a backlog resulting in peaks and valleys in collections, claims being denied since they pass the timely filing due date, excessive overtime expenses, staff burnout and fatigue-related errors.

The Coding Network can help prevent or diminish your backlog and/or temporarily fill-in for your coder while they are out of the office. Since we do not require any minimums, The Coding Network can supplement your current coding efforts whenever the need arises. All you need to do is have a contract in place with us and when a coder is out or backlog arises (or better yet, before a backlog occurs), we can step in and help clear up your queue.

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Liberty Ambulance Service investigated for fraudulently billing federal agencies

July 12th, 2018|Comments Off on Liberty Ambulance Service investigated for fraudulently billing federal agencies

Liberty Ambulance Service, located in Jacksonville, has agreed to a $1.2 million settlement. This is in response to allegations that it, for more than 10 years, fraudulently billed federal health benefits providers for transportation of patients.

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Allstate Files $2M Suit

July 9th, 2018|Comments Off on Allstate Files $2M Suit

Allstate, one of the largest insurance companies in the world, has filed 81 fraud lawsuits in New York since 2003. Most recently, the company filed another suit against 13 new corporations. This has been an attempt […]

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Sanford Health to expand into Chicago market

July 6th, 2018|Comments Off on Sanford Health to expand into Chicago market

Five years after South Dakota-based Sanford Health failed to acquire Minneapolis-based Fairview Health Services, the 45-hospital system is looking to expand outside of state lines for the second time and eyeing potential opportunities in Chicago.

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FWC Urogynecology Agrees To Pay $1.7 Million in Settlement

July 6th, 2018|Comments Off on FWC Urogynecology Agrees To Pay $1.7 Million in Settlement

US Attorney Maria Lopez announced that FWC Urogynecology, LLC, in Florida, has agreed to pay the US $1,700,000.00 to resolve allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by knowingly billing the government for services […]