Comparing Radiology Billing – A Better Alternative

Posted on April 14, 2017 in General
When I was a young man, I was chosen to play in the Virginia High School All-Star game at Virginia Tech. The All-Star game drew from all leagues. AAA were the biggest schools, and A were the smallest. My high school team played in the middle league—AA. Naturally, it’s hard to assess how good you are with limited information. And, I had never played with, or against, the best. In ...Read More

A Radiology Billing Case Study – Is Above-Average Good Enough?

Posted on March 15, 2017 in General
I spent a lot of time analyzing reports for groups to determine how well their billing is being performed. Sometimes you get cases where it is obvious that there are serious issues. More times than not, however; you get a situation where things look average to above average. What are these people supposed to do? This is one of those cases. A group approached Dexios about a year and a ...Read More

A Radiology Billing Case Study

Posted on March 13, 2017 in General
It’s extremely easy for a radiology group to lose control of its billing operations. There are a few management and personnel circumstances which can prompt this to happen… The primary administrative person is overwhelmed, incompetent, uninformed on proper billing controls, or simply too trusting of those in charge of billing—any of these shortfalls can lead to a total loss of control. The group of radiologists are hands off, completely uninvolved ...Read More