Billing


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Billing

1. The process by which a seller sends demands for payment to one or more buyers. Billing may occur once if the buyer pays in full, or it may occur regularly (such as once a month) in an installment plan.

2. A department in a company that deals with billing.
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To prepare your facility for billing compliance, look at the charge structure for ancillary services and products.
"Smart screens" that automatically fill in all known patient data from other screens-plus an intuitive approach that allows standard patient charting and links all patient care activity to the billing and reporting modules-provide an easy-to-use interface that eliminates duplicate data entry, while providing automatic accounting and reporting across functions.
The hourly billing rates imply a certain level of professional knowledge by the professionals designated to perform the assigned tasks.
Involves itemizing a series of tests that are all done on a single sample; for example, billing separately each of the 12 individual tests of an SMA-12 panel instead of billing the single CPT code established for an SMA-12.
The DEP has introduced the multi-family conservation program that can be used in lieu of frontage and meter billing. The incentive for this program is that there is one flat rate used per apartment per year.
It is known that a controversial point in the draft Program Memorandum was the inclusion in Consolidated Billing of all hospital outpatient services provided to a SNF/NF Medicare resident.
Alan Accountant set his employee billing rates using the following method:
Even billing errors or misinterpretation of a regulation is enough to prompt an investigation under the Act.
Stewart declared, "That's just where I want to be." To improve the firm's revenues, Stewart has been considering billing on a per-form basis rather than charging a set fee for each tax return.
Computerized billing statements utilized by the landlord's counsel, which sufficiently particularized the services performed and the time incurred, were acceptable as proof of the services rendered.
A billing clerk simply does not have the knowledge or experience to assume full responsibility for proper coding.
As sole practitioners begin to offer new services, they may have to employ more than one billing practice.