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MBC Helps Internal Medicine Specialists in Florida Tackle Medicare & Medicaid Fee Parity Initiative Challenges
Date:4/23/2013

WILMINGTON, Delaware, April 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Medicalbillersandcoders.com's internal medicine experts have recently witnessed an increasingly high demand for medical billing services in Florida.  MBC recognizes that this is partly due to several professional challenges intrinsic to the discipline, and also due to the fact that Florida is amongst the lowest paying states for Medicaid internal medicine specialist rates.

This dismal state of payment owes mainly to the fact (apart from Florida being a low fee center) that the services provided by internal medicine specialists come under Medicaid which involves much lower rates than Medicare. To bring about a balance between Medicare and Medicaid, medical authorities have equaled Medicaid rates with those of Medicare on a pilot basis applicable until December 2014.

But, alas, at a state level, this will significantly alter policies, claims systems, provider databases and data reporting. MBC realizes that these state-level policy and procedure alterations will drill down to change the way internal medicine specialists make claims and track claim-related documents. MBC has been helping many internal medical specialists in Florida to handle challenges arising from this new rate parity.

MBC noticed the following areas will be of prime concern for internal medicine specialists-

  • Only physicians practicing in certain areas of primary care (internal medicine specialists being one of them) qualify for the increased rates from Medicaid. Physicians have to fill out appropriate forms and furnish accurate documentation to establish the
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