By: Jeremy Linder | Jul 4, 2013 Reagent rental programs allow budget-conscious labs to utilize advanced medical equipment without having to pay for it upfront. The capital costs are included in the cost of the reagent.
By: S M Ali | Apr 8, 2013 Workers compensation insurance, more commonly referred to as "workers' comp" is a type of coverage that is required by law for all but the smallest of employers in almost every state. It used to be called Workman's Comp, and the term is still frequently used casually, but the program has been formally renamed to be more inclusive.
By: Andersen Keen | Dec 18, 2012 Business acumen is something that is generally lacking amongst health care professionals, particularly doctors or physicians. Physicians are primarily driven by clinical excellence, which they believe it to be pivotal to their existence, growth and credibility amongst the patient community.
By: Andersen Keen | Dec 12, 2012 The origin of medical billing practices in the U.S. can be traced back to the 1960s when Medicare was introduced as a parallel to cash-based medical services. Since then, insurance-backed medical service has grown enormously, and two-third of the total physicians’ fees is routed through insurance of some form or the other.
By: Andersen Keen | Dec 1, 2012 Choice of a profession is determined by its stability against job market fluctuation, potential growth and monetary rewards. Medical billing and coding profession seem to be one those few professions that possess all these attributes.