Your Practice's Missing Piece


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September 01, 2017

The O&P Edge: The Right Employees In The Wrong Positions

Do you have good employees who are not performing at the level you expect? Have you described an employee as dependable, smart, and motivated, but found that the employee did not excel in his or her job? Have you ever thought that maybe it was not the employee but the position that was the problem?

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August 03, 2017

Portsmouth Herald: CBS Expands Into Portsmouth, NH

The ever-changing landscape of health care has not only fueled recent growth of CBS Medical Billing & Consulting, it has presented the company with the additional challenge of keeping current with rapidly evolving health care policies. From billing and collection to Medicare and compliance, CBS calls itself the “missing piece” for medical practices looking for a navigator around the rocky shoals of national health policies often complicated by partisan politics. It provides full service practice management and medical billing and compliance services for health care providers.

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July 01, 2017

The O&P Edge: We Must Be the Experts

I woke up with great expectations, excited to see some long-time friends from the profession, obtain clarification on billing and coding questions that come up in the office, and meet some new people. I was attending a full-day Medicare seminar on durable medical equipment, prosthetics, orthotics, and supplies (DMEPOS), and I walked away with an article topic.

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May 01, 2017

The O&P Edge: Who Have You Inspired Lately?

In this month's article, I would like to step away from O&P and talk about the power of inspiration. My goal is to inspire you to bring out the best in your employees, your patients, your colleagues, and yourself.

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March 01, 2017

The O&P Edge: Best Practices: How to Assess Accounts Receivable

Your accounts receivable (AR) are the heartbeat of your practice, and keeping a finger on the pulse is imperative to the health of your company. A bounced check or financial pressures should not be the triggers spurring you to look at your AR reports. Instead, your AR reports should be reviewed, updated, and monitored continually. Monitoring your AR regularly gives you the advantage of identifying trends and proactively fixing common issues that can cause a dangerous bottleneck in cash flow if gone unnoticed.

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