Welcome to Comprehensive Healthcare Revenue Management (CHRM)’s blog, where we will be keeping you up-to-date on the latest in medical revenue news. From changing regulations to the newest medical billing services and technology, Comprehensive Healthcare Revenue Management (CHRM) serve physicians, hospitals, free standing emergency rooms, oncologists, and orthopedists with outsourced medical billing. We focus on maximizing your revenue cycle, so you can focus on your patients. We reduce billing errors and denials, as well as submit claims timely and efficiently. When a claim is rejected, we immediately correct the error and resubmit so your revenue cycle is not noticeably impacted. CHRM is here for all your revenue cycle management needs. Contact us today!

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    What to Look for in a Medical Billing Company, Part 2

    Choosing an outsourced medical billing company is paramount to the success of your medical practice. After all, in order to help the most people, your medical practice needs to keep paying the bills and then some so you can invest in more equipment, more staff, and more services. Having your medical…Read More

  2. choosing a medical biller chrm

    What to Look for in a Medical Billing Company, Part 1

    Outsourcing medical billing is a must in this day and age. From focusing on patient care and experience to managing all of the back office paperwork and tests, most medical practices have enough to do without worrying about billing. Plus, errors in medical billing and coding are costly and result in…Read More

  3. Tips To Streamline Your Medical Billing Process

    Any good business is always looking for efficiencies and improvements to processes in order to stretch their dollars and improve their bottom lines. Medical billing companies are no exceptions. Comprehensive Healthcare Revenue Management is the best medical billing company. We are dedicated to helpi…Read More

  4. How Patients Can Improve the Medical Billing Process

    Medical billing is a daunting task. With so many medical codes to keep up with, the changing regulations and laws, and the fact that one minor switch in letters or numbers ends up with a denied claim, there is a strong argument to be made for outsourcing medical billing. Comprehensive Healthcare Rev…Read More

  5. How Medical Billing Can Help Grow Your Medical Practice

    Like all businesses, medical practices need to grow in order to account for attrition, such as deaths, patients moving away, or patients changing doctors. In this blog post by Comprehensive Healthcare Revenue Management (CHRM), we’ll review how outsourced medical billing can help your medical prac…Read More

  6. Steps to Simplify Your Medical Practice

    Wouldn’t the world be an ideal place if all you, as a physician, had to do was take care of patients? Instead of having the hassle of paperwork, claims, prescription drug headaches, and laws to abide by that govern your practice, you spent your entire day attending to the needs of others? Isn’t …Read More

  7. How to Reduce Medical Billing Errors

    We’re all human. We all make mistakes. What’s important is that we learn from the mistakes we make. Comprehensive Healthcare Revenue Management (CHRM) prides itself in minimizing mistakes made and learning from our mistakes. As a leader in medical billing, CHRM understands the costliness of medi…Read More

  8. What You Can Learn from Your Medical Billing Report

    As a physician, be it a family practitioner, an oncologist, an orthopedic surgeon, or an ER doctor, your life is busy. You probably work long hours, serving your patients and training staff. In addition to your family and outside hobbies, you might not have much free time. And in this precious free …Read More

  9. Why It’s Important to Understand Medical Billing

    Knowing how to do something doesn’t mean you have to do it. Many people know how to ride a bike, put together a puzzle, move furniture around your home, or mow your lawn; but you yourself don’t necessarily do these things. This same logic applies to medical billing and coding. Let’s face it, m…Read More