Hawaii’s waitlisted patient problem costs the state more them $63 million per year, about $51 million of that comes from publicly funded programs.
Florida’s trauma response fee is significantly higher than Medicare’s recommended $1,000 price per visit.
In Florida alone, Medicare fraud accounts for at least $3 to $4 billion, the national total is $68 billion.
One hospital chain may be fined millions of dollars if they are found guilty for committing health care fraud.
Research found that the number of health care fraud incidents increased by 3 percent in 2013.
Medical specialists may experience a backlog of bills in 2014 when patients realize that the price from some procedures may set them back hundreds of dollars.
The financial cost of uncompensated care in the United States rose by 11.7 percent in the United States during 2012.
Office disorganization can be more than just a nuisance—it can be expensive.
The nature of health care billing requires workflow efficiency, and any mistakes made in the billing or accounts receivable process could have a drastic impact on the relationship between an organization and its patient.