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Our Partnership Coding reduces inaccuracies and other claims issues due to poor quality medical coding. KIWI-TEK is one of the leading medical coding companies in the U.S. Our experienced professionals have provided reliable, round-the-clock medical coding services for hospitals and practices since 2002. Get the speed and accuracy you need to better serve your patients today.
As a domestic medical coding company, KIWI-TEK provides a coding partnership solution tailored to the needs of your hospital. You talk. We listen. Then, we work to create a customized solution with specialists who understand your commitment to coding integrity and positive outcomes.
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A recent KIWI-TEK brief shed light on how frequently EHRs cause reimbursement backlogs and the magnitude at which they do so. This blog post expands upon that theme, offering three real-life examples of EHRs causing errors in hospital billing departments through increased claims rejections and denials.
Denied claims are a major issue faced by virtually every healthcare organization. Minimizing and managing denials is of the upmost importance, as unchecked denials wreak havoc on a hospital’s financial well-being. While some denials are inevitable, healthcare providers must do everything they can on the front-end to catch improper coding issues and prevent denied claims.
Though the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) was passed by Congress in 1996, it wasn’t until 2003 that the first national data privacy and security rules were issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). These include the Privacy Rule, Security Rule and Enforcement Rule.