By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Bottom Line In most behavioral health and social service organizations, billing and reimbursement is akin to understanding Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. Caught up in a maze of “insurance speak,” the provider is left to fend for itself, getting through the gauntlet of phone numbers, voice activated prompts, and telephone computer decision trees. And yet, it must be addressed. Remember the Golden Rule: “He who owns the gold, rules.” The purpose for this column is to provide practical assistance and suggestions with . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Bottom Line In most behavioral health and social service organizations, billing and reimbursement is akin to understanding Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. Caught up in a maze of “insurance speak,” the provider is left to fend for itself, getting through the gauntlet of phone numbers, voice activated prompts, and telephone computer decision trees. And yet, it must be addressed. Remember the Golden Rule: “He who owns the gold, rules.” The purpose for this column is to provide practical assistance and suggestions with . . .
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