If the patient in Question 9 has only Medicare coverage, your office will have to bill the patient for the amount of A. $125. C. $300. B. $175. D. $625.

36,109 results
  1. History

    1. What is a main difference in powers among the branches of the federal government? A. whether its officers can be impeached B. the length of terms of office C. the ability to pass laws without the consent of other branches D. whether they make new laws

  2. US History

    One notable difference between the passage of Medicare (1965) and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (2010) was the lack of ______. A. bipartisan support for the 2010 Act B. bipartisan support for the 1965 Act C. media coverage given to the

  3. Social studies

    Which of the following is an example of an analogy? A) The results of this survey showed that people like our product more than our competitor's product. B) There is a national trend toward healthier eating; as a result we should see an increase in the

  4. Medical Assistant

    A 66-year-old Medicare patient came to the office for his annual physical. He has past history of hypertension, controlledy by medication, and new complsints of dizziness and tiredness. During the course of the examination the physician found BP of

  5. medical

    Evaluation and Management Coding Practice: S: Monica Sullivan was seen in the office by Dr. White on 12/13 for the second time. She presented with a chief complaint of dizziness and weakness; she stated that she wanted to have her blood pressure checked.

  6. Criminal Justice/White Collar Crime

    Excessive billing can take several forms. What are retainers? A. Patients paying directly for services such as calls, refills, and conferences that Medicare considers covered. B. Contracts for services that exceed Medicare limits. C. Up-front fees for

  7. medical billing

    What may lead to claim denials or improper service reimbursement? A. Inaccurate physician documentation B. Updated ICD-9-CM codes C. HCPCS codes on outpatient surgeries D. Reporting of multiple APGs 5. You're switching jobs on Monday. Which Act was

  8. database

    ERD of _ A patient can make many appointments with one or more doctors in the clinic, and a doctor can accept appointments with many patients. However, each appointment is made with only one doctor and one patient. _ Emergency cases do not require an

  9. Medical Billing & Coding

    1. You're an outpatient coder in Dr. Smith's office. When you code procedures, you're probably using _______ codes. A. ICD-10-CM B. ICD-9-CM C. HCPCS D. CPT ANSWER 2. You're a coder who's reviewing the record of a 62-year-old woman who was admitted to the

  10. insurance prep

    1. The information for Blocks 1 9 on the CMS-1500 can be obtained Customer Question Ask your own question now > 1. The information for Blocks 1–9 on the CMS-1500 can be obtained from the A. ledger card. B. medical treatment record. C. confidential

  11. PHI

    4. Reporter: A new campaign finance reform bill being considered by Congress would limit the amount of campaign contributions that political candidates can receive. However, a survey of candidates running for mayor, governor, and senate seats shows that

  12. medical billing

    2. Mr. B is an 82-year-old retired railroad worker who is having a mole removed at his physician's office. The physician's office is probably billing which of the following? A. Medicare Part D B. Medicare Part C C. Medicare Part A D. Medicare Part B

  13. Allied Health

    Which one of the following is an example of a leading question? A.What time did you administer the medication? B. How long have you worked at the West End Hospital? C. Did you see Dr. Martin in the patient's room on the morning of question? D. Isn't it

  14. Medical Billing and Coding

    1. You're an outpatient coder in Dr. Smith's office. When you code procedures, you're probably using _______ codes. A. ICD-10-CM B. ICD-9-CM C. HCPCS D. CPT ANSWER 2. You're a coder who's reviewing the record of a 62-year-old woman who was admitted to the

  15. Medical Billing

    Mrs. F is a 72-year-old retired school teacher who is hospitalized for pneumonia. What is most likely being used to pay for her hospital stay? A. Medicare Part B B. Medicare Part C C. Medicare Part D D. Medicare Part A

  16. Health Essay

    Directions : Describe your initial thoughts regarding physicians’ ability to deny medical care to Medicaid patients. Do you believe all facilities and providers should be required to accept Medicaid recipients? Explain your answer. Make sure Word count

  17. HIT 212

    A 58 yr old patient with rectal bleeding was seen in the office of a gastroenterologist provide advice about this case. The specialist conducted a comprehensive history and exam, and medical decision making was high. The consultant documented his findings

  18. Medical coding and Billing

    Which of the following might constitute breach of patient-doctor confidentiality? A. Medical assistant phones patient to convey test results B. Medical assistant looks at patient’s medical records C. Receptionist with no medical training makes

  19. Critical Thinking

    When the interests of politicians or big business moguls coincide with those of the masses which of the following is the consequence? coverage of events will be leaked coverage of events will be automatic coverage of events will be cancelled coverage of

  20. law and ethics in allied health

    The Patient Self-Determination Act requires all hospitals that receive Medicare and Medicaid funding to

  21. Please help with MATH

    Al and Bill live at opposite ends of the same street. Al had to deliver a parcel to Bill’s home, Bill one at Al’s home. They started at the same moment, each walked at constant speed and returned home immediately after leaving the parcel at its

  22. Grammar

    True or False Is the following sentence properly functuated. The young appearing patient went to the doctor's office. Answer is FALSE My question is WHY? - Is it BAD sentence structure - we have ruled out that the apostrope is CORRECT. Should there be a

  23. human services

    What are ethical dilemmas in medicare, medicaid, family planning, patient privacy, and privatilization?

  24. grammar

    The patient’s first visit, to the office, was for lower back pain.

  25. medical law & ethics

    you overhear a fellow office assistant say to his friend about a patient,"He looks like he's wasting away-he probably has AIDS" the patient may have cause for __________ aginst this co worker. A breach,B slander ,C libel ,D assault. i think ans. is B

  26. hcr/220

    Part One of Two: Ø Resources: Appendix A, Appendix C, and Table 8.3 on pp. 258-259 of Medical Insurance Ø Due Date: Day 7 [Assignments section] January 16, 2011 A 67-year-old Medicare patient presents to the office, exhibiting symptoms of HIV infection.

  27. mathematics

    In one month the reading on an office electricity meter changes from 9883 to 11146. (a)How many units of electricity did the office use? (b)The monthly PHCN tariff is 262 naira (demand charge) plus 9.70 naira per unit.What is the total charge for the

  28. government

    The ban on quartering soldiers in civilian homes without consent is an illustration of the fact that A. the Bill of Rights required Congress to elaborate. B. the Bill of Rights depended heavily on the compliance of states. C. the Bill of Rights was written

  29. General

    I have to answear this question on of my papers. Need help Office 2007 has a new look and feel from previous versions of Office. What changes do you like or dislike about the new interface? i haven't used 0ffice 2007 yet. so can one please help me on this

  30. writing

    Write about what happens during a doctor¡¯s or dentist¡¯s visit. Describe what patients do when they arrive at the office. Give information about what the nurse or dental assistant does before the doctor or dentist sees the patient. Tell about what the

  31. Insurance Forms

    I need help with a few questions. Could you let me know if I'm going in the right direction. 1- CHAMPVA would be considered a primary payer for a patient who has ______ coverage. A- Medicaid B- fee-for-service C- Medicare D- SSI Answer: A 2- You should

  32. English

    One person went to the dentist's. The dentist pulled out a tooth, so the patient screamed. Because of that two other patients left the dentist's. The patient got the bill. The bill was so high. He called the dentist and said 'It is too expensive.'.......

  33. hum/176

    post a 150- to 300-word response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply: Has the explosion of available information made media coverage better or worse? How did the Fairness Doctrine affect media coverage, and are you for its revival or

  34. medical billing and coding from Penn Foster

    Give an example of a conversation between the person answering the phone at a dr's office and the patient who called could create a contract, (demonstrating the knowledge of contract law and agency law).. thanks for any help with this question

  35. health

    What is an example of a patient in crisis? A. A patient who is happily married B. A patient who recently earned a promotion at work C. A patient who recently lost his or her job D. A patient who started a new exercise regimen c?

  36. Medical Billing and Coding

    The patient is seen by his family physician for follow-up treatment of recently diagnosed asthmatic bronchitis. The physician's fee is $75. The patient's copayment is $20, and the patient is not required to pay any additional amount to the provider. The

  37. finance

    if you're paying a bill for the office which has 5%, 10 days stamped across it, how much would you write a check for if you were paying a $100 bill 6 days from the date of invoice?a.$90, b.$100, c.$95, d.$105

  38. insurance

    If the patient in Question 9 has only Medicare coverage, your office will have to bill the patient for the amount of A. $125. C. $300. B. $175. D. $625.

  39. computer science

    Using the Crow’s Foot notation, create an ERD that can be implemented for a medical clinic, using the following business rules:  A patient can make many appointments with one or more doctors in the clinic, and a doctor can accept appointments with many

  40. hcr 230

    I was hoping someone could look over my paper and tell me if I am answering correctly the questions below. For patient billing to be operative, dependable financial procedures and policies need to be in order to clarify to the patients what is their

  41. social health

    If I claimed $800 to my medicare insurance and only $625 was approved, How much will the office actually received from medicare?

  42. health

    Mary Happens is an 82-year-old Hispanic patient who has been admitted to the hospital. She has Medicare and Medicaid. What demographic factors should be considered in providing this patient health care? What is the effect of culture on prevention and use

  43. law and ethics in allied health

    the patient self determation act requires all hospitals that receive medicare and Medicaid funding to a.document whether a patient has an advance medical directive b.encourage all terminal patients to file a living will with the state my answer is b

  44. Medical billing and coding

    Tina and Seth are discussing the centers for medicare and medicaid services. Tina says the CMS focuses on campaigns to educate medicare beneficiaries on health care coverage options. Seth says the CMS focuses on new and expanded customer service options.

  45. reimbursement methodologies

    Can anyone please assist me, I need the anwser to this question-- Mrs. Hall was admitted to the hospital for the first time this year on September 15. On September 25, she was transferred to a skilled nursing facility where she stayed until October 30. She

  46. History of Health Care Reimbursement System

    I included the answers below but i don't know if my answers are correct please send me your opinions. thanks 1.By creating a committee on social welfare, the American Association of Labor Legislation helped to A. Decrease public hospital costs. B.

  47. Medical Codding and Billing

    Will someone please help me with these two question. #1 You're an inpatient coder in a hospital. You've just coded a Medicare Part A record with a diagnosis-related group (DRG )reinbursement of $12,000. You notice in the hospital's computer billing system

  48. Medical Codding and Billing

    #1 You're an inpatient coder in a hospital. You've just coded a Medicare Part A record with a diagnosis-related group (DRG) reinbursement of $12,000. You notic in the hospital's computer billing system that the patient's charges are $19,500. That's $7,500

  49. medical

    You need to speak to someone about additional coverage to Medicare Parts A and B. Which of the following organizations should you contact? A. TRICARE C. CHAMPVA B. Blue Cross and Blue Shield D. Indian Health Service

  50. health

    You need to speak to someone about additional coverage to Medicare Parts A and B. Which of the following organizations should you contact? A. TRICARE b. Blue Cross and Blue Shield C. CHAMPVA D. Indian Health Service

  51. Financing the Mission of Healthcare

    I need your analysis of two Medicare initiatives. First, Medicare keeps threatening to cut physician payments. Give me the history of this threat and what you think physicians will do in reaction. Second, is it true that Medicare will no longer pay for

  52. medical billing and coding

    which of the following is an expanded option for participation in private health care plans? A-medicare part A. B-Medicare part B. C- medicare advantage or D- medigap

  53. Health

    You're an inpatient coder in a hospital. You've just coded a Medicare Part A record with a diagnosis-related group reimbursement of 12,000. You notice in the hospital's computer billing system that the patient's charges are 19,500. That's 7,500 more than

  54. Law

    Which one of the following is an example of a leading question? A. What time did you administer the medication? B. How long have you worked at West End Hospital? C. Did you see Dr. Martin in the patient’s room on the morning in question? D. Isn’t it

  55. Health care

    Please check my answer thanks :) Your neice may be eligible for health care coverage under the State Children's Health Insursnce Program. Where should your neice first start reveiwing eligibilty requirements ? 1. Social Services 2. The centers of Medicare

  56. Please help with MATH

    Al and Bill live at opposite ends of the same street. Al had to deliver a parcel to Bill’s home, Bill one at Al’s home. They started at the same moment, each walked at constant speed and returned home immediately after leaving the parcel at its

  57. Reimbursement Methodologies

    I have done my research for the following questions but I was hoping someone could check and tell me how I did. Part A: Answer each of the following questions in a short paragraph. 1. You're the new director of a hospital health information management

  58. medical transcription

    The young appearing patient went to the doctor's office.

  59. Statistics

    An auditor reviewed 25 oral surgery insurance claims from a particular surgical office, determining that the mean out-of-pocker patient billing above the reimbursed amount was $275.66 with a standard deviation of $78.11. (a)at the 5% level of significance,

  60. English

    COMMUNITY WEST HOSPITAL EMERGENCY.....632-3396 Main number 2800E. 50th........632-2291 Billing statements.......632-2273 Family planning....632-7606 Human Resources: Employment verification 10-11am &1:30- 2:30pm....632-2112 Inpatient...632-2219

  61. Math/Health

    I was wondering if someone could please help me this is really making me go crazy please check my answers thank you Paul Smith was admitted to the hospital for the first time this year on Sept 15. On Sept 25 he was transferred to a SNF where he stayed

  62. finance

    if you're paying a bill for the office which has 5%, 10 days stamped across it, how much would you write a check for if you were paying a $100 bill 6 days from the date of invoice?a.$95, b.$100, c.$95, d.$105

  63. Meical Office procedures

    I don't know if anyone is familiar with this or not, but i just need someones opinion. I have a critical thinking question and if a patient paid the office $125 for a bill; however the office then realized the insurance already paid $112 dollars. When the

  64. health care admin.

    what are some assistance plans human resources for a health care administrator should have in the company's strategic plan? The obvious ones (obvious to me, that is!) are ~~medical coverage for the employee, with buy-in possibilities for employee's family

  65. Medical billing and coding

    What option of Medicare is known as supplemental medical insurance coverage? A)Medicare Part C B)Medicare Part A C)Medicare Part D D)Medicare Part B

  66. Reimbursement methodologies

    Which insurance coverage was created to allow coverage for options that are not covered under Medicare A & B

  67. Healthcare reimbursement

    A 66-year-old Medicare patient came to the office for his annual physical. He has past history of hypertension, controlledy by medication, and new complsints of dizziness and tiredness. During the course of the examination the physician found BP of

  68. Law and ethics in Med

    please check my answers thanks :) Question: Give an example of how a coversation between the person answering at a doctor'd office and the patient who called could create a contract. demonstrating the use of contract and agency law. My answer is ... An

  69. iNTRO TO HEALTH CARE

    Mary Happens is an 82-year-old Hispanic patient who has been admitted to the hospital. She has Medicare and Medicaid. What demographic factors should be considered in providing this patient health care? What is the effect of culture on prevention and use

  70. health

    Although hospital inpatient records have traditionally served as the documentation source and business record for patient care information. a.all patient records contain similar content and format features. b.alternate care facility records serve as the

  71. Medical Billing and Coding

    What are the two categories of commercial insurance? A)Point Of Service and HMO B)Medicare and Medicaid C)Private (individual) and employer-based (group) D)Medicare A and Medicare B

  72. History of health care

    Please check my answer thanks :) If you need to talk to someone about getting additional coverage to Medicare Parts A and B what organization should you contact ? I am not to sure is it Blue cross and Blue Shield

  73. critical thinking

    When the interests of politicians or big business moguls coincide with those of the masses which of the following is the consequence? Answer coverage of events will be slanted coverage of events will be automatic coverage of events will be cancelled

  74. History of Health Care Reimbursement System

    I included the answers below but i don't know if my answers are correct please send me your opinions. thanks 1.By creating a committee on social welfare, the American Association of Labor Legislation helped to A. Decrease public hospital costs. B.

  75. Medical Assisting

    A. Mary needs Medicaid coverage. Where should she start looking for information to determine her eligibility? A. the local hospital social services department B. her employer C. the federal government web site D. the state in which she lives. B. Your niece

  76. reimbursement methodologies

    Could someone check my answers to see if they are correct. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.. Mrs. Hall was admitted to the hospital for the first time this year on September 15. On September 25, she was transferred to a skilled nursing facility

  77. health

    What do JCAHO standards deal with? What do HIPAA guidelines deal with? How do HIPAA rules protect patient healthcare information in a medical office setting ? What does OSHA stand for ? What do OSHA regulations deal with ? What does QA stand for ? What are

  78. American National Government

    Can someone please help with this question? It has three parts to the question. 1.Is it easy or difficult to pass a bill? 2. What are some advantages of passing legislation quickly? 3. What are some disadvantages of passing legilation quickly? I have an

  79. Health care

    Please check my answer thanks :) You need to speak to someone about additional coverage to Medicare Parts A and B Blue Cross and Blue Shield would be the best organization to contact. True or False I picked True

  80. Statistics

    In 1990, the average annual Medicare spending per enrollee was $3267; in 2003, the average annual Medicare spending per enrollee was $6883. Supposed you hired a consulting firm to take a sample of fifty 2003 Medicare emrollees to further investigate the

  81. Media Influences on America

    Bill Goodykoontz states that media and popular culture often understand society better than straight coverage. Why is this so? Can you name any examples?

  82. health

    The patient, 78-year-old female with NIDDM, is seen in the physician’s office today for evaluation of a left heel wound. After evaluation, the physician diagnosed the patient with diabetic foot ulcer due to peripheral vascular disease. The physician

  83. political science

    I have no clue on this one!!!! Bill Clinton's focus on domestic issues, what was NOT part of his "E2M2" campaign? A.Medicare B.Economy C.Education D.Energy

  84. Health

    You're an inpatient coder in a hospital. You've just coded a Medicare Part A record with a diagnosis-related group reimbursement of 12,000. You notice in the hospital's computer billing system that the patient's charges are 19,500. That's 7,500 more than

  85. clinical studies

    ok so to summarise the task i have to consider scenario where the patient comes to you, you gave her all the medications that normally would work 100% on all patients, yet here it has no effect. Its obvious the patient didn't stick to the treatment you

  86. law

    Which one of the following is an example of a leading question? A. What time did you administer the medication? B. How long have you worked at West End Hospital? C. Did you see Dr. Martin in the patient’s room on the morning in question? D. Isn’t it

  87. law

    Which one of the following is an example of a leading question? 1. What time did you administer the medication? 2. How long have you worked at West End Hospital? 3. Did you see Dr. Martin in the patient's room on the morning in question? 4. Isn't it true

  88. MEDICAL CODING AND BILLING

    THIS IS A QUESTION FROM PENN FOSTERS FINAL EXAM 40976200 NUMBER 4 ON PART B. YOU'RE AN INPATIENT CODER IN A HOSPITAL. YOU'VE JUST CODED A MEDICARE PART A RECORD WITH A DIAGNOSTIC-RELATED GROUP (DRG) REIMBURSEMENT OF $12000. YOU NOTICE IN THE HOSPITAL'S

  89. Business Communications - English 101

    Last one.... please check grammar/punctuation. Thanks!!!! You need to know some important information regarding medication you’re currently taking. After we reviewed our records, we find that approval for coverage of your medication, Nexium 40MG, is

  90. government

    The ban on quartering soldiers in civilian homes without consent is an illustration of the fact that A. the Bill of Rights required Congress to elaborate. B. the Bill of Rights depended heavily on the compliance of states. C. the Bill of Rights was written

  91. reimbursement methodologies

    I read over my answers and re-done them, could someone please check them again for me.. Thanks in advance 1. By creating a committee on social welfare, the American Association of Labor Legislation helped to A. decrease public hospital costs. B. implement

  92. health

    Who determines what type of health coverage people get, who is covered, and limits of coverage?

  93. Health

    I Feel its B. Or D. Trcky question According to the AMA, what is a key reason behind a physician’s duty of confidentiality to a patient? A. The U.S. Constitution requires a physician’s confidentiality. B. The patient will feel more confident in

  94. Business

    Your sister wants to purchase Microsoft Office 2013 for her new laptop. She doesn’t want to pay for a subscription and she wants to pay the least amount of money possible. The applications she plans on using are Word, Excel, and Outlook. Which version of

  95. Physics

    Hospital patient. A 90.0 kg patient is suspended in a raised hospital bed as shown in the figure. The wire is attached to a brace on the patient's neck and pulls parallel to the bed, and the coefficients of kinetic and static friction between the patient

  96. Logic Research

    A new campaign finance reform bill being considered by Congress would limit the amount of campaign contributions that political candidates can receive. However, a survey of candidates runing for mayor, governor, and senate seats shows that not one of them

  97. Stats

    An auditor reviewed 25 oral surgery insurance claims from a particular surgical office, determining that the mean out-of-pocket patient billing above the reimbursed amount was $275.66 with a standard deviation of $78.11. (a) At the 5 percent level of

  98. Statistics

    An auditor reviewed 25 oral surgery insurance claims from a particular surgical office, determining that the mean out-of-pocket patient billing above the reimbursed amount was $275.66 with a standard deviation of $78.11. (a) At the 5 percent level of

  99. Reimbursement Methodologies

    Could someone please check my answers for me..Thanks 1. Mary needs Medicaid coverage. Where should she start looking for information to determine her eligibility? A. The local hospital social services department B. Her employer C. The federal government

  100. reimbursement methodologies

    Could someone please check my answers for me..Thanks 1. Mary needs Medicaid coverage. Where should she start looking for information to determine her eligibility? A. The local hospital social services department B. Her employer C. The federal government

Pages

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. 7
  8. 8
  9. 9
  10. 10
  11. 11
  12. 12
  13. 13
  14. 14
  15. 15
  16. 16
  17. 17
  18. 18
  19. 19
  20. 20