Availity Provider Directory Verification

Be sure to verify your provider data on Availity’s provider directory by March 31, 2018. If you have any questions reach out to your Availity authorized representative or us at any time! Availity is doing this every quarter, and we’re here to help you with it. As Availity says “CMS regulations require your payers to publish provider directories

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Florida Providers: proposed changes to 65D-30

As you may be aware, DCF has proposed a few major changes to rule 65D-30. 65D-30 is the part of the administrative code that covers licensing for treatment facilities. This is part of the major new law concerning substance abuse regulations, also known as HB-807, which was passed by the legislature last summer. HB-807 intends to strengthen DCF’s substance abuse

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Infinity’s October Update!

We hope those of you that attended Moments of Change enjoyed the plentitude of networking & fellowship opportunities, the breaking Palm Beach coastline, and snapping selfies with the friendly (up for debate) Foundations Robot, Max! On the healthcare front, another vote was postponed last week; legislators knew they were still lacking the support necessary to

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5 Questions to Ask Before Outsourcing your Addiction Treatment Billing

You’ve decided to outsource your behavioral health billing. That’s great news. Outsourcing lets you focus more on treatment and less on your back office processes. But, you’re not quite there yet. Select the wrong company and you could end up with more headaches than you have currently. There are a number of critical questions to

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Merger Mania in Medicine – What Will It Cost Us?

The federal government is currently debating whether the big six health insurance companies in the U.S. will soon become the big four. Aetna and Humana have announced plans to merge, as have Anthem and Cigna. The American Hospital Association and the American Medical Association strongly oppose the health insurance mergers, saying they will reduce competition in consumer markets. Meanwhile, healthcare provider groups continue

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