Preparing for the future

When is it time to make changes to something that doesn’t need changing?  The obvious answer is, “you don’t change whats already working.”  In our case, we keep finding better ways to improve the software, not because we are trying to keep up with our competition, but to be better and better.  Our focus this year is on finding ways to improve cash collection management or to “accelerate” cashflow by automating more tasks that often go unresolved or missed when ...

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Finding the best software fit

If you’re looking for a modern software solution, what characteristics should you be looking for? I’d like to share some of what I see as important details that every business owner should be looking for in their next solution.

1. Simplicity in form, function and design. Not to be taken lightly is how individual users will interact with the software and how they perceive the the software helps them do their job. Overly complex software with many settings, capabilities that must ...

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Billing: Lock modifiers into your system

Q. How do modifiers work?

Ted Jones – Friday, February 24, 2017

A. It is said that “big things come in small packages.” This is true when it comes to modifiers. It’s hard to imagine that two digits can stop you from getting reimbursed on your expensive custom rehab chair or re-rental of lifesaving equipment, but it happens.

Let’s talk about modifiers ...

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Billing: Let system guide you

Q. How can ensure I am using the right tools for my company?

Ted Jones – Monday, April 24, 2017

A. Billing tools are available in abundance, but it’s imperative to find the solution that meets your internal needs. Only you know your team’s capability—daily load capacity, how much training/retraining is necessary and what their internal billing knowledge currently is.

The human component of billing ...

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Billing: Ensure biller capabilities

Q. What makes a good biller?

Ted Jones – Monday, January 30, 2017

A. The verb “make” implies constructing something by combining substances; and, that is exactly how to make a “good biller.” Good billers are observant, detail-oriented, able to communicate complex thoughts and ideas well, find solutions to complex problems and, most importantly, are studious.

In the world of billing there are many details ...

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Billing: Become a billing warrior

Q. How can I be more proactive with my accounts receivables?

Ted Jones– Monday, March 27, 2017

A. Aggressive accounts receivable management is serious business and keeping your A/R clean requires setting a very high but attainable bar. Start with a standard of achieving less than 60-days collection, forcing your team to look at internal processes causing claims to exceed that. On average, ...

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CAMPS 3rd Annual Fall Conference

Long Beach, Calif.

October 6, 2016

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Long Beach Yacht Club

2nd Floor Meeting Room

6201 E. Appian Way
Long Beach, CA 90803

CAMPS Fall Conference is the only in-state educational event for DME/HME providers for 2016.
We have brought together representatives from all the major healthcare partners. Take ...

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Revenue Acceleration and Backlog Reduction

Wed, 05/04/2016 – 9:00am

bflow Solutions, Inc. to hosts webinar on “Revenue Acceleration and Backlog Reduction” with bflow DME business management portal.

Wednesday, May 4, 2016, from 9:00AM to 10:30AM PST

Accelerate revenue with automated features that drive improved business performance.

Los Angeles, CA, April 27, 2016 (bflow Solutions, Inc.) ­­ “We are hosting a webinar to help address shrinking ...

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