• By Published On: March 28, 20221.2 min read

    Billing wound care supplies and debridement together can be tricky. It is essential that medical practices follow the following guidelines: 1. Billing Wound Read More →

  • By Published On: March 2, 20222.5 min read

    If you're a physician, there are many reasons why you should start a wound care practice. Not only is this an in-demand field, but Read More →

  • By Published On: February 23, 20223 min read

    Medical practices are often faced with the difficult task of managing their stock levels. It can be tricky to ensure that you have enough Read More →

  • By Published On: December 21, 20212.3 min read

    Very little time and attention is given to the subject of inventory. Neglected inventory causes missed opportunities and poor patient care. Too much inventory Read More →

  • By Published On: November 9, 20213.3 min read

    We all know that patients use their favorite physician, Dr. Google, to research their condition online. Recently, I had an electrical problem and researched Read More →

  • By Published On: August 20, 20212.7 min read

    Physicians ask me all the time how to start or continue dispensing wound care supplies. They want to start comprehensive care and provide a Read More →

  • By Published On: August 2, 20211.7 min read

    So, you have received a Medicare DME A6010 Audit. First, don't worry. If they are requesting one chart at a time, this is not Read More →

  • By Published On: June 18, 20211.6 min read

    When doctors ask how they can expand their practice without adding additional nail care patients, most of them cringe when I say to focus Read More →

  • By Published On: June 7, 20211.9 min read

    First off, you should never sell anything in your practice, you are not a salesperson, you are a physician. Everything you bring into your Read More →

  • By Published On: June 7, 20211.8 min read

    Providers often ask whether they are permitted to "waive" payments that are patient responsibility. Legal interpretation of Medicare guidelines usually results in the guidance Read More →