Welcome to the latest edition of the PRL Newsletter. In this edition, we will cover several key updates that will impact your RevCycle. There is a 60-day grace period from October 1 to November 30 for providers to submit their required reporting for use of the Provider Relief Fund during Period 1. Beginning on January 1, 2022 both the No Surprises Act and the CMS Appropriate Use Criteria Program will be fully implemented. We also have several important company updates that will impact your account’s operations. As always, if you have questions regarding these updates, don’t hesitate to contact us.
In This Issue:
The No Surprises Act goes into effect on January 1, 2022. If you are not yet familiar with the new law and the changes it will bring to emergency care billing, take some time to read our extensive blog post.
The CMS Appropriate Use Program will be implemented on January 1, 2022. Understand what this program means for your CMS claims and access resources for additional information and preparation.
A 60 day grace period for submitting Provider Relief Fund Period 1 reporting requirements is in effect from October 1 through November 30. This will allow those who have not yet submitted their report to become fully compliant.
Beginning on January 1, 2022 all PRL clients will be required to use a communications portal for all correspondence moving forward. Learn about these improvements in communication and what to expect in the new year.
As Covid-19 continues to upend healthcare across the country, major insurers are now struggling with a significant backlog of owed payments to providers and hospitals. According to a recent article published by Kaiser Health...
On September 20, 2021, Physicians Resources LTD was officially relaunched as PRL. It’s the culmination of our evolution as a regional medical billing company into a national healthcare RevCycle management company.