Helen Farnen

RXNT Cost of a Denial

The Financial Impact of Denied Claims: It’s Bigger Than You Think

The phrase “claim denied” is enough to stop any practice administrator or healthcare provider in their tracks. A denied claim doesn’t just mean time-consuming rework. It also means delayed or lost revenue and additional burdens on resources. While one claim denial may not appear to have much financial impact, the cumulative effect of these denials …

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Why Aren’t More Doctors Adopting EPCS? Here’s Why You Need This Feature

Fact: The DEA’s 2010 Electronic Prescribing for Controlled Substances (EPCS) ruling permitted pharmacies across the United States to receive and dispense electronic prescriptions.  Fact: EPCS regulations mitigate opioid-related deaths by reducing errors, prescription fraud, and “doctor shopping” for medications—while increasing prescription security and drug monitoring. Fact: E-prescribing reduces the time spent on each controlled substance …

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RXNT Patient Payments

Struggling to Collect Payments from Patients? Try More Flexible Methods

The Coronavirus pandemic has taken a toll on the financial health of the U.S., as well as on the physical health and well-being of many Americans. Record-high levels of unemployment mean a corresponding loss of employer-provided health benefits and a greater number of people without coverage. It’s estimated that the number of uninsured patients will …

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RXNT Repeats on Inc. Magazine’s List of Top 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies

With three-year revenue growth that has nearly doubled, RXNT is recognized for the second consecutive year on the prestigious list of independently-owned, privately-held companies.   ANNAPOLIS, Md. (August 12, 2020) – RXNT Inc. is thrilled to announce that we have been honored for the second year in a row by Inc. magazine as one of America’s …

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RXNT Sponsors Chesapeake Charities’ Governor Hogan Scholarship

Bay Times and Record Observer – myeasternshoremd.com | Read the original release RXNT has announced support and sponsorship for Chesapeake Charities’ 2020 Governor Larry Hogan Scholarship to be presented at this year’s fifth annual charity luncheon in the fall. The scholarship was established in 2016 to recognize Governor Hogan’s courage and leadership during his own …

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College and COVID

Maintaining College Student Safety and Health in the Wake of COVID-19

The college experience is sure to be different this fall, as campuses rework schedules, classroom setups, dorm life, cafeterias, and more in the wake of COVID-19. On-campus health centers will be especially critical for managing student health. Here are some possible changes afoot for students and how they can best protect their health. College Health …

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RXNT HIPPA Compliant

Worried About Your Patients’ Health Data? 5 Precautions You Can Take Now

Medical practice owners face a complex dilemma when finding a balance between accessibility and privacy. Patients are eager to communicate on-the-go, submit paperwork electronically, pay with mobile applications, and review health records with just a few clicks or taps. At the same time, providers and patients alike are concerned about health data privacy, including HIPAA …

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Patient–Provider Relationships: Communication and Practice Management Strategies

Positive patient-provider relationships are the lifeblood of every medical practice. Research indicates that they lead to better outcomes and higher patient satisfaction. However, many practice owners struggle to determine their patients’ current levels of satisfaction. These insights are critical to addressing any gaps in care and mitigating risk. Likewise, administrative tasks can get in the …

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RXNT EPCS

EPCS by the Numbers: Insights into the Opioid Crisis

In 2018, the number of drug overdose deaths decreased for the first time since 1999; 2017 to 2018 marked a decrease of 4%. Of the 67,000 drug overdose deaths in 2018, nearly 70% involved an opioid. An estimated 1.7 million Americans were addicted to opioids in 2018, but only 400,000 received treatment at a specialty …

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RXNT Federal EPCS Mandate

Asked and Answered: What You Need to Know About the Federal EPCS Mandate

The overwhelming majority of drug overdose deaths involve opioids, reaching nearly 70% in 2018. The United States entered what is known as the “third wave” of opioid deaths in 2013. The majority of opioid overdose deaths are caused by synthetic opioids, with 40% of all deaths involving a prescription opioid. In 2017, the opioid epidemic …

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RXNT Telehealth

Coping with the COVID-19 Pandemic: Telehealth Tools for Mental Health Providers

The need for mental health services has risen sharply since COVID-19 shut down much of the country in March 2020. Americans are grappling with the effects of job loss, isolation, uncertainty, and trauma. The stress of the pandemic has affected everyone across the globe, but it has particularly impacted children, women, minorities, those with pre-existing …

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Telehealth Boom Comes with Risks: How Medical Practice Owners Can Mitigate Them

For years, countless studies have affirmed the interest in telehealth by commercial insurance subscribers, but adoption remained low. As of 2019, only 10% of healthcare consumers had used telehealth services. The majority of early adopters were females and patients ages 31 to 40 years old. The 2019 satisfaction rates with such services were also impressive, …

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