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Trade secrets versus patients' rights: Researchers to explore intersection of healthcare, AI – Duke Chronicle

Patients may have questions about artificial intelligence-driven healthcare—which is at odds with protecting “trade secrets.”  A group of Duke researchers recently received a $ 196,000 grant to address the problem and help patients understand the rationale behind artificial intelligence-enabled health care delivery.  Although machine learning is becoming increasingly sophisticated, problems still arise when it is… Read More »

A Comprehensive Chronicle Of Medical Billing Services

by Steave Smith A Comprehensive Chronicle Of Medical Billing Services Medical Billing Services is the common name that is associated with the generic phenomenon called Medical Revenue Management Cycle. The process of recovering the fees payable for the services rendered and/or the goods sold for the medical treatment of any patient, as prescribed by any… Read More »

Prior Authorization, a Comprehensive Chronicle of The Concept

by Steave Smith Prior Authorization, a Comprehensive Chronicle of The Concept Prior Authorization is, in a nutshell, an ensuring practice by which a revenue cycle management practice checks the insurability of a particular medical service by getting it certified by the relevant payer company. Here’s summarizing the details of the practice. What is prior authorization?… Read More »