Category: Ancillary


How Ancillary Services Like Toxicology Testing Are Increasing Revenue and Patient Satisfaction For Healthcare Professionals

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 The health care landscape is increasingly becoming more complicated in all aspects: volume, reimbursement and insurance requirements, legal standards, as well as maintaining and improving revenue flow for your clinic.  It has become harder to put your patient and their care first.  Combine all of this with the new health care requirements, and it is  […]

How Ancillary Services Like an In-House Labratory Are Increasing Revenue and Patient Satisfaction For Healthcare Professionals

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At Ancillary Medical Solutions, we have seen how the landscape of healthcare and healthcare reimbursement is changing.  We understand that it has become harder for you and other physicians to remain independent and how revenue is constantly changing due to new regulations and reimbursement changes dictated by medical necessity as well as insurance payout. On  […]

How Ancillary Services Like Urodynamics Are Increasing Revenue and Patient Satisfaction For Healthcare Professionals

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Changes dictated by the new healthcare laws coupled with reimbursements influenced by Medicare/Medicaid are helping to create a situation where private physicians are finding it harder to maintain financially independent.  Seeking compensation and reimbursement has become harder and more strenuous each year. Trained to put your patients’ needs first, this mantra has become more of  […]

How Ancillary Services Like the Annual Wellness Visit Are Increasing Revenue and Patient Satisfaction For Healthcare Professionals

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The Annual Wellness Visit The AWV is an initiative from the Affordable Care Act.  The visit allows the physician to identify evidence-based preventive services that the patient may have not yet had. The impact is early detection of health risks, minimising the impact of costs of long-term care. Ancillary Medical Solutions has partnered with Total  […]

10 Reasons Your Practice Needs a Medication Dispenser

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One particular ancillary service that provides many benefits to the patient as well as the practice is medication dispensers in doctors’ offices. The concept is straightforward. The medication dispenser is stocked with the prescriptions the practice most commonly writes. Put simply, the doctor writes a prescription, a staff member prints a label with the appropriate  […]

How Ancillary Services Can Improve Your Practice

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While the provision of world-class service to your patients will always remain the top priority at your practice, ancillary services are increasingly becoming a more common part of the delivery of care provided at medical offices throughout the world. While there are many reasons doctors choose to offer a variety of patient-centric ancillary services at  […]

5 Phenomenal Ancillary Services Worth Considering

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Day in and day out, your practice provides invaluable services to your patients. They’ve come to trust and depend on you to help them stay healthy or return to feeling well. To further benefit your patients, there are many ancillary services that could be provided by your practice. You may have even had this thought  […]

How to Use Ancillaries to Increase Revenue?

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It’s no secret that it is becoming more and more difficult to make a reasonable profit practicing medicine these days. Although the primary purpose of our profession is to help heal and maintain the health of our patients, we are still business owners with salaries, taxes, and operating expenses to pay. This often means that  […]

What Are Ancillary Services in Health Care?

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Doctors, dentists and nurses are the primary health care providers we ordinarily think of first. However, ancillary services providers far outnumber the primary providers. Without ancillary services doctors, dentists and nurses would not be able to function effectively.   Ancillary services fall into three broad categories: diagnostic, therapeutic and custodial. If your physician sends you  […]