Ohana Medical Billing, a full service medical billing and reimbursement companyProviding consistent high customer satisfaction and overall exceptional service to health care providers.
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Ohana Medical Billing LLC is a full service medical billing and reimbursement company located in Honolulu, Hawaii. We provide consistent high customer satisfaction, competitive rates and exceptional service to health care providers. We offer this service with a focus on the success of our clients and helping them receive the highest reimbursements possible.
Our billing service allows a practice to minimize the amount they spend dealing with paperwork, insurance companies and accounts receivable. That is why we are committed to reducing expenses, improving collections and pursuing insurance companies for money that is due.
For your convenience, we provide, electronic and paper claim submission, filing of primary and secondary claims, follow up on rejected and denied claims, along with follow up for accounts receivable. We also offer 24 hour account access with real time online reporting and monitoring.
If you succeed we succeed and we thrive on helping our clients to achieve that success.
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- --(Forbes) Humana will yank Obamacare plans serving 100,000 patients
--Humana said it will discontinue several products offered on government-run exchanges under the Affordable Care Act, impacting about 100,000 individuals currently covered by the insurer’s plans across the country. The move, disclosed this morning in the company’s third-quarter earnings report, comes due to higher-than expected medical costs from sick newly insured patients covered under the health law. “Operating results for the company’s individual commercial medical business continue to be challenged primarily due to the volatility related to the start of the healthcare exchange program created under the Affordable Care Act as well as the morbidity of membership served under this relatively new program,” Humana said in a statement this morning. The plans Humana will discontinue had “product designs which attracted a higher-utilizing member base than was assumed when the 2015 plan offerings were priced,” the company said but didn’t specify the kind of plans that will be pulled. “The transitory nature of the population served has also contributed to use of emergency room services and non-participating providers above priced-for levels.”
--(Reuters) Valeant Pharmaceuticals, a company that has come under intense scrutiny for its drug prices, has cut ties with Philidor following accusations that it was a "phantom pharmacy" used solely to artificially boost sales. Valeant said Friday that the mail-order pharmacy has informed the company that it will shut down as soon as possible. The imminent end of Philidor came just hours after the nation's two largest pharmacy benefit providers, CVS Health and Express Scripts, said that they had ended all interactions with the company, citing its business practices. UnitedHealth Group conducted an audit of Philidor in late 2014 and began cutting ties with the company "in the interests of our customers."
--(Health Care IT News) Walgreens is poised to roll out Epic EHRs in its more than 400 healthcare clinics across the country. The Epic platform will replace Walgreens' own proprietary EHR. The goal, say Walgreens executives, is to boost care coordination among providers, while also supporting the long-term growth plan for Walgreens' clinic business. The move to the new EHR, EpicCare, is slated for early 2016.
--(CNBC) Financial pressures stemming from negotiations with insurance companies and higher drug costs are making it critical for U.S. providers to become more efficient, leaders of some of the nation's top health-care systems said Friday. "There is new financial pressure on health care, and we're all trying to deliver high-quality care at a much more affordable price, and we realize that we need to be much more efficient as we go forward," Cleveland Clinic CEO and President Dr. Toby Cosgrove told CNBC's "Squawk Box." Dr. John Noseworthy, president and CEO of the Mayo Clinic, said those financial pressures are challenging providers to streamline their businesses. It remains to be seen how recent consolidation among health insurers will affect providers and health-care customers, he added.