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direct billing

Managed care The submission of bills for services rendered–eg lab work directly to the party–ie Pt or financially responsible third party–insurance company, for whom the service was performed, rather than to the physician who ordered the test
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Around 5,000 patients who are privately insured have been treated since the DHA launched the direct billing service.
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CAP has pointed out that allowing direct billing is not intended to profit pathologists, but is intended to facilitate lab arrangements with small and rural hospitals where it doesn't make economic sense for the hospital to provide its own anatomic pathology services.
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The extended agreement sees MACH integrate with Microsoft's new Commerce Platform, opening the way for operators to quickly and easily connect to the Microsoft Marketplace through its Direct Billing Gateway.
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