Let me explain. It’s actually paying off for me quite well. I have a lot of patients to meet with before January 14th, so I have been working from New Mexico, using my computer and my phone. Well, I can check my “Claim Quality” in Outcomes to see various stats, such as the MTM fees I have made, percentage push vs pull claims, etc. The most important to me right now is the ECA (Estimated Cost Avoidance). For December, I am at $47,000+ and counting. They are still processing my claims, and I am still entering them. That makes me feel good, and I hope that I am truly helping patients’ health.
Working on vacation is (not) paying off