Business Basics

Common Insurance Questions and Answers

Common Insurance Questions and Answers

We know that accepting insurance on behalf of your clients is a big step! But once you get familiar with the system, you’ll feel like a pro. Or – don’t worry about navigating the system, and leave the work to the Healthy Bytes billing allies. To get you started, we are answering a few common questions that we hear from you via email, phone and when we chat with you in person at conferences. We want to help you feel more comfortable with the insurance lingo and landscape.

Eligibility Estimates Update

Eligibility Estimates Update

Thank you for being a part of the Healthy Bytes community! We are implementing a change that will help your private practice run more efficiently. As you know, we focus solely on nutritional counseling billing and we are experts in billing nuances, including when an eligibility estimate can (and cannot) be useful. 

Healthy Bytes on the Go: Upcoming Conferences

Healthy Bytes on the Go: Upcoming Conferences

Your Healthy Bytes billing experts will be participating in a number of upcoming conferences, including the Florida Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics annual symposium, and the annual InTouch Innovation Forum. Read more about each event below, and if you plan to attend either event, do let us know if we will see you there!

Types of Liability Insurance for Dietitians

Types of Liability Insurance for Dietitians

Professional liability insurance, sometimes referred to as malpractice insurance, protects dietitians from real or alleged errors or omissions, including negligence in the course of your professional duties, by covering most of the costs associated with these claims. We do suggest that you obtain liability insurance prior to working with clients; having this coverage is a requirement to becoming in-network with insurance companies.

Assessing Your Mid-Year SMART Goals

Assessing Your Mid-Year SMART Goals

Welcome to June! If you’re feeling the way we are, we can’t believe we’re halfway through 2019. The year mid-point is always a good time for reassessing how you are doing in reaching for and achieving your goals that you set in motion for your private practice or nutrition business at the start of this year.