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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.

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!

Health Campaigns and Legislation Updates: News You Can Use

Health Campaigns and Legislation Updates: News You Can Use

Here at Healthy Bytes, keeping an eye on pending healthcare legislation is important to us – from time to time, we pass along relevant, newsworthy healthcare news, legislation and/or campaigns that may be of interest to you. Here are a few recent notable healthcare updates that you may find useful in your private practice or nutrition business.

Telehealth: Reaching Rural Americans

Telehealth: Reaching Rural Americans

A continuing trend in nutrition counseling is telehealth. Through a variety of HIPAA-approved platforms, as a practitioner, you can meet with your patients virtually! A natural next step for healthcare in the digital age, telehealth is a great opportunity to expand your business and increase access to needed nutrition counseling services, for clients wherever they may live.

We recently sat down with the Rural Matters podcast team for a discussion about improving access to nutrition counseling for those living in rural America.