3rd Party Billing

These resources support the Title X priority that Title X-funded agencies have contracts with insurance plans and systems for third-party billing.

3rd Party Billing Resources

28 Resources

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Demystifying 340B: Frequently Asked Questions Webinar

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Revenue Cycle Management Series: After the Client Visit Webinar (Part 2)

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Revenue Cycle Management Series: Before and During the Client Visit Webinar (Part 1)

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340B and Medicaid: An Explanation for Family Planning Providers

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340B Drug Pricing Program: Compliance Tips for Title X Agencies

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340B Drug Pricing Program: Frequently Asked Questions

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Apexus Sample Policy and Procedure Manual for Family Planning

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Bill the Correct Payer and Optimal Amount (Best Practice 1) Training Guide

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Building Blocks for Effective Relationships with Third-Party Payers Case Study

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Challenges to Patient Confidentiality - Potential Breaches Outside the Health Center Infographic

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Client Fee Collections: Frequently Asked Questions for Title X Family Planning Agencies Job Aid

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Financial Management Focus: Billing the Correct Payer and Optimal Amount Webinar

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Financial Management Focus: Monitoring and Managing Payments from Third-Party Payers Webinar

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Financial Sustainability Calculator for Safety-Net Family Planning Center

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Intrauterine Devices and Implants: A Guide to Reimbursement

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Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) Device and Injectable Tracking Tool

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Maximizing Third Party Reimbursement for HIV Testing: Integrating HIV Screening Into Title X Services Guide

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Medicaid Family Planning Eligibility Expansions Publication

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Monitor and Manage Payments from Third-Party Payers (Best Practice 3) Training Guide

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State Medicaid Payment Approaches to Improve Access to LARC