CariReporter Publish time 23-9-2014 04:18 PM

PURE LIFE SOCIETY HOSTS FREE MEDICAL CAMP IN PUCHONG

PURE LIFE SOCIETY HOSTS FREE MEDICAL CAMP IN PUCHONG



Kuala Lumpur, The Pure Life Society in collaboration with the Medical Faculty of MAHSA University and the Ministry of Health is hosting a medical camp at its campus in Puchong on Sunday, 28 September.

The camp will be open to the public and qualified doctors will perform free medical checkups on the day.

Datin Paduka Mother A Mangalam, president of the Pure Life Society says, “Preventive medicine needs to play an important in the society since costs for curative medicine are increasing by the day and is getting out of the reach of many in the society.

Good nutrition, physical exercise, healthy living and regular checkups by doctors can prevent many of the common diseases that inflict people, particularly the children and the aged”.

The camp will feature free medical checks including blood pressure, blood sugar, BMI, eye, and dental. Pap smear tests and breast screening will also be available on the day for women.

Over a hundred students are expected to donate blood on the day and public are invited to join them. A health exhibition and talks on preventive measures will be held throughout the day, between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm.

Public from the Puchong, Jalan Klang Lama, Kinrara and the surrounds are expected to attend.


amyjackson Publish time 26-10-2023 10:35 PM

Medical billing for free medical camps can be a complex process, but it is important to ensure that all services provided are properly billed so that the camp can continue to provide free care to the community.

Here are some tips for medical billing for free medical camps:

Identify the funding source. Is the camp funded by the government, a private organization, or a combination of both? This will determine which billing codes and procedures are eligible for reimbursement.
Track all services provided. This includes medical checkups, tests, screenings, and medications dispensed. It is important to have accurate records of all services provided so that you can bill correctly.
Use the correct billing codes. When billing for free medical services, you must use the appropriate billing codes. These codes will indicate that the services were provided for free and that you are not seeking reimbursement from the patient.
Submit claims accurately and promptly. Once you have completed all of the necessary paperwork, be sure to submit your claims to the appropriate payer(s) accurately and promptly. This will help to ensure that you are reimbursed promptly.
Here are some specific steps you can take to bill for the free medical camp in Puchong:

Identify the funding source. The Pure Life Society is hosting the camp in collaboration with the Medical Faculty of MAHSA University and the Ministry of Health. This suggests that the camp is likely funded by a combination of government and private funds.
Track all services provided. The camp will be providing a variety of free medical services, including blood pressure checks, blood sugar checks, BMI checks, eye exams, dental exams, Pap smear tests, and breast screenings. You will need to track all of these services in order to bill correctly.
Use the correct billing codes. When billing for free medical services, you must use the appropriate billing codes. For example, you would use billing code G0101 for a comprehensive medical checkup.
Submit claims accurately and promptly. Once you have completed all of the necessary paperwork, be sure to submit your claims to the appropriate payer(s) accurately and promptly. This will help to ensure that you are reimbursed promptly.
By following these steps, you can help to ensure that the Pure Life Society is able to continue to provide free medical care to the Puchong community.
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