Video Headlines:

What is an NPI, difference NPI 1 VS 2?

Purchasing a Commercial Condo

The Mystery Of Medical Coding

What is Fraud Investigation?

What Is Practice Succession Planning?

Overhead Business Expenses

Patient Education

Communication Vs Branding

Information Systems and IT for Doctors

In-House Doctor Credentialing VS. Outsourcing

The Medical Coding Company That Could

Practice Publication Marketing

Practice Social Media

Capital Funding Lenders

How To Choose A Merchant Processor

Leasing Medical Equipment

How to Create a Draft of the Employee Handbook

How to Determine a Timeline to Open Your Medical..

How To Choose The Right Corporate Structure For Your Medical Practice

How to Find a Medical Accounting Firm

Practice Direct Mail Marketing

The Mystery of Medical Staffing

Doctor Credentialing With Hospitals And Insurance Companies

Setup Your Practice

What is Money Factoring?

Setting Up a New Practice

Your Medical Practice Opening Check-List

Must-Have Medical Doctors Insurance

How To Choose A Medical Transcription Company

How To Choose A Medical Accounting Firm

Asset Protection

Mission, Vision, and Values

Logo Development

How to Choose a Medical Practice Lender for …

What is Medicare, Medicaid, etc?

Advertising

Life Insurance

Estate Planning

Physician Profile Development

Merchant services – credit cards

Choose the Right Corporate Structure

How to Determine a Timeline to Open Your Medical..

Commercial Condo vs. a Commercial Building

In-House Medical Transcription Vs Outsourcing

CLIA Certification

What Is A Marketing Plan?

Determine a Practice Name

How to Find a Medical Collection Company

How to Choose a Potential Office Location

Unlocking the Mysteries of Medical Billing

Medical Billing Company to the Rescue!

Insurance Types Needed for a Medical Practice

Retirement Planning

Practice Website Development

Finding A Payroll Company

Types of Commercial Loans for Buying a Medical Real Estsate

How To Lease Office Space For Your Medical Practice

How To Estimate Staffing, Payroll, And Benefit Costs

Group Practice vs Hospital

Build Or Buy: In-House Medical Coding Vs. Outsourcing

OSHA Compliance

Hiring A Business Consultant

What Is Practice Legacy Planning?

Disability Insurance

Types of Medical Insurance

How To Structure Practice Banking

Purchasing A Commercial Condo

What is a Commercial Lease?

Determine Employee Benefits

How To Win Your Insurance Contract Negotiation

Choosing A Payroll Company

Merchant Services – Payment Gateway

How To Find Money Factoring Resources

The Pros And Cons Of Leasing Vs. Buying

What to Ask for/Expect in Your Commercial Lease

How To Choose A Medical Management Firm

Market Assessment/Demographic Research

The Mystery Of Medical Transcription

How To Choose A Medical Billing Company

In House Medical Billing vs. Outsourcing

How to get a DEA license

How to Choose a Medical Legal Firm

Group Practice vs Private Practice

Business/Casualty Insurance

Employee Benefits

Events

Retirement And Estate Planning For Physicians

What is a Medical Commercial Building?

Document Imaging

Merchant Services – ACH Payments

What Is Money Factoring?

How to Choose a Medical Bookkeeper

How to Find a Medical Management Firm

How to Find a Medical Legal Firm

Building a Team of Experts

How to Prepare a Cash Flow Analysis

The Mystery Of Doctor Credentialing

The Mystery Of Medical Transcription

The Best Software for Doctor’s Offices

How To Choose A Medical Doctor’s Insurance Company

Search
Generic filters
Exact matches only
Home » Certifications & Compliance » CLIA Certified » CLIA Certification

CLIA Certification

Laboratory testing is an important part of the daily operations of any medical practice. It helps monitor patient health, detect and prevent disease, and allows physicians to obtain results quickly and accurately. Whether you have an onsite lab or work with an offsite testing facility, it’s important that your lab be CLIA Certified.

CLIA, or Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments, are a series of government-sanctioned amendments that regulate lab testing in the United States. In order receive payment from Medicare and Medicaid, your testing facility must be CLIA-certified. The first step to becoming CLIA-certified is to fill out form CMS-116, which can be accessed by visiting CMS.gov. This form will ask a variety of questions about your lab, its processes and operations, and will make a determination as to what fees are owed depending on your answers. Your lab or the lab you work with must be certified by your state as well as by the Federal government. Be sure to verify the certification of any lab you plan on working with, and to start the certification process for your own lab at least several months before you open your medical practice.

To learn more about medical billing, insurance, coding, outsourcing, and everything you need to establish a successful healthcare practice, follow all of Sherlock Doc’s adventures on the DoctorsBusinessNetwork.com or Doctors Business Channel on Youtube!

google ads management

More Videos

Sybe Credentialing

Join DBN Today!

Let DBN help guide you to success!

Doctors Business Network offers everything new and existing health care providers need to establish and build a successful career! Sign up with DBN today and let us help you succeed!