Medical Billing Services You Can Trust
As one of the leading medical billing service providers, we work with healthcare organizations of all sizes to improve practice income and streamline processes with our Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) Services. We customize your services to best fit your practice and handle your insurance claims, collections, and follow-ups. Our goal is to provide quality service that yields positive results for both you and your practice.
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Medical Billing Services Include
- Charge captures: Posting electronic superbill billable charges.
- Claim submission: Submitting claims of billable fees to payers (insurance companies) CMS-1500 or UB04 electronically or by paper to payers, primary or secondary.
- Coding: Properly coding diagnoses (ICD-10), modifiers and procedures (CPT).
- Denial and rejection management as well as appeals on all levels.
- Patient collections: Based on fee schedule, determining patient balances and collecting payments.
- Demographic/Preregistration: Collecting registration information, such as insurance coverage, before a patient arrives for inpatient or outpatient procedures.
- Eligibility: Verifying insurance coverage via an automated system to prevent unpaid claims.
- Remittance processing: Applying or rejecting payments through remittance processing.
- Follow up: Collecting payments from third-party insurers and patients.
Software Systems We Work With
- Doctor Chrono
- EClinicalWorks (ECW)
- Practice Fusion
- Office Ally (Clearinghouse)
- Availity (Clearinghouse)
- Changehealthcare (Clearinghouse)
- Trizetto (Clearinghouse)
- BestRX (Pharmacy)
- PK Compounder (Pharmacy)
- All Scripts
- Patient Now
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The biggest problem is as physicians become hospital employees, their allegiance shifts from the patient to the corporation (or Government). The bottom line, Providers are no longer independent professionals — physicians are employees that will do the bidding of their employer. Physicians are losing their ability to choose the method and specific products to use in their procedures as these decisions are now made by the hospitals and the government-run insurance policies.