- No headache billing service
- Full control of patient records
- Lower claims Rejections
- Denial management
- 24/7 Web-Based Access
- HL7 / HIPAA Compliant
- Online scheduler
- Real-time reporting
- Integrated clearinghouse
If you’re excited by the prospect of a “no headache” billing service that still gives you full control of
your patient records, we’ve got the solution you’re looking for.
We bring in 10 years of billing and credentialing experience. We comply with HIPAA HITECH, and CMS regulations. We customize Medical Billing, AR Management to meet the practice needs.
Our coding team works in accordance with coding guidelines from AMA CPT.
Our billers receive superbills with diagnostic notes with or without codes. If codes are already provided on the superbill, they are validated by our coding team to check and prevent any coding discrepancies to avoid denials / rejections.
All the codes from the superbills are entered into the practice management system.
Our medical billers ensure that the fee for each CPT code is entered as per the fee schedule in the provider’s contract.
Our medical billers ensure that the coded claims are scrubbed and submitted electronically within a 24-hour window to the insurance via a clearing house. Paper claims are submitted to insurances, which do not accept electronic claims.
Our medical billers post and reconcile ERA / EOB to the practice management system on a daily basis.
Account Receivables Follow-up
We provide a unique follow-up on a weekly, bi-weekly, and/or monthly basis through preferred method of communication depending on the filing limits and buckets of aging.
After a detailed analysis on denials, Account Receivable team calls payers to follow-up on denied, underpaid, pending and any other incorrectly processed claims.
Notes are posted / documented in the practice management system on each account to analyze trends in payments and denials.
Our expert team also work on secondary / tertiary / paper claims and follow-ups.
Appeals Team appeals on denials once a reply is received from the payers.