Revenue Cycle Management Process
- Day One Billing Service
- Coding Review
Coding is particularly important when it comes to getting paid for the services provided. One wrong code might leave a practice thousands of dollars short while one right code might earn thousands more than anticipated, even though you bill for exactly the same procedure.
As an American Association of Professional Coders Certified training facility, we work hard to get your coding right.
Denial Management Service
- Reduce Denial Rates
- Pursue and Resolve Denied Claims to Collect What You Are Owed
- Resolve Rejected Claims
- Resolve Unresolved Claims
Denials by insurance companies are a “hot spot” for physicians, facilities, hospitals, and other providers. That’s because they are often arbitrary or even the result of a tiny mistake that means you don’t get paid. We are persistent and professional in working to overturn denials to help you collect for your work.
- Analyze Fee Schedules
- Prepare for Negotiations
- Negotiate with Insurers
Our team is trained and refreshed in “people skills” at Fellow Health Partners’ Knowledge College™. This means that they are superior negotiators, working on your behalf, to help you get the most for your services.
Prior Authorization Service
- Allow your practice, facility, and your staff to focus on other priorities
- Ensure that you’ll receive reimbursement for the services performed
- Ensure that the patient is covered for the required medical service
Your office staff have more useful things to do than spend hours on the phone trying to get a procedure or a surgery approved by an overworked insurance bureaucrat. There’s so much that can go wrong in the process which is why our team is trained to make sure it doesn’t. It’s why we suggest that you leave nothing to chance and everything to us.
New Patient Registration Service
- Patient registration and financial information
- Review of systems (ROS)
- Current medication list and allergies
During the Covid-19 pandemic, patients became nervous about standing in a doctor’s office or hospital registration room, filling in forms, signing with a grimy pen, and handing over licenses and health cards to complete strangers. Our contactless service can help them feel more comfortable while getting you the information you need.