Podiatry Medical Billing Services
Having voluminous business operations, the MBC Podiatry medical billing management is tailor-made for physicians looking at cost-effective and revenue-maximizing medical billing, coding, submission, and realization solutions. Despite the intense focus required to serve a multitude of clients, our billing specialists – who are integral part of our medical billing consortium in US – rarely return below-par performance.
MBC billing expertise
Certified by the American Association of Professional Coders (AAPC), proficient in using advanced medical billing coding software, expert at applying standard CPT, HCPCS procedure and supply codes, and ICD-CM diagnosis coding as per CMS guidelines and HIPAA compliant medical coding are fundamentally responsible for optimum medical billing management services to Podiatry physicians.
Did you know?
- CPT code 11721(Covered Nail Debridement 6 or more) requires Q8 modifier (for routine checkup) with systemic conditions which is medically necessary to be reimbursed by Medicare but only six times in a year.
- Podiatry modifiers include T1 to T9 modifiers (Toe modifiers) except for CPT code 97598, 11720 and 11721, in which case use of this modifier will result in denials
- HCPCS code J3301, J1100 (injection procedures) are used frequently in Podiatry Billing also providing significant amount of revenue to providers
Consequently, majority of physicians are able to transfer non-core and exhaustive medical billing management, and intensify their focus on delivering efficient medical care to their patients. Therefore, it is no wonder that, as a result of outsourcing medical billing solutions from us, physicians are able to bring in an enhanced degree of efficiency in diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the foot, ankle, and lower leg. You can match your requirements with the skills and experience of our expert Podiatry medical billers in your area.
Medical billing across multiple disciplines
Extending their scope of Podiatry medical billing management to diverse disciplines, our medical billing professionals are able to reach out with billing, coding, submission, and realization of medical bills for
- Reconstructive rear-foot and ankle surgery
- Sports medicine
- Diabetic limb salvage and wound care service
- Podopaediatric services
- Forensic podiatry services
Enabling accurate and precise medical billing
Our Podiatry billing specialists follow a compliant CPT coding regimen in applying accurate codes for complex services such as:
- 76881 for ultrasound, extremity, nonvascular, real-time with image documentation;
- 76882 for limited ultrasound, extremity, non-vascular, real time with image documentation;
- 93922 for non-invasive physiologic studies of upper or lower extremity arteries, single level, bilateral;
- 93926 for duplex scan of lower extremity arteries or arterial bypass grafts;
- 20552 for injections(s), single to multiple trigger point(s) one or two muscle(s);
- 20553 for injections(s), single to multiple trigger point(s) three or more muscle(s);
- 20605 for arthrocentesis, aspiration and/or injections;
- 20610 for arthrocentesis, aspiration and/or injection
Apart from handling the coding for above services, our experts also infuse suitable modifiers to mitigate undesirable audit checks, delay, denial, and resubmission of medical claims with insurance carriers.
Pro-active billing management
Consequent to such best practices in Podiatry billing management, physicians have been able to efficiently realize their claims with a portfolio of leading private insurance carriers such as United health, Wellpoint, Aetna, Humana, HCSC, Blue Cross Group, and Government sponsored Medicare and Medicaid as well.
We are proactively geared up for the ensuing challenges and opportunities from the mandatory ICD-10 and HIPAA 5010 coding and reporting compliance. Thus, complete with accurate charge-capture, intricate procedure coding, electronic filing of claims, patient billing, multi-tiered appeal process, denial elimination initiatives, and compliance standards, physicians can expect to remain positive about their reimbursements.