Increasing dependency on massage therapy and a burst in the number of therapists leave independent therapists and care organizations that employ them to deal with something that’s not as rosy: partial insurance coverage and disparity of rules from one state in the US to another. What adds to regulatory complexities is that a therapy to be reimbursed, has to be recommended by a physician via a prescription and has to be carried out under the supervision of the physician.
Partial coverage, disparate regulations and the need to establish by proper documentation that a therapy has been carried out upon a physician’s recommendation and supervision as an extension of the physician’s treatment - together bring upon the care provider administrative and other responsibilities that the provider is ill-equipped to handle.
Outsourcing to MBC:
MBC’s billing and coding professionals come with years of dedicated experience in handling massage therapy billing and coding. Their advanced level of understanding helps them to identify therapies that are eligible for massage therapy insurance reimbursement and then prepare claims by using medical and administrative details accurately. Additionally, MBC also does methodical and rigorous follow-up of submitted claims to ensure quick reimbursements for you. Our professionals, although part of a truly national network, bring you the advantages of a local specialist owing to their thorough knowledge of state-specific rules applicable to massage therapy.
Our medical billers and coders have been servicing practitioners in Idaho more than a decade. Our billers are trained to cater to hospital and medical offices alike in all the major cities like Boise, Nampa, Meridian, Pocatello and Idaho Falls.
They are well-trained to provide innovative solutions to provider based in Idaho and put emphasis on increasing your revenue and minimizing your costs. Our billing specialists in Idaho also service family practices and all principal specialties. Some of the services which our billers provide to physicians across the state are:
Electronic claims submission
Detailed financial and patient payment reports
Specialized code audits for best reimbursements
Accounts receivables management
Reduction of aging balance accounts