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
For more than a decade our medical billers have been providing outstanding medical billing solutions to providers in Missouri. Currently, we have medical billers catering to practices in Jackson, Gulfport, Hattiesburg, Biloxi and Southaven.
Our highly qualified staff of medical billers is experienced in billing and successful collection of your claims. Their in-depth knowledge and expertise allows physicians to concentrate on patient care and market their practice. Some of the services, our billers are specialized in:
Charge entry and insurance verification
Accurate entry of CPT and ICD-9 patient coding
Accurate Payment posting
Follow up on primary and secondary claims
Collection of all aged account balances
Customized month report
Medical billing can be considered to be a complicated service in terms of technicality and ever changing regulations, which make it quite difficult to standardize medical billing processes. To bring about some amount of uniformity in the process of billing and coding, the Coding Standards Committee developed new coding standards which also comprise a pool of designated coding and billing professionals. Our local billers and coders in Missouri have kept been following these changes on a regular basis. Read more..