If there is one group of medical practitioners that require professional medical billing services more, it is the Primary Care physicians. Limited scope of their medical services, larger composition of Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries, adversely impacting healthcare reforms, and highly stringent insurance reimbursement environment have begun to question their ability to sustain, leave alone the thought of either enabling in-house medical practices or availing outside medical billing management services. But, because majority of their patient base is linked to health insurance of some kind or the other, it becomes inevitable that they perform or get their medical billing submission and realization done by competent medical billing specialists.
How do our medical billing experts support Primary Care physicians?
When the question of providing competent and efficient medical billing services arises, our name (Medicalbillersandcoders.com) invariably comes to the fore. Being the largest consortium of medical billers in the US, we have the number and efficiency that Primary Care medical billing demands. Further, because of voluminous operations, the fees tend to be highly affordable without any deterioration in quality of services. Consequently, physicians are able to achieve operational efficiency and revenue maximization through denial-free and delay-free realization of their claims on medical bills.
Catering multispecialty clinics to solo practices, our New Hampshire medical billers and coders have a solution to all your billing requirements. They have been providing effective billing solutions for the last 10 years in cities such as Manchester, Nashua, Concord, Derry and Rochester.
To improve your cash flow and enhance your medical practice revenue through seamless data flow, our medical billers and coders focus on the following functions of medical billing to provide you top notch services:
Electronic Claims processing
Accounts receivables management
Financial reporting on a monthly basis
Handling patient enquiries