Physical therapy services, owing to their inherent nature, have often been found to be elusive while billing for medical reimbursement. Unless medically deemed fit, these services cannot be billed for reimbursement. Consequently, physicians are apprehensive of undertaking certain services that might deprive them of reimbursement for medical services.
How does medical billing and coding support aid in Physical Therapy reimbursement?
Despite the healthcare providers’ pre-emptive scrutiny in determining eligibility for medical reimbursement, they may not always be successful in segregating ineligible cases due to their preoccupation with focused medical care as well as somewhat uncertain nature of this specialty-specific billing and coding.
Medicalbillersandcoders.com, the largest consortium of medical billers in the US, are known for accurate screening for deciding the eligibility of certain services for reimbursement. Such an efficient screening is indispensible for mitigating adverse impact on revenues from reimbursement. Laying a firm foundation for a comprehensive and efficient billing reimbursement solution, our Physical Therapy billing Specialists establish a well-phased system for an efficient claim submission and realization.
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