Owing to its interdisciplinary nature – integration of knowledge in the biological, behavioral, psychological, and social sciences relevant to health and illness – Behavior Medicine physicians hardly find time to manage their medical bills filed and reimbursed efficiently. Even, dedicated in-house billing staff has been found wanting for error-free and denial-free reimbursement.
Alternatively, our Behavior Medicine Billing Advisory – comprising AAPC certified medical coders, who are proficient in generating diverse behavior medicine bills on advanced software such as Lytec, Medic, Misys, Medisoft, NextGen, IDX, etc., and applying specific CPT, ICD-9, & HCPCS; complying with HIPAA privacy norms; and processing the so prepared bills with leading private insurance carriers such as United health , Wellpoint, Aetna, Humana, HCSC, Blue Cross Group, and Government sponsored Medicare and Medicaid as well – has been able fill in the void successfully, and ensure Behavior Medicine physicians greater revenue generation, patient inflow and referrals, and medical efficiency.
You can also match your requirements with the skills of our expert Behavioral Health billers in your area.
Our medical billers and coders in South Carolina provide full-service medical billing solutions for multi-specialty practices. They are proficient in the deployment of medical practice electronic infrastructure, lining out medical billing processes as well as training other in-house staff.
Their expertise in consulting for Electronic Medical Records and Practice Management Software, generally impresses practices. They are present across the states, catering especially to cities such as Columbia, Charleston, North Charleston, Rock Hill and Mount Pleasant. For years they have been providing medical billing services to hospitals and medical practices.
South Carolina Professional medical billers and coders are proficient in the following:
Reduction of expenses that are related to in-house staff and minimize frequent hiring and training costs
Improve account receivables of healthcare practices
Relieves providers from the headache of updating themselves about healthcare regulations
Minimize the chances of unbilled claims which may arise due to mis-managed bills