Why should Otolaryngology billing be outsourced?
Otolaryngology, being the specialty that is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of disorders associated with multiple locations – ear, nose, throat, and head and neck, requires physicians to be thorough in an exhaustive list of investigative and treatment procedures that apply to ear, nose, throat, and head and neck regions. Adding to this imposing requirement, there are as many CPT codes that physicians should remember and aptly apply while submitting their medical claims with insurance carriers. With the ensuing ICD-10 system and HIPAA 5010 Version, the compliance coding and medical reporting is going to be much more demanding.
Relieving them off cumbersome task of medical billing, our Otolaryngology Billing Services have been crucial to a majority of physicians’ focus on their core-function of medical services, and operating efficiency and revenue maximization through delay-free and denial-free medical bill reimbursement.
Match your requirements with the skills of the hundreds of our expert Otolaryngology billers in your area.
Maximizing your office’s efficiency and cutting your costs are some of the priorities of our medical billing and coding specialists located in Texas. Like everything in Texas our database of Medical Billers and Coders is huge in texas, these billers cater to various specialties and software exposure.
With extensive medical billing knowledge coupled with their years of experience, they help providers and practices in and around the state to maximize their reimbursements and minimize their costs.
Our billing professionals are present in major cities in Texas such as Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Austin and Fort Worth. Some of the services they provided are:
Data entry of all charges
Submission of electronic as well as paper claims to both primary and secondary insurers
Accurate ICD-9 and CPT code audits
Payment postings after receiving from insurance companies as well as patients
Excessively customized Monthly financial reports
Comparing payer fee schedules and updating your practice about it