Practicing in Pain Management could often entail coordinating with medical practitioners, clinical psychologists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and nurse practitioners. While such diverse composition really helps in improving clinical outcomes, it would invariably become tough to code and bill such composite services. As a result, despite your unwavering commitment to quality medical care, you may have to experience poor rate of medical reimbursement owing to inherent deficiencies in Pain Management medical billing. But having our billers to look after your entire billing process can help mitigate undesirable delay and denial of claims, and improve your bottom-line.
Outsourcing Pain Management billing to MBC…
Our billing affiliates – spread across the 50 states in the U.S – offer the right kind of mix, required to deal with complexities in coding and billing Pain Management services, and negotiate with Medicare, state-specific Medicaid, and multiple commercial payors. With our qualified and competent billing professionals overseeing their entire billing process, healthcare providers have been able to mitigate undesirable delay and denial of their medical claims, and improve their bottom-line. Being the largest consortium of medical billers in the US helps us to reach out a majority of practitioners, clinics, and hospitals.
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