WILMINGTON, Delaware, June 22, 2011 - The recently tornado torn state has more than its fair share to come in the near future in the form of shortages of doctors coupled with the healthcare reforms. Although the state ranks well as far as the number of insured are concerned, the dearth of medical service providers and physicians is taking its toll. The state ranks 45th according to America’s Health Rankings and 22% people live in poverty which does not bode well with the idea of a universal health reform. This simply means that doctors would be hard pressed for time as well as money.
The recent health reform bill which plans to insure more people and provide more chances for health care services is resulting in exceedingly high doctor-patient encounters. This in turn means health care providers have to rely on experienced and professional billing and coding specialists to make sure that denials are kept the lowest, and professionals who can handle and keep up with the changing codes and other healthcare regulations in Alabama.
Some other problems faced by doctors in Alabama are the lack of nurses and proper assistance along with increase in chronic illnesses such as diabetes and obesity. This is putting doctors under more pressure to provide quality in face of ever increasing demand for health care. Some other challenges faced by Alabama are high cardiovascular disease rates as well as high smoking rates. In face of such mounting problems it is now easily becoming apparent that this uphill struggle for doctors and health care providers would be shared by nurses, assistants and medical coders and billers.
In face of such work pressure, mistakes in processing claims have had repercussions which can be avoided by dedicated and meticulous work of billers and coders. Practices in Alabama working hard to cater to the healthcare but in order to get their efforts appropriately reimbursed, medical billing, coding or transcription must be handled appropriately. Hiring professionals who can perform this in an effective manner can make a huge difference in revenue.
Professionals from Medicalbillersandcoders.com, the largest consortium of medical billers have been tracking the needs of Alabama physicians and preparing themselves for the reforms and workload pressure. They also have taken proactive steps and made themselves available on the web for physicians to trace them easily; they have associated themselves with the consortium which connects Medical Billers and Coders to physicians looking for professionals locally, experts in their specialty and having appropriate software exposure. Rest assured the medical billers are gaining exposure, training and industry updates from Medicalbillersandcoders.com.
Medicalbillersandcoders.com is the largest Consortium of Medical Billers and Coders, come together to service providers with their specialized needs across End to End Revenue Cycle Management, Medical Coding and Denial and Resubmission Management. With a presence across all 50 states and having expert resource servicing all specialties, this consortium is all set to revolutionize the process of locating Medical Billers and Coders.
Prerna Gupta, Media Relations
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