Billing and Coding in a nutshell- The pictorial section will help you understand the 'this and that' of billing and management. Go through the infographs for an understanding of process, in short.
Cancer being among the most common ailments in the US, radiation oncology is one of the most used medical services in the US with care providers of all types (independent practitioners to hospitals) involved in it. This means a sizable amount of medical resources (money and medical effort) spent on healthcare in the US is claimed by radiation oncology. Alas, most part of it goes unrealized given the demanding nature of insurance procedures.
The radiation oncology insurance procedure involves patient registering, charge entry, claim generation and transmission, payment posting, making appeals for denials and incorrect claims and collection management and electronic submission of claims to be HIPPA compliant.
Unfortunately, successful reimbursement of a radiation oncology episode requires more than careful adherence to policies, accurate handling of details and ability to transfer data electronically, it also needs:
MBC, a medical billing company based in Texas, brings 20+ years of experience and best practices to the table. We make your revenue cycle management more cost-effective, efficient and profitable. Outsource your billing process and not the control of your processes. Physicians always search for what is the average charge for medical billing services in Texas market but we offer customized billing services plans that can be affordable to small to large scale physicians group.
Our staff is experienced and well trained and have extensive knowledge of complex claim submission processes. MedicalBillersandCoders staff undergoes rigorous process training and complete the required quality and domain-driven knowledge assessment.
MBC’s outsourcing billing services allow clients to maintain a consistent cash flow and fast collection. Physicians can achieve greater economies of scale by letting us do the medical billing quickly.
Physicians can afford to exclusively focus on patient care. MBC’s main focus lies in maximizing the client’s revenue. Outsourced medical billing services make sure that each code gets correct reimbursement quickly, errors are identified swiftly, and denials are followed up rapidly.
We are HIPAA compliant medical billing company. We ensure that compliance is deeply integrated into all operations.
The law states that the payer has to pay a clean claim within 30 days, with the option of 45 days if the claim is not submitted electronically, thus our Texas billers will be able to reduce your AR days noticeably.
Our professional billers in Texas are trained to handle all aspects of Revenue Cycle Management which especially includes denial Management and helps you recover rejected claims by appeals and resubmission of claims.
Our Billers in the state of Texas are specialized to service medical practices as per the regulations of the state government. Their knowledge and experience has been acquired by years of efforts in perfecting medical billing procedures which they now leverage to help your practice collect more revenue.
The federal government’s effort to reduce healthcare cost can only be supported by physicians in the state of Texas by optimizing costs and enhancing revenue. Letting a specialist handle your medical billing can help you improve collections by 20%.
Accurate Coding and code audit along with timely insurance follow up and account receivables are the basis on which these billers in Texas guarantee higher profitability for your clinic. Their experience in various software and certification in the medical billing processes will support your practice to grow steadily.
MBC’s staff has extensive Medical Billing knowledge and 15+ years of experience. We can help providers and practices in and around Texas to maximize their reimbursements and minimize their costs.
Needless to say, this leaves individual physicians, physician groups, clinics, diagnostic facilities, long term care facilities and acute care facilities with unrealized payments (ARs) and consequently ailing revenues.
MBC’s billers and coders possess a comprehensive knowledge of radiation oncology billing and coding procedures. Our years of experience in handling intricacies of radiation therapy billing and coding procedures translates into a very sophisticated level of understanding of the diseases involved in radiation therapy versus the insurance procedures applicable to them.
We have been able to bring down claim denial rates for care providers across all the state of the US through accurate handling of data and rigorous follow-ups done in a methodical manner. Our quality consciousness is responsible for reduction in claim denials. Both during and after preparation of claims, we put them through various cycles of quality checks to make sure that they are completely error free when submitted.
Our service models are flexible, so that you can choose a model that perfectly fits your needs and setup. We offer two types of models:
Our consulting model involves a thorough study of your revenue management system to help identify areas of revenue leakage, outdated software applications and training needs. By helping you address these areas our RCM service will ensure a smooth revenue management process capable of handling the dynamics of radiation therapy insurance requirements and reduced rejected claims.
However, if you don’t have an in-house billing and coding team, you can ship out your entire billing and coding responsibilities to MBC. Our outsourcing model includes the entire range of billing and coding activities starting from identifying insurance eligibility of the patient to submission of claims and post submission follow-ups.
Medicalbillersandcoders.com is a national network with our team spread across all states of the US with each state represented by billers and coders familiar with state-specific exceptions. This helps us to account for the fact that the rules applicable across the US are not uniform. MBC has helped care providers across US to improve their revenues as well as quality of radiation oncology treatment by allowing them to concentrate on their core services.