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Leading Medical Billing Company

Medical Billers and Coders (MBC) is providing medical billing services to healthcare providers, practices, hospitals, and large healthcare organizations for more than two decades now. Our unique approach to innovation and customer satisfaction helped us to grow over 40 medical specialties across all 50 states. We provide complete medical billing and coding services to healthcare organizations of all sizes which also helped us to become a global innovator in the fields of medical billing services and revenue cycle management (RCM). In this article, we will be sharing a list of billing services and unique solutions which help us to become one of the best medical billing company.

Medical Billing Services Offered

Medical Billers and Coders (MBC) is a complete revenue cycle management service provider. Our billing services are highly customizable as per the size and scope of your healthcare organization. Following is a list of medical billing services offered by us:

Complete Account Management

We provide complete medical billing and coding services along with a dedicated account manager. As providers are busy in patient care and can't dedicate much time to administrative tasks of medical billing, our billing services ensure they will receive accurate reimbursements for delivered services. The dedicated account manager is the main point of contact for day-to-day questions and account-related queries. We help you to save money by providing guidance on sources of lost revenue, close aged payments, and lowering your AR time.

Eligibility and Benefits Verification

Through eligibility and benefits verification service, we confirm information such as patient insurance coverage, co-payments, unpaid deductibles, and coinsurance with a patient’s insurance company. It’s an important component of revenue cycle management (RCM) as it ensures that every patient has valid insurance coverage for planned service. As we share benefits reports prior patient visits, practices can inform patients in case of non-covered services. Contacting insurance companies will help to identify prior authorization requirements.

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