Industry Standards say...
|“Average rejected claim rate is reported at 30-33%”
According to top ten biller’s investigation on all Healthcare provider’s the claims rejections rate is:
|This rejection rate is observed in Podiatry, Pediatric, Allergy & Asthma, Dental and normally all specialties- if proper EDI or clearing house and payer set-up is not done
Why do claims get rejected?
Claims may get rejected for just a simple mistake like – Inaccurate coding errors by untrained staff, change of address not supplied to insurer to something complex like - Medical procedure ruled "experimental" and not covered.
Few reasons why claims get denied by insurance carriers:
How does it adversely affect your practice?
As far as possible steer clear of rejected claims as only one rejected claim can put your revenue behind, and bring on additional tasks like:
Solution - Reading between the lines to increase your bottom line and revenue!
According to most of the patient-advocacy organizations between 50 – 70% of disputes are resolved through initial appeals made directly to health insurers.
However this could be rather time consuming and opting for outsourcing your medical billing claims to a third party partner could help you get rid of the hassles that a rejected claim can cause.
Achieve the following benefits with MBC:
MBC’s expert Billing & Coding team will be able to efficiently handle your entire billing process, medical being their core process, besides providing updates about new rules and changes for each specialty.
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