Due to lack of denial management strategies, a lot of money is potentially left unrecovered by medical practices. If providers focus on effective denial management, they can reduce AR days by as much as 50%, prevent revenue loss and avoid unnecessary delays in payment.
|High rates of insurance claim denial can lead to increased backlog of aged accounts and decreased AR|
|Coding errors are the reason why 5-25% of payment for physicians either gets denied or delayed|
|As per a survey, approximately 73% claims are denied due to lack of patient eligibility|
Practices need to overcome factors that trigger denials in practices of all sizes such as lack of patient eligibility, errors in determining medical necessity and coding errors. Denial problems can be dissipated by knowing where the problem lies. Is there a problem in the medical billing and coding department or is there a problem with the payer?
Handling Coding Challenges
With the implementation of ICD-10, medical billing and coding requirements have undergone significant changes. This has pushed the need for training of billing and coding staff so that they are better prepared for identifying problems in documentation and coding with highest level of accuracy.
MBC Helping Practices Reduce Denials and Maximize Returns
With payers becoming stringent in their review and denial of claims, many practices are combating revenue challenges through outsourcing. As the leading provider of billing and RCM solutions, MBC serve more than 42 medical specialties across all 50 states in the US, helping providers identify trends and root causes of denials, increasing recovery of payments, automating workflow for better efficiency and helping practices improve departmental productivity.
MBC has a team of certified, experienced coders who perform effective denial management. The company also has a team of AR experts who work 24/7 to bring in uncollected payments.Back