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.
Our billers specialized in Ambulance Transportation billing services for several years adhere to complex requirements from various agencies, most notably Medicare. Failure in appropriately processing or assigning your Emergency Medical Services (EMS) claims filing to general clerks who are not aware of the regulations makes your service liable to charges of fraud, payments of significant penalties and pending receivables.
Our medical billing services expertise in understanding the current regulations and the common errors that are encountered when billing for ambulance transport services keeps them in a good position to avoid the most common errors of:
Our Ambulance Transportation billing services are well aware of all four methods of billing allowed by carriers currently. They analyze whether your fee schedule allows a fully itemized billing or the one that allows base rate and mileage only.
The billers are adequately trained to interpret the run sheets and choose the proper code(s), that represents the patient's condition appropriately and help you get reimbursed accordingly.
Our medical billing services are so familiar with applicable Medicare and insurance regulations of ambulance transport services that it would be impossible for them to err on procedural codes. With continuous changes in the already voluminous Medicare regulations, our biller’s skill, compliance, and accuracy will impress you.
Bringing this experience and expertise to your service can be just one step away.