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.
The mandatory reporting – using appropriate modifiers, time units for actual administration, prevalent stringent coding and privacy norms – has begun to take a heavy toll of Anesthesiology physicians, depriving them of the quality time that could have improved their medical efficiency substantially. The intricacies involved in medical billing unlike the clinical practice itself, which physicians manage with ease and efficiency, have made it a specialist job.
Our anesthesiology medical billing service management, which prides itself on the highest qualification and expertise, has been significant in ensuring maximum reimbursement of claims, resulting in greater revenues, patient inflow and referrals, and physicians’ medical efficiency.
Assigning appropriate modifiers to diverse situational procedures and reporting them in time units (in minutes) has been core to our policy of unique value propositions in Anesthesiology billing management. Consider the following list of modifiers scrupulously applied to diverse procedures that determine whether the procedure was personally performed, medically directed, or medically supervised.
|AA||Services personally performed by the provider|
|AD||Medical supervision by a physician; more than four concurrent units of administration|
|G9||MAC for at-risk patient|
|QK||Medical direction of two, three or four concurrent procedures involving qualified individuals|
|QX||CRNA service with medical direction by a physician|
|QY||Medical direction of one CRNA by a physician|
|QZ||CRNA service without medical direction by a physician|
With the sole objective of achieving maximum claim reimbursement, our Anesthesiology billing services specialists set themselves high standards in professional efficiency. Having to meet high expectancy level amidst stringent coding and billing system, our professionals continually upgrade their competence to match ‘best practices in medical coding and billing’ physician services.
Engaging our Anesthesiology billing and coding professionals’ services – capable of delivering the following manifold benefits to your anesthesiology practice – is indeed a prudent decision to maximize you claim-reimbursement, and clinical efficiency:
It is natural that our Anesthesiology billing management – which prides on the following set of highest qualifications and expertise: American Association of Professional Coders (AAPC) certified; expertise on advanced billing and coding software; experience in application of standard Current Procedural Terminology (CPT), HCPCS procedure and supply codes, and ICD-CM coding as per CMS guidelines for successful management of billing and coding of diverse procedures; and successful track-record of processing diverse medical bills with the leading private insurance carriers such as United health, Wellpoint, Aetna, Humana, HCSC, Blue Cross Group, and Government sponsored Medicare and Medicaid – will propel your reimbursement rate to an all-time high.