What we do...
Physically review order documentation, applying Payor Policy and Guidelines, to catch potential denials, audit issues and fraud. Recommended changes and corrections are communicated back to client staff.
Our Document Review Team is dedicated to the accuracy and compliance of DME Provider paperwork. When claims are submitted they review each claim for accuracy, compliance with Payor Policy and even fraud. Any issues found are promptly brought to the attention of the appropriate client contact and an effort to expedite the resolution of the issues is begun. This proven process resolves denials before they happen while educating client staff.
Ensure proper claims submission, price table configuration and cash posting. Stay in front of Payor Communication issues to streamline the Revenue Cycle Process..
Our Team can assist with software conversions, price table configuration, EFT and EDI enrollment and more.
Tackle outstanding billed claims utilizing a proprietary algorithm and tasking system turning Accounts Receivables to Cash.
Our AR Team continually works any Denials or AR Issues that arise consistently striving to stay in front of changes in Payor Policy that affect cash flow. Our Proprietary Dashboards utilize intelligent algorithms to guide our Collection Team in tackling Client AR effectively while organizing work efforts.
Analytics, Assisting with Audits, Financial reporting and more. As a true Billing Department our service extends beyond the usual Revenue Cycle Management Functions.
MedBill provides more than just a complete DME Billing Service.
WHY WE ARE THE INDUSTRY LEADER
We are the Experts at DME Revenue Cycle Management because that is all we do.
While much of the industry has reached overseas to increase margins we looked inward, found internal efficiencies and fostered greater teamwork to provide better results.
Our Group approach focuses all our staff on each account. Breeding knowledge base growth and performance consistency.
Our Document Review Team physically reviews every Claim that we receive applying Payor policy before submission ensuring accuracy, lowering denials and increasing collection percentages all while communicating industry guidelines and changes to client staff.
Focus on DME
% of our Focus is on DME. We are experts in DME Revenue Cycle Management.
U.S. Based Staff
% of our Team is located in the United States.
Our Team = Your Team
% of Our Staff Works with each Client.
% of Client Orders are Reviewed prior to Submission to the Payor.
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