AMBC offers all of the following billing services. If you don't see a service you are looking for, please give us a call and we will be happy to cater to what you may need.
We have the capability to transmit claims electronically to insurance carriers nationwide with both CMS 1500 and UB 04. Claims are checked against updated editing criteria specific to each carrier. Claims for secondary payors, Workers' Compensation, Personal Injury, and some smaller carriers without electronic abilities are submitted via paper. Electronic claims are usually paid within 10-14 days of submission. Our company uses appropriate CPT and ICD-10 coding to promote higher reimbursement.
Once a month, statements are sent to patients with their outstanding balances.
When you receive payment, simply forward us a copy or the Explanation of Benefits (or comparable document), patient receipt, or completed daysheet. We will review all EOBs for accurate reimbursement, and then promptly post all payments to the appropriate accounts.
We will contact your patients insurance to verify coverage, copays, deductibles and determine whether authorization is required. We will then contact your office with this information.
With more insurance carriers implementing shorter filing deadlines, frequent and effective claim follow up is the only way to make sure that you are reimbursed for your services. We keep track of your unpaid insurance claims and work with the insurance carriers to ensure that we get your claims paid.
When turning over your accounts to Accurate Medical Billing & Consulting, LLC, you will never feel out of touch. One significant difference between AMBC and our competitors is the quality of our reporting. We keep our clients informed through:
Monthly Statement: This statement is sent each month, along with the client's check for revenue received in the period.
Client Status Report: This monthly report shows the progress of each account.
AMBC offers consulting services including office optimization, efficiency and work flow to enable your office to operate at optimal efficiency, maximizing your profits.
The efficiency of a medical practice can be traced directly to its internal operational systems. A lack of systems will often result in lost revenues; thus, every medical practice should have a policy and procedures manual detailing how, when and by whom the office functions are to be performed.
One area of a medical practice that often is neglected is the practice's fee schedule. This schedule should be revised annually. Please ask us about our fee schedule analysis.
If there is a service you are looking for, but don't see it described above, please call us. We may offer the service, and if we don't we are always willing to point you in the right direction!