Pain Management Billing
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Pain Management Billing Services Offered by EMP Claims
This administrative process collects all of the relevant data from patients to meet up with the insurer's requirements. A lot of this information is contained in the submitted claim, and without it, there may be issues with approval.
This step is necessary to determine whether the patient is eligible to receive treatment based on their coverage. We make sure the patient’s coverage details are up-to-date during each visit to prevent errors.
Our pain management billing experts can accurately interpret the effects of health policies and plans on the coverage of patients. We use the insurance company's online portal to verify this information quickly. For independent payers whose coverage we can't verify online, we contact them directly.
Depending on the procedure the patient is to take after proper diagnosis, there may be a need for a pre-authorization document from the insurer. Our pain management billing company helps to facilitate this by contacting the insurance company for authorization. We do this in a relatively short time.
We offer collection services for pain management providers so that you don't run out of resources. Sometimes patients leave outstanding payments for long periods and that negatively affects your workflow. We work to track down these patients, collect any outstanding claims, and update you on all progress.
After the patient has gone through diagnosis and treatment, we prepare the bill based on the services offered. Irrespective of the procedure taken, our pain management billing services cover CPT, ICD, HCPS, HCC, and MRA codes. Our professionals have several years of experience and know the right pain management billing and modifiers codes for each process. If any additional procedures are taken, we can update the bills as needed to include the follow-up.
We process the claims after coding either electronically or on paper and get it to the insurance company for reimbursement. Payment posting will follow after the insurance company has verified and there are no errors.
We store the payment records in your database corresponding to the patient and treatment details. This usually includes account numbers, procedure codes, service dates, co-insurances, etc. Our pain management outsourcing company also carefully monitors the cash flow influx to avoid errors.
The next stage of the process is the account receivables(AR). This covers all of the follow-up processes after submitting the claim. We check the status of the claims and flag any unpaid claims before contacting the payer to speed up the process.
Our team has a lot of experience with insurance companies and independent payers so we're the best at aggressively following up on claims. At the end of the month, we create reports that identify recurring problems that cause denials. Next, we address them.