Better the Bill and Revenue Cycle of your ASC Pain Management Practice with Confidence
Fortuitously managing a pain management practice for outpatient care comes with numerous challenges. But, for many pain management administrators, one of the greatest challenges include effectively managing billings for the control of steady cash flow and development of a profitable practice. Whether you are getting ready to start a new pain management practice or your ongoing practice has been in place for years, there are essential measures you need to take. The steps will assist you in controlling your private insurance and Medicaid billings. At our Fortis Medical Billing, we have the necessary knowledge, insights, and experience you require for success.
About Fortis Pain Management Billing Company
Who do you wish looking after your pain management practice? Do you desire the coding responsibilities of your pain management practice directed to a newbie employee with no experience or background in the pain management area? Do you wish to operate with a team of professionals who come on-board with decades of comprehensive knowledge and experience?
At Fortis Pain Management Billing services, we provide the latter. Our organization has experienced and knowledgeable auditors, physicians, and one-time FBI agents who have devoted their careers to have an extensive understanding of the myriad rules and regulations and the medical billing industry that apply. For instance, Dr Stephen Taylor is a registered physician and nurse who has been working in the field of federal medical billing compliance for over twenty-five years. Everyone at our organization has a broad knowledge, understanding, and deep insights into what you require to make decisions. These decisions can affect the uncertainties and finances of your pain management practice, and our professionals operate as a team to provide custom-tailored, effective, and efficient solutions to our clients’ medical billing.
Our Medical Billing Services for Pain Management Billing Practices and Practitioners
Managing the billings of your pain management needs effort, time, and expertise. Reducing your denial rate and A/R collection period begins at the coding step, and ensuring that you correctly code your billings need an in-depth understanding of the numerous risk adjustment factor, facility, professional, and other coding rules and needs that apply. We offer our customers the expertise they require to bill with services effectively and efficiently such as;
We provide two varying forms of pain management billing audit services. First, if you are about to shift to another billing organization, we can audit your current billing rules and procedures to find out the place and degree they are lacking. We can also review the current and outstanding billings of your organization. This will help in knowing why your practice is taking longer to get paid and why there is a denial of claims. Second, as the provider of your pain management billing services, we can audit your operations’ outcomes for purposes of maintaining accountability, recognizing defects in the internal billing practices of your employee, and ensure that the billing efforts of your practice are operating efficiently.
2. Coding and Billing
We assist ASC pain management practices nationwide for the establishment of a compliant billing and coding procedure and regulations. We also assist our customers in integrating these procedures and regulations into their management practices and patient care so that the process of medical billing becomes streamlined. While coding and billing are required to operate a successful practice, they should seamlessly run in the background. We provide both initial and ongoing consulting services created to ensure that our customers’ billing programs are assets rather than liabilities.
3. Revenue Cycle Management
Practical revenue cycle management requires deep insights and a broad understanding of your practice’s unique features. Off-the-shelf solutions for revenue cycle management are only not going to evident a similar level of outcomes as a program that is custom-made to your pain management practice. At Fortis Medical Billing, we work together with our clients so we can understand their particular hindrances and develop creative and targeted methods to conquer them.
Why Opt for Fortis Medical Billing?
If your pain management practice requires medical billing assistance, there are numerous reasons for choosing Fortis Medical Billing for service provision. You must be wondering when the right time is to get support. You will know that it is the right time to get help from a knowledgeable medical billing firm if; you have high accounts receivables and high denial rates, your pain management practice is encountering cash flow problems, you don’t have an updated billing compliance program, your billing firm or in-house billing team is lagging, and you are not getting as much as you expect.
The benefits our service providers give at Fortis Medical Billing include highly experienced physicians, auditors, and former FBI agents, a 95% success rate in securing payment for our customer’s billings, no establishment charges, U.S.-based operations with headquarters in Dallas, and a 99% customer retention rate.
For maximum pain management billing services, you require specialists who can accurately bill all the time. Our team of experts extensively understand how to properly recognize and apply modifiers so that claims receive payments for the first time. Our certified coders offer these skills and due to that, raise the chances of receiving claim payments. They are capable of handling all aspects of pain management medical billing, minimizing errors while completing payments quickly. Our technological advancement in pain management billing system combined with years of experience will give you peace of mind. We ensure that your claims are correctly submitted and in a timely manner while producing steady cash flow. Our company is completely compliant with the regulations of HIPAA and remains updated with any changes in the compliance guidelines of Medicare and the implementation of the upcoming ICD-10.
Discuss with Us the Practice of Your Pain Management Medical Billing Needs Today
You can discuss the medical billing needs for your ambulatory surpain management practice today. We recommend that you to get in touch with Fortis Medical Billing Professionals. To speak to one of our knowledgeable medical billing agents, call us through (866) 808-4160 or get in touch online today.
Dr. Nick Oberheiden is a federal attorney with 20 years experience in healthcare compliance and defending healthcare providers.
Dr. Stephen Taylor has 25 years as a medical billing specialist and consultant in medical, chiropractic, nursing, and physical therapy.
Ms. Beverly Gibson has been a health care consultant for more than 25 years and specializes in medical record auditing, E/M training, and audit risk mitigation.