Cardiac Catheterization Physician Coding and Billing Services
Successfully managing a cardiac catheterization physician practice comes with several challenges. However, for many cardiac catheterization practice administrators and cardiologists, one of the biggest hindrances is effectively managing billings for maintenance of constant cash flow and form a profitable practice. Whether you’re getting ready to begin a new cardiac catheterization physician or your ongoing practice has been in place for decades, there are crucial steps you can and should take to manage your private insurance and Medicaid billings the right way. At Fortis Medical Billing, we have the skills, knowledge, experience, and insights you require for success.
About Fortis Cardiac Catheterization Physician Coding and Billing Company
Who do you desire to take care of your cardiac catheterization practice? Do you want the coding responsibilities of your practice to be given to a newbie staff with no background or insight into the cardiac catheterization profession? Or, do you desire to work with a team of experts who bring to the table, years of relevant experience?
At Fortis Medical Billing Professionals, we give the latter. Our firm has erstwhile agents from the FBI, physicians, and auditors who have sacrificed their careers to developing a comprehensive understanding of the medical billing industry and the myriad regulations and policies that apply. For example, for over twenty-five years, Dr Stephen Taylor has been operating in the field of federal medical billing compliance. Everyone at our firm has deep insights and a comprehensive knowledge you require to make choices that impacts the risks and finances of your cardiac catheterization practice. We have a hardworking team who operate jointly to give custom-tailored, effective, and efficient medical billing solutions to our customers.
Our Medical Billing Services for Cardiac Catheterization Physicians and Practices
Managing the billings of your cardiac catheterization practice requires expertise, effort, and time. Minimizing your A/R collection period and denial rate starts at the coding phase and ensuring that you code your billings in the right manner requires an in-depth understanding of the different risk adjustment factor, expert, facility, and other coding requirements and policies that apply. We offer our customers with the expertise they need to bill with services effectively and efficiently, such as:
We provide two different types of cardiac catheterization physician coding and billing audit services. First, if you need to move to another billing firm, we can do auditing for your new billing rules and procedures to find out the extent and place they are lacking. We also review the current and outstanding billings of your firm. This is done for purposes of determining the reasons behind your practice taking longer to get paid and the denial of the claims. Second, as the provider of your cardiac catheterization physician coding and billing services, we can audit the outcomes of our operations. This is to ensure that your practice’s billing efforts are working efficiently, maintain accountability, identify shortcomings in the internal billings of your staffs’ practices.
Revenue Cycle Management
Practical revenue cycle management requires an extensive understanding of your practice’s unique features. Solutions to revenue cycle management are not going to provide a similar degree of outcomes as a custom-made program to your cardiac catheterization practice. At Fortis Medical Billing, we work hand-in-hand with our clients so we can deeply understand their challenges and design creative and targeted methods to overcome them.
Coding and Billing
We assist cardiac catheterization practices across the country to establish compliant coding and billing procedures and policies. We also provide support to our clients in integrating these procedures and policies into their patient care and management practices. This is to ensure a streamline medical billing process. Coding and billing are essential to operating a successful practice and must, therefore, run in the background seamlessly. We give both ongoing and initial consulting services created to ensure that our customers’ billing programs are assets instead of liabilities.
Why Opt for Fortis Medical Billing?
If your cardiac catheterization practice requires medical billing support, why should you choose Fortis Medical Billing? You’ll know it is time to get help from a professional medical billing organization if; your billing compliance program is not up-to-date, you are not earning as much as you expect, your cardiac catheterization practice is experiencing cash flow issues, your billing firm is lagging, and you have high denial rates.
There are services we offer that other medical billing organizations do not. At Fortis Medical Billing, the benefits we provide include no establishment charges, U.S.-based operations headquartered in Dallas-Texas, highly-experienced physicians, auditors, former FBI agents, a 95% success rate in completing payment for the billing of our consumers, and a 99% customer retention rate.
With innovative online health technologies, ICD-10, new government mandates, and modifying payment models, cardiac catheterization practice encounter challenges that threaten payments. As one of the leading medical BPO firms in the U.S., Outsource Strategies International offers appropriate and ethical cardiac catheterization physician coding and billing services to assist providers in maximizing collections for their services efficiently and faster. Our professional and certified coders are updated on the current cardiac catheterization codes. Our experts prepare, code, and submit claims to private insurance firms and Medicare based on your record of the right medical procedures conducted. Our professional coders attend seminars and webinars to advance their knowledge. We invest in resourcing so we can keep an up-to-date knowledge for proper billing of claims on your requirements. Our cardiac catheterization coding and billing experts minimize human error by double-checking the codes, doing auditing and quality checks, monitoring updates on cardiac catheterization coding and billing, and documenting accurately to avoid delays in the reimbursement of the cycle of claims.
Discuss the Practice of Your Cardiac Catheterization Medical Billing Needs Today
If you feel that it’s the right time for you to get physician coding help, then we urge you to get in touch with us. To speak with one of our medical billing agents, contact us through (866) 808-4160 or inquire further 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.