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Dr. Stephen Taylor
DOL Consultant

Roger Bach
Former Special Agent (OIG)

Chris Quick
Former Special Agent (FBI & IRS-CI)

Michael Koslow
Former Supervisory Special Agent (DOD-OIG)

Transplant Surgery Medical Billing

Transplant Surgery Billing and Coding Services

Managing a successful transplant surgery practice comes with several challenges. Nevertheless, for many surgeons and transplant surgery administrators, one of the most significant challenges include effectively managing billings to maintain stable cash flow and create a profitable practice. Whether you are getting ready to open a new transplant surgery practice or your ongoing practice has been in place for years, there are steps you can and should take. The steps will help you manage your Medicaid billings and private insurance. At Fortis Medical Billing, we have the experience, insights, and knowledge you require to be successful.

Put our highly experienced team on your side

Dr. Stephen Taylor

DOL Consultant

Roger Bach

Former Special Agent (OIG)

Chris Quick

Former Special Agent

Kevin Smith

Former Assistant Regional Inspector General

Michael Koslow

Former Supervisory Special Agent (DOD-OIG)

Beverly Gibson

Director of Coding

Wade McFaul

Former Assistant Special Agent-in-Charge (HHS-OIG)

James Hunt

Former Special Agent-in-Charge (DEA)

About Fortis Medical Billing Professionals

Who do you want taking care of your transplant surgery practice? Do you want the coding duties of your transplant surgery practice assigned to an employee at entry-level with no experience or background in transplant surgery? Do you want to work with a team of seasoned experts who each bring years of pertinent knowledge to the table?

At Fortis Medical Billing, we provide the latter. Our firm consists of former FBI agents, auditors, and physicians who have devoted their careers to develop an understanding of the medical billing industry and the myriad policies and regulations that apply. For instance, Dr. Stephen Taylor is a registered physician and nurse who has been operating in federal medical billing compliance for over 25 years. Everybody at our organization has broad knowledge and the deep understanding and insights you require when making decisions. These decisions can impact the risks and finances of your transplant surgery practice, and we sincerely operate as a team to provide custom-tailored, effective, and efficient solutions to medical billing for our customers.

Our Medical Billing Services for Transplant Surgery Billing Practitioners and Practices

Managing the billings of your transplant surgery takes expertise, effort, and time. Minimizing your denial rate and A/R gathering time begins at the coding phase, and making sure you correctly code your billings need a comprehensive understanding of the several risk adjustment factor, facility, and professional, and other coding requirements and rules that apply. We provide our customers with the expertise they require to efficiently and effectively bill with services including;

Coding and Billing

We assist transplant surgery practices nationwide to set up compliant coding and billing procedures and policies. We also help our customers integrate these procedures and policies into their management practices and patient care so that the medical billing process is streamlined. While coding and billing are needed to run a successful practice, they should operate in the background seamlessly. We offer both ongoing and initial consulting services created to ensure that the billing programs of our customers are assets instead of liabilities.


We provide two distinct kinds of transplant surgery billing audit services. First, if you are about to switch to another billing company, we can audit your current billing procedures and policies to find out where and to what extent they are lacking. We can also do auditing to the present and outstanding billings of your company. This will help in determining why there is a denial of claims and why your practice is taking long to get paid. Second, as your transplant surgery billing services provider, we can audit the outcomes of our work for accountability maintenance, identifying defects in the internal billing practices of your personnel, and ensure that the billing efforts of your practice are running at peak efficiency.

Revenue Cycle Management

Effective revenue cycle management needs an in-depth insight and understanding of your practice’s unique aspects. Solutions that are off-the-shelf for revenue cycle management are only not going to provide the same degree of outcomes as a program that is custom-tailored to your transplant surgery practice. At Fortis Medical Billing, we operate jointly with our customers for an understanding of their particular challenges and build targeted and creative approaches to overcome them.

Why Opt for Fortis Medical Billing?

If your transplant surgery practice requires medical billing assistance, there are several reasons for choosing Fortis Medical Billing for service provision. You must be asking yourself when the right time is to get help. You will know that it is the right time to get help from an expert medical billing company if: you are not making as much as you would like, you have high accounts receivable and a high denial rate, you lack an updated billing compliance program, your in-house billing team or billing firm is falling behind, and your transplant surgery practice is facing cash flow issues.

The unique benefits our professional service providers give at Fortis Medical include: no establishment fees; highly experienced auditors, physicians, and former FBI agents; US-based operations with headquarters in Dallas, Texas; a 99% customer retention rate; and a 95% success rate in completing payment for our customer’s billings.

While the propositions of reimbursement, coding, and billing for transplant surgeons and physicians carry considerable overlap with those of all other surgical fields, there are enough variations to guarantee extra comment. More particularly, regulatory oversight requirements that are mandated congressionally are based on the National Transplant Organ Act of 1984. This act controls the practice of transplant surgery in the United States. This has inherently led to unique reimbursement techniques for transplant health care units that have developed several ways by which surgeons and physicians can bill and be reimbursed that fall external to the quality of CPT and E&M coding, reimbursement, and billing constructs. These connect majorly to Medicare patients, but commercial purchaser, for many years, has also instituted various reimbursement models and care delivery. This includes payments for transplantation and bundled services that significantly vary from quality approaches utilized in other healthcare fields.

You can discuss the medical billing need for your practice’s transplant surgery today. If it is time for you to get the help, we encourage you to get in touch with us. To talk to one of our professional medical billing consultants, kindly inquire online or call (866) 808-4160.