Global Medical Billing and Coding services teams hold the key to your financial success. As a medical billing services provider, you should let your clients know that you are utilizing global delivery. It is imperative that you bring up the capabilities of your offshore partner in such conversations.
Three additional key performance indicators (KPIs) - patient slots occupied, point-of-service (POS) collections percentage, and days to claim submission from the date of service (DOS) are key to running a successful practice.
Improving the overall patient experience requires a comprehensive re-look at your clinical, administrative, and financial processes. From reducing time to care delivery to improving transparency around the costs of care, healthcare provides need to focus on improving quality, timeliness, and responsiveness.
With changes in technology, a successful medical biller needs to understand (and be proficient) in using technology, applying deductive and critical thinking skills, and be an excellent communicator. Ideally, one should look for strong analytical, communication, and inter-personal skills in a medical biller
Inefficient payment posting can be a cause of extended days in A/R – creating frustration for your clients. High labor costs with this department can cut into your profitability. Efficient Payment Posting can provide the right visibility into your revenue cycle performance.