Medical Billing Services
In this process, we ensure that charges are entered as accurate as possible (i.e. CPT codes, ICD10, modifiers, etc.). Additionally, patient and physician details are submitted to insurance.
We record insurance payments while verifying the appropriate fee schedule approved. These postings are updated as soon as payments are received.
Accounts receivable aging reports determine the medical practice’s overall financial health. It does this by monitoring outstanding invoices and allows us to quickly see which patients are behind on their payments.
Appeals are handled quickly by providing insurance companies with required information and documentation. This could prevent delayed or denial payments to the practice.
ERA (ELECTRONIC REMITTENCE ADVICE):
We evaluate medical electronic reports to confirm that payments are posted accurately. When claims are denied, we take the required steps on making corrections within a timely manner.
Outstanding payments are negotiated and collected from patients. Each scenario is dealt with personally by providing various options to best service the patient.
Medical Office Bookkeeping
Medical Office Bookkeeping:
Bookkeeping services are maintained and tracked on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. These services include but not limited to the following:
- PAYROLL PROCESS
- ACCOUNTS PAYABLE
- BANK RECONCILIATIONS
- DISTRIBUTION OF GROUP PROFIT
- DIGITALIZATION OF ALL PAPER DOCUMENTS
- FINANCIAL REPORTS
- PAYROLL PROCESSING
Cesar Guerrero, CFO
Carla Guerrero, COO
SET UP PRACTICES:
We’re experienced in helping set up solo medical practices and small-to-medium sized groups in Miami-Dade County. We make sure to complete all state requirements, such as licenses, contracts, employee verifications, payroll, etc.
PRACTICE MANAGEMENT REPORTS:
These reports are obtained from our practice management software to offer physicians accurate information of their practice. We can customize according to the need of each client. We coordinate with CPAs as requested.
We handle all types of credentialing, including hospitals and insurance payers. This is vital to the practice, as insurance payers require it, to serve patients.