Billing to Medical Insurance: In-Network Vs. Out of network
Many health care providers are not recognizing that they can increase profits and save patients’ costs by paying medical insurance bills.One of the most common questions many medical/dental billing specialists in a medical practice hear is: “Do we need to be in-network for medical insurance billing?” When dealing with this question, there are many things to consider, but...Learn More
How to Handle Claim Denials and Maximize your Reimbursements
It is hard to imagine what the healthcare scene would be like without medical insurance. Medical insurance is, after all, responsible for making health care services accessible to people from all walks of life. That being said, the process that entails claiming insurance and reimbursements can be incredibly frustrating and tedious to undertake with frequent claim denials being a major issue...Learn More
Mental Health Billing vs Medical Billing
Mental health bills differ from medical bills because of changes in mental health care that are not found in primary or specialist care. Here’s how to handle it.Mental health bills differ from medical bills due to some of the variables included in the mental health treatment providers.For mental health bills, you should familiarize yourself with medical coding, verify patient...Learn More
Understanding Claim Denial and Claim Rejection – They are Not the Same!
At first glance, both claim denial and claim rejection can seem the same exact thing. Many practitioners use the term interchangeably. We are here to tell you how to grave a mistake that can be. This ostensibly simple misunderstanding can be detrimental to your practice and push your revenue cycle into disarray. It is extremely imperative to understand the differences between these two terms...Learn More