Receiving timely reimbursements is crucial to keeping your practice up and running smoothly. These funds are required to pay your staff, buy hospital supplies and to treat patients. For these reasons and more, claim denials can be frustrating for any medical practice, particularly the small and independent practices as they operate on smaller budgets. According to The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, denials can make up to 30% or more of a medical practice’s billing. We at Scribe4Me follow a set of strategies to eliminate the most common denial reasons helping you save time and improve your revenue collection.
Let us in this blog discuss some of the common medical claim errors and what best practices we at Scribe4Me follow to eliminate them to help you get reimbursed for your medical services in a timely manner.
Verify Patient Insurance Eligibility
Avoid Duplicate Billing
Use Correct Codes
Check for data-entry errors
Manage Payer Mistakes
It is quite shocking to note that 4 out of 5 medical bills contain errors. Are you worried and wondering how to avoid medical claim errors? Breathe easy. Our medical billing experts have the expertise in processing your claims accurately and help prevent claim denials and the headaches that go with it. By outsourcing your medical billing needs to Scribe4Me you can avoid errors in claims and improve your overall reimbursements and keep cash coming in.
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