Healthcare Revenue Cycle Management

Full Medical BillingRevenue Cycle Management refers to our follow up methods, allowing us to maximize practice revenue for our customers between 10%-20%. We handle all aspects of the Medical BillingPhysician Billing Services, Surgery Billing, and Revenue Cycle Management process including:

  • Patient collection services
  • Insurance accounts receivable clean up and accounts receivable wind down
  • Comprehensive insurance claims follow up
  • In-house patient collections
  • Report analysis
  • Claim scrubbing
  • Claims submission
  • Payment posting
  • Statements
  • Review
  • Denial management

Healthcare revenue cycle management ensures that every account is assigned a dedicated account executive to handle all of your billing needs. This chosen representative acts as the primary liaison between your practice and ML Billing, providing:

  • Software training and consulting
  • Provider coding education
  • Fee schedule modifications
  • Industry awareness
  • PQRI/PQRS
  • Monthly analysis reports
  • Appeals
  • Start-up practice guidance

Health revenue cycle management is here to provide your practice with an efficient, experienced representative dedicated to enhancing your practice.

Healthcare Revenue Cycle Management

ML Medical Billing has designed a health revenue cycle management system equipped to deal successfully with the vast range of commercial insurance carriers and Medicare and Medicaid. Different carriers have their own set of rules and regulations for processing claims and filing every single claim accurately and in a timely manner, every single time is essential for maximizing your practice’s profits.

Capitalizing on the most sophisticated and state of the art technology available has allowed ML Medical Billing to design the most effective and profitable health revenue cycle in the industry.

The process of revenue cycle management has many layers and can be prohibitively complicated for an in-house billing department to adequately manage. Overseeing the process from start to finish can be challenging enough. When you factor in constantly changing federal and insurance industry mandated requirements, it can be next to impossible for a practice to handle the process successfully on its own.

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