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NATIONAL BILLING INSTITUTE, LLC.
Frequently Asked Questions
Industry experts agree that it
can be extremely good business to concentrate on your core competencies,
like providing quality medical care, and intelligently "outsource" your
ancillary functions, like billing.
In many cases, a billing service can be more cost effective than in-house billing. Our cost analysis on an "average" two to five doctor practice shows that our costs are comparable to the cost of staffing, office space, storage, etc for an in-house computer system. In addition, we estimate we can improve collections between 2% to 10% at the "average" practice.
First, we are experts in this field. We know how to do medical billing properly to maximize your reimbursements. Equally important, we concentrate on the billing without all the distractions that occur in a medical practice. We will periodically review your fee schedule to insure that your coding is done to your advantage. We can improve your cash flow, in many cases, by reduced data entry problems, improved claims tracking and turn-around time on rejected claims. We work your accounts receivable collections each and every month.
We donít outsource to other
countries for a number of reasons. The first reason is that there are no
controls and no way to know if the people outside of the U.S. are HIPAA
compliant as they do not have to abide by the same laws and standards as
companies operating in the United States have to abide by. There also is
the high threat of identity theft and the sending of your patients
protected information around the world. We will not and do not
compromise our clients protected information just to save on expenses
and make some extra profit at our clients expense. We pride ourselves in
doing your work here in the USA and keeping jobs here in the USA.
National Billing has been in business since 1995.
Because of our experience, knowledge and equipment. All of our computer equipment and software is the most advanced in the medical billing field. Claims are scrubbed no less than three times to ensure accuracy and a clean claim. Our staff is highly trained and knowledgeable, and we offer a high level of personal service and commitment to your practice and your patients. We have been operating for over a decade, and keep on top of all the changes in the laws and regulations regarding medical billing.
We have two options depending on
the needs, size and volume of your office.
Our general rate is as low as 6% of what we collect for you; if you don't get paid we don't get paid.
No! All we charge is the flat rate, which includes all of our services.
Yes and all the clients we do business with are compliant as well.
Claims are submitted electronically to all insurance companies that accept electronic claims.
All denials are worked until resolved. Denials will be substantially smaller than now since the claims are sent virtually error free so non-payment is a rarity.
In most cases we can be up and running in a couple of weeks.
Our software first checks the claims to ensure all the information for a claim is present. These claims are then sent through our in house scrubber that mimics the Medicare scrubbing system. If Medicare would find an error we will find it before the claims is sent. These claims are then transmitted to our clearing house which checks the claims and ensures they match the criteria for each carrier, such as id field, and other edits each insurance carrier may have. I.e.: Medicare requires 9 digits than an alpha, AVMed needs 11 digits. The claims are then sent to the insurance carriers, which also scrub the claims. If there is no patient on file, it rejects back to us, if the policy is not in effect it rejects to us. These rejections are sent to us via computer not to you in an EOB.
No! Many of our clients are out of the state of Florida; we can bill any insurance company in any state.
Yes. The entire site exceeds HIPAA standards and is encrypted using the same encryption as the banking and credit card industry. All users are logged and tracked.
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