We Balance the Day Sheet - You Deposit the Money

Services provided: review encounter Information, electronic claims submission, posting payments, resubmit denied claims, patient statements and collection services. Patients call us toll free with billing questions.

Verify Benefits and Obtain Authorizations

Don’t gamble with getting paid for rendered services. Prior to providing any professional service, verify insurance benefits and obtain authorizations.

Help Prevent Embezzlement

Think it can't happen to you? A 2009 Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) survey reveals that medical offices loose an estimated $25 million annually from theft and embezzlement. Podiatry Billing Services posts all transactions, including cash, which dramatically reduces the opportunity for embezzlement.

Accounts Receivable Days are Critical

Accounts receivable days is the number of days from the time a charge for service is filed to the time it is collected. The measurement is a good indication of collections and cash flow.

Satisfy  Meaningful Use

Podiatry Billing Services has partnered with CollaborateMD and practice fusionTM web-based solutions for medical billing and Electronic Health Records. Access your patient financial records and medical records via the internet. Satisfy Meaningful Use and Earn Stimulus Money. Avoid Penalties.

Starting or Joining a Practice

Begin the process by acquiring a State License. Most applications are available online. The following links direct you to the DEA, NPI and Medicare Websites.

• DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) License

• NPI (National Provider Identifier)

• Medicare PECOS (Provider Enrollment, Chain and Ownership System)

• Medicare PECOS (Check Provider Status)

Reimbursement Guide

• AMA CPT Search

ICD-10 Transition

• Implementation Guide

Develop a Physician Compliance Program 

The existence of an effective compliance program can provide evidence that any mistakes are inadvertent. Suggested components for a voluntary compliance program:

 • Conduct internal monitoring and auditing

 • Implement compliance and practice standards

 • Designate a compliance officer or contact

 • Conduct appropriate training and education

 • Respond appropriately to detected offenses and develop corrective              action

 • Develop open lines of communication

 • Enforce disciplinary standards through well-publicized guidelines

Download: OIG Compliance Program

Manuals on the APMA Website

APMA HIPAA Manual 2013

APMA Summary of Changes in HIPAA

Improve Office Efficiency

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