Focus on medical billing and coding procedures for complete revenue cycle management
Mistakes by inexperienced and overwhelmed staff can result in delays in payment, or even denied claims, ultimately resulting in a loss of time and money for your practice. Gain better control of your account receivables without the challenges of dealing with impersonal billing companies or untrained office staff, by signing up for a dedicated Remote Biller™, a medical billing service, through IPMSO.
It’s like having your own in-house biller, but instead of sitting in your practice, your dedicated Remote Biller™ sits in ours and is part of a well-trained, highly experienced, expert team of billers working with our clients across the country. Your Remote Biller™ bills out your claims directly from your practice management system, so that you keep total control over your A/R at all times.
Remote Biller™ Medical Billing Services
We offer expert End-to-End Revenue Cycle Management. Our medical coding and billing experts stay up to date and well educated on the multiple changes in medical coding and payment processing year after year. Having an experienced medical billing service, that offers complete revenue cycle management with experienced medical billers and coders, can make a huge difference to your bottom line, resulting in higher revenues.
Coding and Billing
To begin the revenue cycle management process, we utilize our medical coding and billing knowledge to review and scrub every single claim for accuracy and completeness.
Our medical billing experts work every single denial in a timely manner, regardless of the dollar amount.
Patient Billing Questions
All of your patients’ billing calls are answered by your dedicated Remote Biller™. You no longer need to have staff to field the many patient billing calls, we do that for you.
Our medical billing service experts will send out all of your patient invoices. We will work with you to develop an electronic statement process which has been proven to reduce collection times as well as reduce the fees associated with paper statements.
Should you choose to turn any accounts over to a collection agency, we will manage that for you. You retain complete control.
In order to stay financially fit, you need to have the best information available in an easy-to-understand format. We present clear, concrete data that tells you how you’re doing and how you can improve.
You are assigned one to two contacts who are responsible for your account. They are available to answer your questions and will work directly with you.
We offer competitive, industry-leading rates with the healthcare experience to back this up. Outsourcing your billing to the right 3rd party will reduce expenses because you will have no staff costs to manage your billing (no salary, benefits, etc.), no lost time for sick or vacation, and no office space to allocate.
We service clients across the United States. By servicing all 50 states, our billing experts not only stay on top of national trends, but delve into the specifics for each individual state.
Our Remote Billers™ have over 30 years of experience focusing on medical billing and practice management in multiple specialties, some of which are listed below:
Surgery: General, Orthopedic, Thoracic, etc.
Allergy & Immunology
IPMSO’s Remote Biller™ team has experience with many EMR/EHR vendors including, but not limited to the following:
Office Practicum, OP
Advanced MD, AMD
Pediatric Billing & Coding
The Verden Group & IPMSO specialize in pediatrics; therefore, we are aware that special considerations need to be made for pediatric billing. Having a medical billing service with robust pediatric billing and practice management experience is crucial to success. Our medical billing experts keep abreast of the specific pediatric requirements across each state to ensure the highest reimbursement.
Enhanced Reporting Features
To help you stay on top of your practice’s financial picture, and enable complete revenue cycle management, the IPMSO Remote Biller™ medical billing service provides specialized enhanced reports on a monthly basis.
How Do I Get More Information?
Learn more about how IPMSO can maximize your revenue stream and lower administrative and operational costs.
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