The Paper Claim Billing Procedures

Paper Claims Still Required by Some Some carriers must be billed on paper, such as Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation claims. It is important that you have a standard operating procedure for printing bills. The entire process starts with a clean claim. If you do not submit a clean claim, payment may be delayed. Below...
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Electronic Secondary Billing

Submitting Secondary Claims and Attachments Electronically Clinics can realize many benefits due to the advancement of automation in the health care industry. One such benefit is the ability to submit secondary claims and attachments electronically. Almost all payers can receive secondary claims and attachments electronically for pended claims. Because electronic secondary claims billing is a...
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Customize Your Office Financial Policy

KMC University has developed a tool that allows you to answer specific, guided questions about your practice’s policy and procedure on financial policy, and then customize it in a tool that creates a document for you. To begin, download, save and review the Support Tool for preparing your master document. Meet with the appropriate team...
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Patient Education on Excluded Services

By the end of the first visit with a Medicare patient, you should outline the projected out-of-pocket costs to the patient. Because Medicare only covers spinal adjustments, when medically necessary, all other services ordered or delivered by a chiropractor are patient responsibility. If the patient has the type of secondary or supplemental coverage that may...
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