AMPM is a full service billing company. Prior to your start date, AMPM will review your workflow and develop procedures that ensure the least amount of disruption to your office’s current process. An account specialist will be assigned to your practice and will be your AR manager; this person will essentially become an extension of your office. Your only commitment will be to collect correct demographic and daily encounter information and send us any insurance or patient payment documentation. AMPM will arrange for EFTs and ERAs, minimizing the amount of mail needed to be processed by your office staff.
Our services include
- Entering patient demographics
- Coding, entering and submitting charges
- EDI review – correction of rejected claims
- Payment posting and reconciliation of bank deposits
- Addressing correspondence
- AR follow-up on claims older than 15 days
- Patient collections – monthly billing, collection letters and calls
- Dedicated phone number to handle all patient inquiries
- Maintenance of cash balancing report
The billing fee includes all expenses related to billing, including software, document storage, EDI, patient statements and in house collection efforts are included in your fee.
- Dedicated billing software
- All EDI expenses
- Patient billing
- All costs related to in house patient collection efforts – phone calls and collection letters
- A dedicated 800 number for all billing inquiries
- Set up and maintenance of a secured connection for transmission of billing documents
- A document management system which stores all your billing related files
- Nightly backups of billing data and documents
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