As professional medical practice management firm, we understand the complicated nature of the anesthesia billing business. We are also keenly aware of the fact that changes in the anesthesia field are making it even more complicated to process billing. If you want to be paid for your anesthesia services, then you need our experts to help you bill your clients properly.
Your Pay Is Often Tied To The Surgeon’s Pay
Did you know that if you perform anesthesia services for a surgeon who is performing a procedure that is not covered by insurance, then your services are probably not covered either? Before you contract with a surgeon to offer anesthesia services, it is critically important to understand the surgeon’s billing practices and understand how the surgeon does business.
As your medical practice management professionals, we will maintain a record of the billing practices of each surgeon you work with. We will let you know in advance if you are walking into a situation where you may have to bill the surgeon or the patient directly for your services.
You Have To Know The Codes
Each type of surgery has its own code and you have to use the right code when you bill for your anesthesia services or you may not get paid. As professional billing experts, we know your billing codes and we make the billing process seamless for you and the insurance companies. We take the pressure off of you by making certain that your practice always bills with the right codes.
Modifiers Can Get Complicated
Billing modifiers in the anesthesia industry can get extremely complicated and they are all tied to the situation surrounding the services you offer. In anesthesia billing, every billing request needs to have the right modifier attached to it if you want to be compensated for your services.
We make sure that the right modifiers get added to your billing statements and that any confusion about the services you offer is cleared up. If there is a problem, then we will proactively seek a resolution to that problem and get you paid.
Medically Directed Services And Anesthesia Training
Your anesthesia billing changes if your services were examined or directed in any way by a medical professional. You would also bill differently if you were offering training to a new anesthesiologist while working with a medical professional. If that is not confusing enough, then you should also know that incorrectly categorizing your work can cause your payment claim to get refused.
It is our job to make sure that all of your work is properly billed and that each type of job is categorized the right way. We will work with you directly to make sure that the proper billing scenario is being used and that you are getting your billing right the first time.
If you are at all uncomfortable with the new anesthesia billing rules that have been invading the anesthesia world for the past few years, then your hesitation is probably costing you money. These days, it is imperative that you use the proper billing procedures to get paid for all of your anesthesia billing work. We invite you to give our professionals a call right now and discuss how we can take all of the billing pressure off of you and allow you to focus on providing the very best anesthesia services.