We are experts in behavioral health and addiction center billing, including billing for substance abuse and psychiatric residential treatment centers. We have experience billing psychiatric diagnostic evaluations, individual psychotherapy, family psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, and other psychiatric services. We also specialize in developmental, behavioral, psychological, and neuropsychological testing. We have the tools and the knowledge to getting you reimbursed for services in a timely manner emphasizing maximum reimbursements for services rendered at your drug rehab or behavioral health facility.
Yes! Outsourcing your billing and revenue cycle needs to us can increase your cash flow up to 35% or more. Outsourcing you billing and revenue cycle needs can allow you to spend more time with patients and potentially allow you to increase your clientele. We will send claims up to thirty-six hours after services are rendered. We will aggressively monitor all claims that have rejected or denied. We will work quickly as possible to resolve any issues with the claim so you can be reimbursed as soon as possible. Our drug rehab clients are seeing maximum reimbursement for addiction services rendered, as well as our behavioral health providers. We focus on getting you paid so you can focus on making people feel better!
No, the provider will receive payments based on their preferred method. However, if you choose to have PCS Revenue Cycle Management collect payment from your patients, they will pay us directly. We will transfer the money to your account or send you a check depending or your preferred method. Once in a while there are insurance provider that send reimbursement checks to the member, not the facility. We have the proper documents and regulatory instruments to make sure YOU receive these payments fast and secure, and get paid for services rendered.
Just because a patient is eligible does not mean that the service you provided is covered under the patient’s plan. Some behavioral health and drug rehab providers require an authorization before services are rendered while other services have limited visits per year. It is important that someone verifies the patient’s benefits before services are rendered to prevent delay payment or risk not being reimbursed at all. If an authorization is required and is not obtained before services are rendered, the provider may not receive reimbursement for their services. The provider cannot bill the patient because it is the providers responsibility to obtain prior-auth before services are rendered. We offer this as a concierge to our medical billing clients.
If you’re are interested in our medical billing services, we require our clients to sign a service agreement and a HIPAA business associate agreement. We also require the client to give us remote access to their practice management system. This is required so we can abstract the data into our medical billing software to submit and follow up on your claims. We will resolve prior claims within your current practice management system.
Absolutely! We offer a 10% discount on our credentialing services to our medical billing clients
We are flexible and understand every practice is ran differently. If you do not have an EMR system, you may send superbills or any supporting documentation to us via fax or email. We highly recommend that you send a copy of the patient’s insurance card.
Medical billing is the process of submitting and following up on claims with health insurance companies in order to receive payment for services rendered by your healthcare / substance abuse organization. Medical billing transforms a healthcare service into a billing claim, so that you can focus on getting people better while we work to get you paid. The responsibility of our medical billers in a healthcare facility is to follow the claim path to ensure your practice receives maximum reimbursement for the work the providers perform. A knowledgeable biller will optimize revenue performance for the practice, which is our goal here at PCS Revenue Cycle Management.