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Efficient AR Management For Practices

Account Receivable Management

Account Receivables are considered to be a major challenge for the financial growth of any medical practice in the United States. With those scary claim denials piling up, and a number of healthcare services remaining unclaimed, the baggage keeps on adding up. As a result, the financial health of the entire medical practice suffers, and stagnancy is witnessed in its overall operations. To cope with this problem, the medical billing experts at I-Med Claims LLC are offering medical practice with strong Account Receivables Management services to facilitate growth. 

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Impact of A/R Backlog on Medical Practice Performance

Account Receivable backlogs can surely impact both the financial as well as healthcare performance of the medical practice. As we all understand, independent healthcare practice or a private medical provider is such that its operations are based on the revenue generated from the services offered and claims reimbursed for them. In case those services are not being reimbursed, they will keep adding up either as unclaimed payments or claim denials, eventually hurting the entire medical practice and its operational and financial health as well. This is why it is important for medical practices to ensure a strong revenue cycle process that eradicates account receivables as much as possible. 

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Why Choose Our A/R Management?

It is certainly true that A/R management is being offered by a number of medical billing services across the United States. However, managing account receivables at I-Med Claims is more than a meager professional term, it is a dedication and commitment to ensuring the financial success of healthcare providers. This is primarily because our team has been trained and guided to see healthcare providers as the best ones in our society, who are committed to helping people in pain and providing them with relief. In doing so, these medical providers are assisted throughout their revenue cycle management to ensure that there are minimum account receivables which they have to struggle with. 

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Account Receivables Managed with Clean Claims

According to reliable estimates, the majority of claim denials occur primarily due to discrepancies and errors right at the beginning of the revenue cycle management process. This means that either the breakdown of benefits and eligibility verification isn’t done right, or an error in the coding process caused the entire claim to be denied. This is where we, at I-Med Claims, ensure that your claim denials and account receivables are minimized with the cleanest possible claims that are free from any such errors. These clean claims are ensured through proper research by our team of medical billing experts who are skilled in the billing domain for over 2 decades now. 

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Account Receivables in Healthcare FAQs

What is A/R Backlog for a Medical Practice?

When a medical practice is not able to claim reimbursement for the entirety of its services and incurs claim denials for errors in the billing, the payable amount keeps on adding up. This accumulated amount becomes the A/R backlog of the medical practice. 

Why do claim denials occur?

Claim denials occur primarily due to errors or mistakes in the billing and coding process. However, many types of research show that denials also occur due to errors in eligibility verification and breakdown of benefits as well. 

What is the goal of A/R management?

 A/R management is a major aspect of revenue cycle management whose major goal is to make sure that the account receivables of any medical practice are minimized as much as possible. Without proper Account Receivable management, a medical practice is likely to develop a financially threatening A/R backlog that can have adverse impacts on the health of the practice.

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