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The Benefits

MAXIMUM REIMBURSEMENT

DEDICATED ACCOUNT MANAGERS

CUSTOMIZED PROGRAMS 

AVERAGE LESS THAN 5% IN OVER 90 DAY STATUS

ZERO RATE IN TIMELY BILLING ISSUES

STAFF WITH OVER 25 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

NO START UP COSTS - NO ADDED FEES

RATES BASED ON A SMALL PERCENTAGE OF WHAT WE COLLECT EACH MONTH

Most billing companies’ clients don’t know how many days in AR they are, which means they don’t know their cash flow. So when companies tell them they can get their days in AR down into the 40s, that sounds good to them.

We aim for the 30s, and we get there.
— Peter Wall, CEO

Reporting

Sharing is caring, right? Well we want to show you how much we care about the work we are doing for your organization. The best way we can do so, is to point to the success we achieve. That is why our reporting is one of the most valuable components of our services. We value client feedback and involvement in the revenue cycle management process, so we use our reports to communicate openly with you about our work.

Learn more about the kinds of reports our clients receive:

  • Aged Accounts Receivable: Accounts receivable ordered by payable date or debtor 
  • Aged Outstanding Insurance Claims 
  • Aging Analysis 
  • Aging Balance: A listing of all debit/credit accounts, able to be sorted by various accounting criterion 
  • Allowed Analysis 
  • Charge Summary: Display of all charges and transactions relating to the specific patient or date 
  • Charge/Transaction Journal: A listing of all charges and transactions 
  • Collection Analysis by claim date: Recovery percentages and amounts by claim date and financial category 
  • Diagnosis Code Usage: Distribution of diagnosis utilization by code or patient 
  • Doctor Financials: Personal distribution financials report for each partner 
  • Expected Analysis 
  • Financial Analysis 
  • Financial Reimbursement by Insurance Company: Insurance collections information organized in time-sensitive priority 
  • Financial Summary: A month-to-date and/or year-to-date listing of total charges, credits, adjustments, number of procedures performed and average charge per financial class and/or by physician 
  • Income Projection: Analysis of previous charges/balances to give projected income on current charges for each allocated financial class 
  • Insurance Company Financials: Insurance collections information organized in time-sensitive priority 
  • Insurance Payment 
  • Monthly Recap: Overall organization profit and loss statement distributed monthly. 
  • Overpaid Ticket 
  • Patient Demographics: Displays patient/guarantor and insurance information 
  • Patient Type Financials 
  • Procedure Analysis: Chart of procedures and trends over time 
  • Procedure Summary: Detailed analysis of procedures performed and percentages of procedures sorted by patient or procedure 
  • Procedure Utilization: Breakdown of procedures and the percentage of utilization by procedure, location of service, type of service or patient 
  • Receipt Analysis: Chart of expense receipts over time for fast identification and analysis of problematic expense growth areas 
  • Referring Physician: Number and percentage of procedures performed/referred by outside physicians 
  • Transaction Summary: A complete listing of transactions posted to active accounts by transaction type (Personal Check, Insurance, Medicare, etc.)