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MaxRemind has an expert Geriatric Medical Billing team and we are so confident in our healthcare billing achievement that we don’t require 12- or 24-month contracts with physicians. We have proved and will prove to you right out of the gate that our 500+ financially successful physicians, nurse practitioners, and hospital facilities across the nation.
MaxRemind’s team members have over 10+ years of Geriatric Medical Billing work experience. No other Geriatric Medical Billing company has a team nearly as qualified as MaxRemind. MaxRemind only hires the top 1% of our skills-tested medical billing and certified applicants, and their rigorous training includes university-level educational and coding certifications. We have advanced healthcare billing software and AI-powered tools to make sure our work is of the highest quality.
Our Geriatric Medical Billing Company has been a trusted source of quality medical billing, and credentialing solutions in USA since 2010. As an industry leader, we specialize in professional medical billing, credentialing, prior authorization, and practice management services to help geriatrician physicians, reach their maximum potential, and have more time for patient care.
MaxRemind Inc has been offering quality medical billing and credentialing services for over a decade, helping healthcare practice owners dominate their competition and take their healthcare practice to the next level. Take advantage of our comprehensive suite of services – from medical billing & credentialing to complete practice management – so you can start achieving your healthcare practice goals today!
MaxRemind top-rank medical billing has an expert team of prior authorization and retro-authorization, our prior authorization experts must obtain approval from a patient's insurance company before certain medical services or treatments can be provided.
This is typically done to ensure that the treatment or service is medically necessary and appropriate and to confirm that the patient's insurance plan covers the cost of the treatment. Prior authorization may be required for procedures such as surgeries, imaging tests, certain medications, and other specialized treatments.
The prior authorization process can be time-consuming and complex, and can sometimes result in delays or denials of necessary care. However, it is an important part of managing healthcare costs and ensuring that patients receive appropriate care.
Certainly! "Retro authorization" is a term used in healthcare that refers to a type of prior authorization that is obtained after a medical service or treatment has already been provided to a patient by Geriatrician.
In some cases, healthcare providers may be unable to obtain prior authorization for a service or treatment before it is provided due to urgent or unforeseen circumstances. In these situations, the provider may proceed with the treatment and then seek retro authorization from the patient's insurance company afterwards.
At MaxRemind Inc, we’re experts in helping Geriatricians helping in medical account receivables with, an expert team of A/R professionals with 10+ years of experience. The geriatric medical accounts receivable refers to the outstanding payments that Geriatricians are owed by patients and insurance companies for services provided. It is essentially the amount of money that is owed to a healthcare provider for the medical services they have rendered.
Medical accounts receivable can include charges for medical procedures, consultations, and treatments. Our medical account receivable experts tackle outstanding payments, following up with patients and insurance companies for payment, and resolving any issues that may arise.
Effective management of medical accounts receivable is essential for the financial stability of our healthcare providers. Our team uses the latest medical billing and medical account receivable software and other tools to track payments, automate billing and collections, and improve the efficiency of revenue cycle management.
Our Geriatrician medical credentialing specialist will verify and evaluate the qualifications, training, experience, and licensure of healthcare providers before submitting them for final approval. This process ensures that healthcare professionals meet the standards required to provide safe and high-quality care to patients in the USA.
Medical credentialing involves gathering and verifying a variety of information, including education and training, licensure and certification, work history, malpractice history, and references. The information is then reviewed and evaluated to determine if the healthcare provider meets the requirements to practice in a particular healthcare organization or network.
Geriatrician credentialing is a vital process for Nephrology practices, as it helps to ensure patient safety and quality of care by Nephrology providers. By verifying the qualifications of healthcare providers, healthcare organizations can trust that their staff is qualified and competent to provide care to patients.
Geriatric CPT codes are specific codes used in medical billing by Geriatricians to identify and track the medical services provided to older adults. Some examples of Geriatric CPT codes include evaluations for cognitive impairment, assessments of functional status, and management of chronic conditions commonly found in older adults, such as osteoporosis and dementia. The use of Geriatric CPT codes helps ensure accurate billing and reimbursement for the care provided to this unique patient population. Here is a list of some common Geriatric CPT codes:
|99483:||Assessment of and care planning for a patient with cognitive impairment, requiring at least 30 minutes of the physician's or other qualified healthcare professional's time, with or without the direct involvement of family or caregiver.|
|96116:||Neurobehavioral status exam (clinical assessment of thinking, reasoning, and judgment) by physician or other qualified healthcare professional.|
|96127:||Brief emotional/behavioral assessment (e.g., depression screening) with scoring and documentation, per standardized instrument.|
|99497:||Advance care planning including the explanation and discussion of advance directives such as standard forms (with completion of such forms, when performed), by physician or other qualified healthcare professional; first 30 minutes, face-to-face with the patient, family member(s), and/or surrogate.|
|99498:||Advance care planning including the explanation and discussion of advance directives such as standard forms (with completion of such forms, when performed), by physician or other qualified healthcare professional; each additional 30 minutes (list separately in addition to code for primary procedure).|
|99307:||Subsequent nursing facility care, per day, for the evaluation and management of a patient, which requires at least two of the following: review and revision of the care plan, review of the patient's condition, or communication with other healthcare professionals involved in the patient's care.|
|99308:||Subsequent nursing facility care, per day, for the evaluation and management of a patient, which requires at least two of the following: review and revision of the care plan, review of the patient's condition, or communication with other healthcare professionals involved in the patient's care, with moderate medical decision making.|
These codes are just a few examples of the many Geriatric CPT codes that are available for healthcare providers to use when caring for older adults.
Geriatrics is a medical specialty that focuses on the health and well-being of elderly patients. Within the field of Geriatrics, there are several subspecialties that healthcare providers can specialize in. We offer medical billing services for all these healthcare sub-specialties.
Geriatric Psychiatry Billing Services: This subspecialty focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of mental health conditions that affect older adults, such as depression, anxiety, and dementia.
Geriatric Cardiology Billing Services: This subspecialty focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of heart disease in older adults, as well as the management of other cardiovascular conditions that are common in the elderly.
Geriatric Oncology Billing Services: This subspecialty focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer in older adults, as well as the management of other conditions related to cancer, such as pain and side effects of treatment.
Geriatric Neurology Billing Services: This subspecialty focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of neurological conditions that affect older adults, such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, and stroke.
Geriatric Rheumatology Billing Services: This subspecialty focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of rheumatic conditions that are more common in older adults, such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
Geriatric Emergency Medicine Billing Services: This subspecialty focuses on the unique challenges of providing emergency medical care to older adults, such as managing multiple chronic conditions and addressing issues related to mobility and cognition.
These are just a few examples of the many subspecialties within the field of Geriatrics. By specializing in one of these areas, healthcare providers can gain expertise in the unique health needs of older adults and provide high-quality care to this patient population. MaxRemind’s highly professional and expert medical billing and certified coding experts handle the billing of all these sub-specialties.
Outsourcing is the practice of hiring a third-party company, i.e MaxRemind to handle your practice billing, here are some benefits of outsourcing:
Practice Cost Savings: Outsourcing is a cost-effective way to obtain services and expertise without the expense of hiring full-time medical billing staff. Outsourcing can reduce billing professional costs, overhead costs, and other expenses associated with maintaining an in-house medical billing team.
Increased Healthcare Practice Efficiency: Outsourcing can allow a healthcare specialist to focus on its core competencies and leave other tasks to MaxRemind. This can increase efficiency and productivity, as resources can be allocated more effectively.
Access to Expertise: Outsourcing can provide access to specialized knowledge and expertise that may not be available in-house. This can lead to improved quality and faster turnaround times.
Flexibility: Outsourcing allows companies to quickly scale up or down based on their needs. This can be especially beneficial for small healthcare practices that may not have the resources to hire and maintain a full-time staff.
Overall, outsourcing can be a beneficial strategy for healthcare professionals looking to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and access specialized expertise.