We are an Orthopedic Medical Billing Services brand and will be the last Orthopedic Medical Billing Company you will ever need. Are you struggling with scaling your Orthopedic practice? Then we want to talk to you!
Our team has 9+ years of experience in helping Orthopedics physicians with Orthopedic Medical Billing and Enrollment. As your Orthopedic Medical Billing & Credentialing company, we get behind and supercharge your Healthcare practice financially as if it were our own healthcare practice.
MaxRemind® top ranked Orthopedic Medical Billing Company delivering healthcare vision, you don’t want problems with billing, credentialing or with patients. You want solutions. And we can solve anything within your Orthopedic practice or outside the practice, our experts have the healthcare technology and tools we use to solve your problems. From data compliance to building entire Orthopedic medical billing and credentialing processes and everything in between, we’re responsible to provide desired results.
At MaxRemind, we’re one of the nation’s leading Orthopedic medical billing company. We’re Orthopedic medical billing experts offering the very best in professional medical billing, credentialing, and prior authorization services. Our Orthopedic medical billing team offers Orthopedic billing services for growing healthcare practices, small or large, while simultaneously managing your enrollment process with top insurances.
Our process begins with a detailed analysis of your healthcare practice by using healthcare software and tools, with the help of 10+ experienced Orthopedic medical billing teams. Our Orthopedic billing specialists know that deep and accurate audit is the core for the future success of a practice. Finding the right financial solution is only part of the audit, which will help the team to create an accurate plan of success.
At MaxRemind, we empower our physicians to grow their practice, by enrolling with top insurances. Our expert digital Orthopedic credentialing agency makes the enrollment process smooth and simple.
In the Orthopedic medical credentialing process our credentialing experts verify and evaluate the qualifications and professional background of a healthcare Orthopedic provider before submitting for final approval this will save time and cost. This involves checking their education, training, licensure, certification, and work experience to ensure that they meet the standards and requirements of their profession and the healthcare organizations where they practice.
Medical credentialing is typically conducted by healthcare facilities and insurance companies to ensure that the providers they work with are qualified, competent, and able to deliver high-quality care to their patients across the nation.
Orthopedic physicians use the following CPT-Codes in healthcare billing. Orthopedic CPT codes cover a wide range of procedures, including joint replacements, fracture repairs, arthroscopies, and other surgical and non-surgical treatments for musculoskeletal conditions. Some common orthopedic CPT codes include 27130 for total hip replacement, 29881 for arthroscopic knee surgery, and 20610 for joint injections.
Orthopedic prior authorization is a process in which our prior authorization expert obtains approval from a health insurance company or other payer before performing a specific medical procedure, prescribing a medication, or providing certain services to a patient. The purpose of prior authorization is to ensure that the requested medical treatment or service is medically necessary and appropriate and to determine if it will be covered by the patient's insurance plan.
MaxRemind prior authorization experts submit a prior authorization request that includes documentation supporting the medical necessity of the treatment or service, along with any other required information such as patient medical history and test results. The insurance company or payer will review the request and make a determination on whether to approve or deny the request.
Prior authorization can be a time-consuming and complex process, and can sometimes result in delays or denials of needed medical care. However, it is an important mechanism to control healthcare costs and ensure the appropriate use of medical resources.