With studies indicating as much as 6-7% underpayment for physicians, partnering with medical coding and billing experts has never been more critical. Our Allscripts billing and coding professionals can help your practice overcome some of the most complicated billing challenges.
Medical billing is a complicated and time consuming process. Many practices simply don't have the time or resources to take on the challenges of revenue cycle management that exist today. We help practices using the Allscripts EHR software overcome some of the most difficult medical billing challenges.
We know what it takes to get your practice paid quickly and accurately. Our advanced business intelligence reporting provides actionable data that helps us target the areas of your revenue cycle that are under performing. The results? Fewer denials, increased productivity, and higher revenue.
As a provider, it is important to be paid for the services delivered to the patient. This requires a staff of highly-qualified coding and billing professionals to make sure claims are accurate before being processed for payment. Our charge review processes, team members, and technology help prevent errors that could lead to unnecessary delays in payment.
Our CPCs review all charges in Allscripts prior to submission. Your Certified Professional Coder will also work closely with providers to offer advice and recommendations for proper codes and modifiers.
With 3 layers of claim scrubbing, we help your practice avoid denials. We also check your codes against billing rules in Allscripts EHR to make sure a claim is billed accurately the first time.
Avoid unnecessary denials because of ICD-10 codes and poor documentation. Our ICD-10 Certified Coders helped hundreds of healthcare providers prepare for ICD-10 and have a successful transition.
MGMA reports that 50% to 65% of denials are never worked. Our proactive and reactive claim follow-up and denial appeal specialists have a robust library of state, payor, and issue appeal letters to make sure your denials are handled quickly. Our 70% success rate at overturning denials can dramatically improve your practice's bottom line.
MGMA estimates that payers underpay U.S. practice on average by 7% to 11%. Our contract payment variance tool analyzes payments from third party payers and compares actual payment to expected payment based on applicable contract.
We monitor, evaluate, measure and analyze your practice's denials with advanced denial management reports and dashboards. Our advanced denial management reports give you insight into the top codes being denied and which payers are denying most of your payments.
Invalid or incorrect patient insurance eligibility data is one of the most common reasons for front-end claim denials. GroupOne's patient insurance eligibility verification is done on upcoming patient appointments to confirm patient coverage before services are provided.
With increased difficulties in reimbursement, enhanced analytics have never been more critical to creating a profitable practice. Gain daily, insightful performance overviews of your most important processes. Our practice performance analytics save you time from manually compiling reports. Instead, receive scheduled reports right to your inbox on E&M coding, profitability, productivity, and more.
Understand shifts that may be happening in your payer mix and how they affect your bottom line with a dashboard specifically for payer mix. View your payer mix easily and quickly and see how that mix has shifted over time.
View a dashboard of matched accounts receivables to find out where AR is located, who the AR belongs to, and possibly identify why it is sitting in AR. Quickly visualize and identify significant non contractual adjustments.
Select your most important Key Performance Indicators and receive them on the go. The Mobile Scorecard is composed of all your configured KPIs. View the KPI value, goal, trend summary, percent of goal, and a trend arrow.
"GroupOne, has the best customer service.
They are very easy to work with, and are very knowledgeable, of all aspects of the EMR. The communication is always open, and the frequent emails that are sent out or very informative - informing you of all the latest changes and updates for Medicare and how to get the most for your reimbursements. In this ever changing reimbursement world, it is nice to have someone looking out for the best interest of your practice."