September 29, 2011 — ACOM Health announces a new chiropractic billing service — ACOM Medical Billing (AMB) — that is marketed as revolutionizing the way chiropractors can bill and collect.
“When we researched the market, we found that many chiropractors would love to use a billing service, but are hesitant to do so because of the fear of losing control over the process and not having full visibility and access to billing data,” says Sam Mikhail, vice president of sales for ACOM Health. “With the launch of our new billing service, we made sure that we addressed these market concerns. One of the key features of our service is free online access to all billing activities.
“Chiropractors can view what’s been billed, collected, and any communications with the insurance company or patient. This delivers full knowledge of every account in real-time. In addition, our easy-to-read billing dashboards provide easy access to key information such as average collection per visit, accounts receivable balance, and average days from patient visit to collection.”
“The absolute goal of the ACOM Medical Billing service is to free up the doctor and the in-house staff to focus more of their energy on patient care and ways to grow the practice,” Mikhail added. “Billing and collection activities tend to be the most stressful part of any office and with our experienced staff and proven track record we can handle this part of the business on your behalf and improve the overall profitability of the whole practice. AMB provides a ‘trust factor’ that no other medical billing service does. And, the bottom line is more money in the practice’s pocket.”
In fact, ACOM Health reports that it can increase collections by approximately 10 percent to 25 percent with a practice’s existing patient base and services.
In addition, AMB services are also said to include free Coding Review Service to all of our clients. This service ensures that a practice is receiving its maximum reimbursement and can also help to avoid unpleasant audits.
AMB has more than 27 experienced certified billers and coders that stay current with the latest regulations and rules so chiropractors can focus on their patients and their practice, not their billing.
Source: ACOM Health, www.acomhealth.com