Medical Billing Company
Cardiology Medical Billing Services
Higher the accuracy | Lower the claim denials | Faster account reimbursement.
With constantly evolving technology and complex diagnostic protocols, only skilled professionals can handle Cardiology Medical Billing. The constant advancements in this field have led to complicated codes constantly changing for nearly every procedure. Furthermore, Cardiologists don’t have time to oversee the billing and Coding of their Cardiology services which eventually disturbs their Revenue Cycle Management.
Cardiology is one of the most intriguing specialties in the healthcare industry. According to research, heart disease causes about 655,000 deaths annually in the United States.
Experienced Hands in Cardiology Billing
Our AAPC-certified coders and professional billers stay updated on the latest cardiology codes and the new hospital inpatient codes for cardiovascular procedures. Based on the documentation you provide on the medical procedures carried out, we will compile, code, and submit claims to Medicare and private insurance providers.
Our coders are experienced in coding for surgical procedures like bypass surgery and heart valve replacement. They are conversant on the most recent CPT, HCPCS, ICD-10, and ICD-11 codes, as well as code variants for several procedures.
NEO MD Specialization in Cardiology Medical Billing Services
Our professionals performed flawlessly in the below Cardiology Sub-specialties. However, we are not bound to the services mentioned below because our experts are professionally trained and have a wide range of experience tackling in-and-out facility issues.
Range of Cardiology Medical Billing Services Offered by “NEO MD”
We provide a variety of outsourcing services for cardiology medical billing. This includes;
- Authorization/ Insurance Verification
- Charge Entry
- Medical Coding
- Claim Scrubbing
- AR Collections & Denial Management
- Payment Posting
- Patient Statements
- Timely Claim Submission
Some of the Procedures that we have covered so far;
- Rotational atherectomy
- Stent procedures
- Nuclear studies
- Biventricular pacing
- Cardiovascular magnetic resonance
- Cardiac catheterization
- Implantable and wearable cardiac device assessments