Revenue Cycle Management

Don’t rely on a single person to manage your clinic’s revenue cycle. Instead, you can outsource all aspects of your billing and collections to Clinical Billing Solutions, a team of experienced professionals who have a proven track record of increasing cash flow and improving clinics’ bottom line.

Billing, Claims Submission and Payment Reconciliation

Billing, claims submission and payment reconciliation are at the heart of what Clinical Billing Solutions does. By scrubbing claims, preparing invoices, and submitting them to the insurance carriers, they free you and your staff to focus on providing patients with the best clinical and customer services experiences possible.

Client Profiles
Client Profiles

Accounts Receivable and Collections

Accounts receivable and collections often find themselves at the bottom of your busy office manager’s to-do list. The longer a claim or a patient invoice goes unpaid, the less likely you are to collect it. Clinical Billing Solutions will ensure that your claims are reimbursed before it’s too late. And as an added bonus, you can monitor their collection efforts in real time using our integrated financial reporting tools.

CPT and ICD-10 Coding

Clinical Billing Solutions ensures the use of the most up-to-date CPT treatment and service codes and ICD-10 diagnostic codes. Proper coding is one of the keys to timely reimbursement and they are very familiar with the most common codes used by physical therapists, speech language pathologists, and occupational therapists in outpatient rehabilitation settings.

Client Profiles
Client Profiles

Patient Data Entry and Insurance Verification

Client profiles require very specific information about a patient and their insurance coverage. For starters, you need to know what the patient is covered for, be it a certain number of units, visits, or a dollar amount. Clinical Billing Solutions will empower you to be informed about whether they’ll be covered for the treatments you’re scheduling, and avoid situations where the client has to pay out of pocket, or you have to write it off.