Stop Losing Money And Focus On Your Electronic Claim Rejections

Posted by Jeff Rezabek on Tue, Sep 05, 2017 @ 15:09 PM

Effectively managing insurance claims is critical for maximizing an optometric practice’s profits. Unfortunately, many billing managers don’t always have the time or resources to focus on each stage of the claim lifecycle. Because the biller is focused on submitting new electronic claims, they often don’t have the time to fix rejected claims and resubmit them to the payer. So, when a claim is rejected, it sits in the biller’s inbox until it becomes too late to submit the claim.

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How Successful Billing Managers Avoid Common Claim Filing Mistakes

Posted by Jeff Rezabek on Thu, Aug 31, 2017 @ 15:08 PM

The claims lifecycle is long and complicated. Its complexity multiplies when you factor in the number of new claims a billing manager must submit while simultaneously working rejections. Although claims management is a complicated, time-consuming job, some billing managers have found a way to avoid making claim filing mistakes to help the practice maximize their profits from claims reimbursements.

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17 Insurance Definitions Your Billing Manager Should Know

Posted by Janelle Pauli on Tue, Aug 29, 2017 @ 14:08 PM

The world of health insurance and medical billing and coding can be a complicated one. Even experienced billers have to face ever-evolving changes from insurance companies and government regulations. It makes it even more challenging when your office has hired a new biller or someone with less experience who needs to get up to speed quickly with all of the correct information and processes. Today, we want to share a quick list of some of the most common insurance and billing terms and definitions that every optometry biller should know. 

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The Affect Of Biller Burnout In Your Optometric Practice

Posted by Jeff Rezabek on Tue, Aug 22, 2017 @ 15:08 PM

Over the past couple of weeks, your optometric practice has been busy with patients getting their annual exam before they head back to school. While an increase in traffic is good for your practice, profit, and patients, the increased workload may be adding stress to your optometric billing manager who is tasked with managing the claims and payments. The increased workload could lead to biller burnout, which can result in unpaid claims and your billing manager leaving your optometric practice.

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Why Your Optometric Practice Staff Should Pull Benefits Before of Every Appointment

Posted by Jeff Rezabek on Tue, Aug 15, 2017 @ 15:08 PM

Your schedule is probably packed with patients wanting to get a comprehensive exam before they head back to school. While this is a busy time for your optometric practice, taking a bit of extra time before each appointment to pull benefits will not only help you earn more money, it could also benefit your patient.

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