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Medical Billing Service

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Your Telemedicine Experts

At Integrity Medical Billing we take the frustration out of claim submission and patient billing. We will provide you with your own Practice Management / Clearinghouse Software that is internet based and completely HIPAA secure. You will have the ability to log in with your own user name and password anywhere you have internet access. We are fully transparent and you will be able to oversee your account.

Time Tested Procedures

With our proven claims submission and time tested procedures, we promise to keep your 120 day aging under 4%. Our experience with billing AHCCCS, DES, Medicare, and all private commercial payers make this goal a reality. We take pride in offering exceptional service at a competitive rate.

No Hidden Fees

There are no hidden fees or charges. Our fee can be based on a percentage of collections (we only get paid for what we collect) or we will be glad to negotiate a monthly flat fee. We give caring and personal service to our providers and their patients and have the references to prove it.

Why Choose Integrity?

A good medical billing company can be a powerful partner to the success of your practice. Here are 8 reasons to consider medical billing outsourcing:

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Focus On Your Business

An outside medical billing service can free up staff to perform other essential operations that sometimes get pushed aside. Likewise, outsourcing can also prevent your billing, collections, and follow up on denials from being pushed aside as so often happens when the office gets busy.
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Keeping Up To Date

Insurance carriers are constantly changing their rules and making updates. Compliance and regulatory agencies do as well. When the mandated switch to ICD-10 coding occurs, there will be even more to keep current with. The focus of a professional biller is on the pulse of healthcare billing.
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Reduce Denials/Increase Collections

Denials can run up to 30% or more of a practice’s billing. Sometimes collections are allowed to go past a collectible date. A medical billing specialist is dedicated to getting as much of your money for you as possible. After all, they do not get paid if you do not get paid.
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Cost-Effective Compliance

What does it cost to train, educate, and implement a compliance plan for your staff? When you outsource, the cost of compliance and a compliance officer is taken on by the billing company who in turn is able to spread their cost out over several clients.
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Reduce Overall Expenses

This is a result of the last two reasons. It is also just more efficient when outsourcing. The cost to hire, train, and employ an in-house biller can far exceed that of sending your claims filing to an outside source. You pay your staff whether your denials and unpaid claims are 30% or 2%. For an outside biller, their pay is tied to your pay. Their motivation to collect your money for you is often times greater.
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Constant Technology Updates

In-house billing software is expensive and requires constant updates. Even if you use web-based applications, there are monthly costs associated with those as well. Pass these costs off to a billing company.
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Payroll is Expensive

The Society of Human Resources Management estimates that the cost of recruiting, hiring, and training a new employee is $3,500. Hiring competent help can be hard. Factor in sick time, vacation time, employee turnover, benefits, taxes on employees, and the cost of keeping billing in-house can add up.
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Reduce Employee Theft

Having one person in-house handle the billing and the money could create an unwanted opportunity. Having an outside company handle claims filing will not completely eliminate this threat. However, an independent medical billing specialist crates another “Check and Balance”. It is always a good idea to split the responsibilities that involve money between a few people. This is not always possible in-house.

Why Choose Integrity?

A good medical billing company can be a powerful partner to the success of your practice. Here are 8 reasons to consider medical billing outsourcing:

  • Focus On Your Business

    An outside medical billing service can free up staff to perform other essential operations that sometimes get pushed aside. Likewise, outsourcing can also prevent your billing, collections, and follow up on denials from being pushed aside as so often happens when the office gets busy.
  • Keeping Up To Date

    Insurance carriers are constantly changing their rules and making updates. Compliance and regulatory agencies do as well. When the mandated switch to ICD-10 coding occurs, there will be even more to keep current with. The focus of a professional biller is on the pulse of healthcare billing.
  • Reduce Denials/Increase Collections

    Denials can run up to 30% or more of a practice’s billing. Sometimes collections are allowed to go past a collectible date. A medical billing specialist is dedicated to getting as much of your money for you as possible. After all, they do not get paid if you do not get paid.
  • Cost-Effective Compliance

    What does it cost to train, educated and implement a compliance plan for your staff. When you outsource, the cost of compliance and a compliance officer is taken on by the billing company who in turn is able to spread their cost out over several clients.
  • Reduce Overall Expenses

    This is a result of the last two reasons, as well as it is just more efficient when outsourcing. The cost to hire, train, and employ an in-house biller can far exceed that of sending your claims filing to an outside source. You pay your staff whether your denials and unpaid claims are 30% or 2%. For an outside biller, their pay is tied to your pay. Their motivation to collect your money for you is often times greater.
  • Constant Technology Updates

    In-house billing software is expensive. And it requires constant updates which are expensive. Even if you use web-based applications, there are monthly costs associated with those as well. Pass these costs off to a billing company.
  • Payroll Is Expensive

    The Society of Human Resources Management estimates that the cost of recruiting, hiring, and training a new employee is $3500. Hiring competent help can be hard. Factor in sick time, vacation time, employee turnover, benefits, taxes on employees and the cost of keeping billing in-house can add up.
  • Reduce Employee Theft

    Having one person in-house handle the billing and the money could create and unwanted opportunity. Having and outside company handle claims filing will not completely eliminate this threat. However, an independent medical billing specialist crates another “Check and Balance”. It is always a good idea to split the responsibilities that involve money between a few people. This is not always possible in-house.

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