IMCS SERVICES

Did you spend years in medical school, internship and residency to learn how to navigate billing insurance companies? Do you have time to manage delinquent accounts of patients; deal with co-pays and co-insurance; comply with state and federal statutes and regulations; handling electronic vs. paper submission of bills? IMCS, Inc. can handle all of this and more through our medical billing services.

You went to medical school to practice medicine. Let us deal with the rest. If you're still handling all insurance & medical billing processes in-house, contact us to learn the efficiencies of outsourcing your billing functions. If you've already made the transition to outsource your  medical billing than call to find out how IMCS, Inc. can do it better!

  • Same day electronic submission of insurance claims

  • Secondary/Tertiary Claims submission

  • Follow up on claims

  • Follow up on denied claims

  • Customized weekly/monthly reports

  • A/R Recovery

  • Customized superbill

  • Handling all patient/ insurance billing inquiries

  • Posting of all clients charges, payment and adjustments

ADDITIONAL SERVICES

 

  • Patient Insurance Verification and Eligibility

  • Birthday Cards for New Patients

  • Patient Advocate for Hospital Medical Bills

  • Credentialing of Insurance Companies

FACT: ICD-10 Implementation
The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has mandated the replacement of the ICD-9-CM code sets used by medical coders and billers to report health care diagnoses and procedures with ICD-10 code sets, effective Oct. 1, 2015. ICD-10 implementation will radically change the way coding is currently done and will require a significant effort to implement.

Should Your Practice Outsource Medical Billing?


By Chris Thorman

One of the many business questions physicians face is whether to outsource their medical billing to third-party medical billing services or do it in-house with medical billing software. Some physicians would assume outsourcing billing to a medical billing service makes the most sense. After all, they’re the experts with the resources to properly process your claims, right? Others might want to maintain control of collections and do it all in-house.

Hold on. Don’t make a decision before thinking it through. Both methods of revenue cycle management have benefits and drawbacks. It’s up to the individual practice to weigh the pros and cons before deciding which approach is best.

Following is an analysis of in-house billing and outsourced billing in terms of cost and qualitative factors. You’ll need to weigh the differences carefully when assessing the needs of your practice and decide if outsourcing makes sense.  read more.........