Since Dermatology medical billing has evolved over the years, the process can be cumbersome. It requires a clear description of skin lesions, including the number, size, and the precise location. Dermatology billing also requires in-depth information on the excision, biopsy, and destruction of the lesion.
In addition to the constantly changing patterns reimbursement and insurance policies, dermatology keeps on changing rapidly. It has expanded beyond surgical and medical, and includes a variety of cosmetic surgeries.
A dermatology practice requires implementing different technology, seamless performance and processing against various tactics to avoid being under-compensated or handling fines and audits.
When you outsource your dermatology medical billing seasoned service provider, you benefit from dedicated and experienced staff who can help reduce billing errors and improve your revenue stream. This is because you get you access to a team of professionals trained in end-to-end billing for dermatology.
At Unify, our team of medical billing and coding experts is competent in understanding the unique attributes that dermatology billing carries. We have an extended client base, covering a wide range of physician practices, hospitals, and medical billing companies. Our team of coders is proficient in coding based on AMA and CMS guidelines.
Our team is well-versed in the CPT codes provided by CMS for each procedure and their global periods.
Well trained in the efficient use of Medical Coding Software.
Successful in processing medical claims with both commercial insurance companies and public payers like Medicaid and Medicare.
Efficient in working with Medicare & Medicaid and understanding state-specific policies.
Expert in eliminating any risk of losses, reducing costs, and helping you achieve improved clinical & operational efficiency.
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