Billing complexity has reached impossible dimensions and compliance maintenance requires special skills and military discipline.
Dumont, NJ (PRWEB) June 12, 2006
Dr. Ben Lerner, founder of Teach The World About Chiropractic and author of “One Minute Wellness,” has heard horror stories about increasing frequency of post-payment insurance audits and mounting severity of penalties, ranging from license suspension to heavy monetary fines to imprisonment. “Billing complexity has reached impossible dimensions and compliance maintenance requires special skills and military discipline.”
Billing Precision will present a complete billing compliance solution at a two-day training seminar “Teach the World About Chiropractic,” scheduled for June 23-24 in Hyatt Regency at Colorado Convention Center in Denver. The seminar will include extensive training on practice development, billing, compliance, and live system demonstration.
“While standard insurance policies protect the doctor from most business risks, nobody offers protection against potentially enormous penalties in case of post-payment audit,” says Stephanie Capra, President of Billing Precision. “Billing Precision leverages powerful technology infrastructure for compliance monitoring in real time to maintain audit-proof compliance. It is a truly unique service designed to both protect the practice and ensure its maximal profitability.”
About Billing Precision:
Billing Precision, LLC is a national Third Party Billing Service, Certified by New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance and a Business Partner of Association of New Jersey Chiropractors. Headquartered in Dumont, New Jersey, Billing Precision consolidates billing services, tracks payer performance from a single point of control, shares Medicare compliance rules globally, and creates massive economies of scale. It guarantees improved practice profitability and 100% transparency throughout the billing process. The service leverages comprehensive practice workflow technology, including patient scheduling, SOAP notes, Electronic Medical Records (EHR), and billing.
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