Yes. We charge a one-time, up-front fee to cover the expenses incurred with setting up your practice. These expenses include, but are not limited to the following: data entry, procedure and diagnostic codes entry, fee schedule(s), patient data, insurance companies and electronic clearinghouse enrollment. The fee is determined after we complete a thorough review of your Needs Analysis.
The time required is based on the size and needs of your office. The average time for initial set-up is one to four weeks. After an initial evaluation of your practice, we provide you with a detailed estimate of time requirements. On average, we can have you submitting electronically to commercial carriers within days. It takes approximately six to eight weeks for BCBS and Medicare.
Faxing has proven to be the most convenient. Providers fax patient demographics, insurance information, superbills or charge tickets to ABS. We then enter, review and forward claims to the insurance company, electronically whenever possible. We also handle reprocessing of claims and appeals and can send out patient statements.
All payments are sent directly to the provider.
Definitely! We are here to courteously answer questions and assist patients with billing concerns.
Yes! We have software available that allows providers to have remote, password-protected access to their billing information 24/7. Please ask an ABS professional for more information about this!