Contracting and Credentialing are the first steps in becoming in-network with a payer. Let Missing Piece Billing and Consulting help your behavioral health or ABA therapy practice start things off correctly with the insurance companies.
Single Case Agreements, also known as SCAs, are contracts between an insurance company and an out-of-network provider.
Submitting healthcare claims is a complex and ever-changing process as technology and regulations can sometimes seem like a moving target. Understanding claims processing is an evolving skill, but learning the basic language is the first step to successfully navigating this landscape. One of the keys is knowing the difference between rejected and denied claims. Claims […]
Need help with funding for ABA or other related services for a child with autism? Here are tips for providers and parents.
The right Practice Management software tools not only help to organize important information and aspects of day-to-day business operations, but the significant amounts of time that are saved can be spent on what’s most important – your patients.
Managing ABA authorizations tends to be one of the more common pain points with ABA billing. Learn three tips to help.
We’ve compiled a list of best practice financial recommendations as we all begin to look towards what 2021 holds. Take a look and see if there are additional ways you can maximize your organization’s revenue potential in 2021.
Why is eligibility and benefit verification important? Inaccurate eligibility information can cost you thousands of dollars in lost revenue.
Thinking of starting an ABA practice? Here are five pitfalls to avoid.
Medical records are a critical service piece for both patients and providers. These records document the health, well-being, medical needs, plan of care, medical necessity and treatment(s) rendered for a patient during their time with a clinician or therapist. This information is frequently reviewed by internal and external medical professionals, patients, and third-party payers. Failure to document information correctly can not only be detrimental to a patient’s care, but it can greatly impact payment for services.