Please enable images for a better experience.

Capture Billing


Update: May 2011

Get Inspired


Great things are happening at Capture Billing. We are increasing our staff by almost 15% percent just this quarter to cover our work load. It seems that more and more doctors are getting frustrated with their medical billing and with all the changes in rules and regulations that Medicare, Medicaid and commercial insurance companies require. They can no longer do it alone. We are getting multiple calls daily with medial practices wanting to outsource their medical billing to experienced billers and coders that can keep up with all the red tape and get them the money they are due without the hassle of their own in-house billing.

We are also getting requests for help with Electronic Health Records (EHRs). We are finding that physicians want to implement an EHR but lack the staff or experience to accomplish that smoothly. Capture will be starting a program where not only will we be handling a practice’s medical billing but also help them with their EHR. Long after the EHR vendor is gone we will still be here performing our billing duties and be able to help the physicians with their EHR and meet meaningful use.

Manny OliverezBest wishes,

Manny Oliverez
CPC Director of Operations


  Featured Post

Medicare Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN): A Quick How To

Does Your Medicare Patient Need To Sign An Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN)? Yes! When applicable, your Medicare patients should always sign an Advance Beneficiary Notice. An ABN is not used for commercial insurance companies.

Read More


Free Medical Billing Sample Reports

Download of copy of Capture Billing’s Sample Monthy Reports Package to see the reports you need to run your business.

Read More


Recommended Reading . . .

Price Change for Flu Vaccine

On April 22, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released Transmittal 884 to clarify payment for HCPCS Level II Q codes describing 2010-2011 seasonal influenza vaccines.
Read more.

EHR Core Measure Dilemma

John Lynn covers one of the meaningful use core measure for EHRs: Recording Vital Signs. There is a dilemma where it is not medically necessary for some practices to record all 3 vital signs but the Feds require you to do so. See what he found out that CMS said on the matter.
Read more.

Vaccine Administration Component Codes

Here is an article from the American Academy of Family Physicians. It discusses the changes in vaccine administration codes for 2011. These sets of codes allow you to code for each component of a commination vaccine such as an MMR. Read more.


Please enable images for a better experience.

Fight Flu: It’s National Influenza Vaccination Week! #NIVW2016

We sharing valuable information for clients and friends through the Capture Billing blog! This week, we are even MORE excited to join partners across the country for the #NIVW2016 Blog-A-Thon and social media blitz in support of National Influenza Vaccination Week.

32 Mobile Healthcare Stats

Are Your Patients Ready For Mobile Health? My friend Teresa Iafolla over at eVisit recently wrote a post listing 32 fascinating mobile health statistics. Teresa and her team did a quick survey of the top reports about mobile health. Together they complied a list 32 must-know stats that doctors and practice administrators need to be aware of about mobile health.

How to Get Reimbursed for Telemedicine Services

Although telemedicine services were once considered a passing trend, the demand is now growing exponentially. Medical practices are starting to begin to implement telemedicine for their patients. Here are 5 tips to ensure you maximize telemedicine billing in your practice.