Otolaryngology Billing Department provides Medical Billing Services to Ears, Nose and Throat (ENT)
Prior to Capture Billing, Stacy was the billing manager for one of the largest and most successful Otolaryngology practices in the state of Virginia. Her extensive knowledge and experience with medical billing and coding for Otolaryngology procedures and surgeries will enabled Capture Billing to increase its ENT billing.
As the head of the Otolaryngology billing department, Stacy oversees all Otolaryngology billing functions. Stacy’s extensive knowledge in the Otolaryngology field comes from over 18 years of experience in medical billing, 8 of which come from working in Otolaryngology practices.
“There are two very common billing issues that occur in the Otolaryngology field. First, the improper use of modifier 50; this affects insurance reimbursements when billing bilateral procedures. And second, claim denials for CPT code 30520 (septoplasty). These denials require appeals and additional medical documentation. Handling these claims improperly can result in a loss of revenue for the individual practices”, says Stacy. “We will be able to help our practices with these and other billing problems to recoup this income and increase their profitability.”
Stacy and her team will handle all aspects of otolaryngology billing in addition to guiding doctors and their staff through the medical billing process; from charge entry, insurance claims submission, patient billing and denial management to revenue follow-up.
Capture wants to ensure the physicians and their practices get paid for all of the services that they provide, which will help medical practices to continue to thrive.
Otolaryngology practices are able to focus on their patients and alleviate the loss of revenue when they allow a company such as Capture Billing to provide them with expert medical billing services.