Five Billing Tips to Maximize Reimbursement

Whether you work in a private practice or hospital department, maximizing collections is critical to your rehab organization's success. Yet too often, this responsibility is placed overwhelmingly on the billing department. Effective revenue cycle management begins long before claims are coded and continues after payer reimbursement. At most successful clinics, the teams adhere to concrete plans to maximize revenue.

Billing expert, David Allen, CEO and owner of Flatirons Practice Management, developed this helpful guide to provide five simple steps you can take to achieve results in your rehab clinic. 

Read the tip sheet to learn how to:

  • Help front desk staff do their part from the beginning to maximize profits in the end.
  • Avoid the pitfalls of FLR coding
  • Choose the payment model that's right for your clinic
  • Work your unpaid claims
  • Establish and track key performance indicators for billing

Download the tip sheet for 5 simple steps you can take to achieve results.

About the Author

David has an MBA from the University of Tulsa and has done additional post-graduate work in Healthcare Systems Management at the University of Denver. Before acquiring Flatirons Practice Management, David spent 20 years on the corporate-side of healthcare working for industry leaders such as GE Healthcare and Quest Diagnostics in various senior management roles.  It was at Quest Diagnostics that David was trained in Six Sigma and championed several projects including a billing accuracy improvement project.  These experiences have enabled David and his team to provide superior customer service and superior business results for their clients.

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