Sleep Study Management Medical Billing Services
As a great physician you diagnose and treat a variety of illnesses as a sleep medicine specialist, including narcolepsy, insomnia, parasomnias, sleep apnea, circadian rhythm disorders, and more. Your patients’ ailments may differ, but the unifying goal is greater sleep for better, more rested days. Your job is critical for the health of your patients, just as billing and coding are critical for the health of your practice.Because sleep medicine is a rapidly expanding field, coding and billing criteria are continually changing. Internal administrative employees may find it difficult to manage the day-to-day operations of the office while also staying current on billing standards. Outsourcing your billing ensures that your claims and reimbursements are handled by professionals who are dedicated to them.
Why Stars Pro®?
We AAPC-certified medical billers and coders with vast experience in sleep medicine medical billing and revenue cycle management. Our clients benefit from a variety of services, ranging from major EHR overhauls to routine coding and risk assessments.To assist Providers with their documentation of professional services, we offer a number of coding and auditing services. Our name is self-explanatory. When you enlist the help of our coding staff, you can anticipate accurate and dependable code. Our coders are skilled and competent, with experience in more than 30 medical disciplines. Using our coding services to avoid or resolve an audit scenario could be the best defense you have.
Medical Billing Outsourcing Advantages
Being a competent doctor and an administrative manager at the same time is always a problem. Hospitals can free up staff time and secure greater returns by shifting resources away from difficult billing problems and toward helping patients. These high-value activities help the center not only generate more revenue, but also build and maintain a more successful practice with a loyal patient base. As a result, healthcare professionals can focus on what they do best, practicing medicine and treating patients, rather than navigating between payers and regulatory requirements.