If your insurance collection ratio is low, you need our help! Unpaid and delinquent claims are time-consuming and challenging for any office to collect. The eAssist Dental Billing Service ensures proper electronic claims and electronic attachment submission, accurate posting of all EOB credits and adjustments to patient ledgers, investigation of questionable denied claims in a timely manner, appeal of denied claims using your detailed clinical notes, and daily progress reports.
Contact us today to learn how we can help you solve your accounts receivable problems.
By knowing what causes rejected insurance claims and how to prevent them, effectively appealing denied claims, and focusing on your accounts receivables, our clients earn more than they did before–even after paying our fee.
Good accounts receivable management requires more focus. We discover and help correct inefficiencies in office practices that lead to denied claims and lost revenue–eliminating most delays before the claim is sent.
Often unnecessary adjustments are requested by insurance companies. Because we understand what is rightfully yours, we do all we can to make sure you get it. Your over 90 day insurance accounts receivables will always be at a minimum.
Staff turnover is a never-ending problem for any small business–dental offices are not exempt from this disruptive issue. We eliminate it by ensuring that your dental insurance collection mechanism is never disrupted again.
Good Patients will more likely pay for treatment if they are given written treatment plan estimates that are exact. It takes time to verify insurances, ensure fee schedules are correct, and build relationships with patients. Your staff will have time to do that now.
Are your EOBs organized? How often are they referenced? Without knowing why a claim was denied, its impossible to correct it or explain it to a patient. Our service will organize your EOBS into searchable PDF documents stored on your network. We will notate continuous status updates in your practice management system.