As a wound care provider, you are acutely aware that not every wound heals quickly. For some patients, these chronic wounds can last weeks and months with no signs of improvement and lead to life-altering complications. Needless to say, early intervention and treatment are critical to proper healing, and that’s where you can help. But while you are amazing at the services you provide, errors on the backend with wound care medical billing and coding keep you from getting paid.
With 6.5 million patients annually seeking help for their unique wound care needs, it has become more crucial than ever for wound care providers such as yourself to make sure medical billing and coding processes are on point.
If this conversation overwhelms you, don’t fret.
Many common errors we see in wound care medical billing and coding are easy to resolve when you know what to look for and, more importantly, have the right coders in your corner.
You Shouldn’t Have to Go in Circles With Your Medical Billing
Getting paid for the services you provide is paramount to the long-term success of your medical practice. But you also need to deliver superior services to your patients, and you can’t do that when you’re stuck in an endless loop of chasing down unpaid bills, deciphering uncomfortable and confusing systems, and sitting on hold with insurance companies. This can leave you in a position where you constantly leave money on the table, and the patient experience suffers immensely.
The wound care medical billing and coding process should be smooth, efficient, and something you don’t have to tackle alone. TAT Billing Services is an extension of your practice. We have spent over two decades helping doctor’s offices near and far get paid. We understand the value this service brings to you and your patients — all that’s left is to give us a call.