Anesthesia Billing for Hospital and ASC-based Anesthesiology Practices
Anesthesia Billing from Anesthesiology Billing Experts
AHS provides anesthesiology coding and billing services, practice management, and accounts receivable management services. We use incredible technology, expert staff, and rigorous workflows to optimize anesthesia practice revenue and cashflow. Do any of these describe your hospital and ASC-based anesthesiology practice?
- Collections below what they should be?
- Days in A/R above 40?
- Lack of visibility into practice results?
- Software updates are expensive?
Learn how AHS helps anesthesia practices solve these problems every day.
Efficient and effective anesthesiology billing
AHS billing technology links directly to your hospital and other systems. Paper anesthesia records are scanned at your site of service and routed immediately to our certified coders, then to charge entry experts. AHS workflow optimization enters data faster, with fewer errors. Software automation speeds the entire billing cycle.
- Service to billing intervals measured in hours, not days or weeks.
- Increased collections from more accurate and more complete coding‚ÄĒall fully compliant.
- Reduced coding and billing costs.
- Decreased days in A/R.
- Immediate access to current results and reports.
If your staff turnover is high or overhead costs are climbing faster than revenue, AHS anesthesia billing services are the answer. AHS anesthesiology billing can also replace your current billing company if they aren’t delivering the results or the service you need. Our anesthesiology billing typically increases collections, reduces days outstanding in Accounts Receivable, and makes your life simpler. We will design a complete revenue cycle process to custom-fit to your practice. Of course, you retain control and visibility, including ‚Äúanytime, anywhere‚ÄĚ access to current practice financials.
Reasons to consider AHS billing services.
Cash: in almost all cases, AHS will collect more money than your current staff or billing company.
Turn fixed costs into variable expenses: AHS fees vary with your revenue while practice overheads are significantly reduced.
Physician time and focus: by hiring AHS billing experts, each anesthesiologist has fewer distractions, more time to focus on practice development, and more family time!
What are YOUR medical billing challenges?
- Collections below what they should be.
- High medical billing staff turnover.
- Denials are too high.
- Too many days in A/R.
- Limited control and visibility into anesthesia billing results.
InfoEdge¬†Anesthesia Billing Dashboard for Anesthesiology Practices
In today’s environment, with more and more information available, it is critical for anesthesia practices to have easy to use but powerful tools to view and analyze anesthesia billing data, and the many related types of data available. The InfoEdge family is the comprehensive solution not only for analysis of billing trends but also to analyze OR utilization, physician and CRNA productivity and much more. InfoEdge includes a family of anesthesia coding and billing reports, available on your schedule, an online anesthesia billing dashboard with drill down and, for sophisticated users, InfoEdgeBI: the latest healthcare business intelligence informatics now available for your anesthesia group.
Contact AdvantEdge Today
Call us now on 908.279.8120 or email us to discover why AHS is the billing partner for your anesthesiology practice. We promise you will be glad you did.
Tips and pointers for your anesthesiology practice
As the “business side of medicine” becomes more important, MBA skills can be very valuable to anesthesiology and pain management practices. One example is hospital negotiations. One widely taught approach is “Getting to Yes” which starts with understanding the other party’s needs and objectives. This means
the modern landscape rewards the anesthesiology practice that understands the needs of hospital administrators, surgeons and other staff . Read the entire article here for the details.
OR scheduling is unlikely to be at the top of any busy anesthesiologist’s “To Do” list. But maybe it should be.¬† Though hospital administrative duties and OR management would seem to fall beyond the scope of a contracted anesthesiology group’s responsibilities, the group that is unwilling to shoulder its share of the burden does so at its own risk. Read the entire article here for the details.