Most medical billing services make their money based on a percentage of net collections that a medical practice brings in. But not always. Medical billing companies have learned to get creative with their fee structure. Some providers throw in extra fees for set-up or practice management. Others will charge per claim or a percentage of the total number claims submitted (whether or not they are denied doesn’t matter!). Whatever the case, it’s important that you read the fine print, do the numbers and choose a company that would increase your revenue.
5 most common fee structures:
Read the fine print. Do the numbers. If it’s a win-win for both parties, it’s worth your money. If not, find a medical biller with a different fee structure.
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