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WCH Service Bureau will help you to increase your revenue 40% in the next year.

Sunday, October 18, 2015

Following our onsite review of your revenue cycle, we will determine where your practice is losing money. WCH Service Bureau’s experienced coding, billing and collections experts will guide you in improving your cash flow as well as your practice’s revenue by maximizing reimbursements.

Upon identifying the results of our in-depth review, clients will receive a report showing areas of missed revenue opportunities and proposed improvements in billing. Your personnel and providers will be educated on how to obtain patients’ pertinent health information and increase their accuracy in capturing and recording all provided services and procedures eligible for reimbursement.

Based on patients’ medical history and current condition, treatment plan and/or performed procedures, our coding experts who understand both medical and dental terminology and clinical nuances will determine the appropriate CPT and ICD-10-CM codes for billing.  

Submitting claims to medical insurances for treatments, which your compromised patients so desperately need but cannot afford while their dental payers deny coverage, is not only necessary for providing a proper standard of care to your patients but also legally, ethically and morally valid.

Clinical research has revealed the close association between untreated oral complications and many systemic disorders. The detrimental effect on the entire body is based on the spread of infection from the oral cavity through the bloodstream, leading to ongoing systemic inflammatory response.

Being reimbursed by patients’ medical payers is an effective way to ensure that you get the payment you’re due for helping your patients to maintain their general health and often reverse or prevent harmful effects of oral complications on the entire body.

Your willingness and ability to secure financial coverage for your patients’ treatment will only strengthen your relationship with your patients and earn their loyalty.    

By submitting claims to medical insurance plans for procedures performed in dental practices, providers and their staff members will gain necessary experience and become prepared for fast-approaching and imminent changes in the dental reimbursement system.

Contact WCH team of experts to start medical billing for your dental practice.


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