Courses & Descriptions

  • AAPC CEU Approved Vendor: We offer monthly opportunities for Certified Professional coders including multi-specialties to obtain CEUS.

  • Certified Professional Coder (CPC): 8 month program-Candidates are trained on comprehensively on ICD-10-CM, CPT, & HCPCS Coding

  • Virtual training for any state: We have training available anywhere in united states-connect virtually using go to meeting, blackboard, video conferencing, or other learning management systems.

  • Ad hoc services: Companies, vendors, or clients may not need all services but can choose specific services as needed. Ad hoc agreements are available.

  • Consulting Services:  Providers-Perform physician’s financial analysis & revenue management; Legal entities-medical malpractice attorneys, and traffic accidents; Revenue Management- inpatient, and outpatient facilities;

  • Seminars: understanding various types of insurance-Commercial, government, private, HMOs, PPOs, POS, CDHP

  • Patient Advocate Services: Provide medical records review and comprehension to help patients/communities understand the what their records reveal, and how to communicate with the providers, billing department, and practice managers

  • Clinical documentation review: Review medical records and denied claims from various payers. Make necessary corrections by implementing guidelines

  • Practice management & staff trainings: Training at location, revenue management, and steps to increase funds, and decrease denials

  • Remote Billing/Remote coding: Services are performed from a remote location based on needs of the facilities/offices

  • Coder on Call: We have certified professional coders on call and available to assist with those that are not sure of the correct code assignments

  • Medical Collections specialists: Intermediate services performed for patients, facilities, and insurance companies-all entities receive proper reimbursement

  • Denial specialists: Diligently work on EOBs/RAs to retrieve any funds that are due to the medical practice

  • Accounts Receivables(A/R) Specialists: Run, and print reports-working from oldest to youngest to ensure all eligible funds are processed and received

  • Appeals coordinators: Review remittance advices/ EOBs, & accounts receivables:  Submit appeals that are reasonable and necessary to get the proper reimbursement to patients/providers.

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