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Irregularities in Revenue?

Ask your practice manager and administrators. Then sit back and watch the blame game at it's finest. In short, you'll hear things that point to the mean insurance companies. However, the problem may simply lie somewhere between patient demographics and patient insurance details and how it's handled and how the claims have been sent.

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Are You Annoyed Yet?

Tons of single practice providers just quit and go to work in a group practice, simply because they're not able to keep up with infuriating cost of running their own practice. Being an office administrator themselves, taking on marketing, and then worrying about knick knacks of billing is too much for any individual.

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Eyes on the Prize

Don't forget why you became a medical professional in the first place. It was to help people, remember!? There's not going to be much help being provided, if you're stuck in a medical billing backlog, because your biller stuffed superbills in her side drawer. Or she simply doesn't send claims that she doesn't know the ICD Code for and never inquires. (Yes, these have happened in places!)

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Dear Sweet Aunt Hilda

Your Aunt Hilda is so sweet. She's your blood, she's loyal, she loves you like her own child, and best of all she's got your trust. However, she's not a billing expert, she's one individual who has reigns over your entire financial life and that over you employees. Don't stress her out and let her review our work. We can do the billing and report back to her and you.

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First off, we would like to welcome you to Sage Medical Billing. Please feel free to roam around on this website to fully understand how SageMB can help you with your billing needs. Our general contact information can be found by clicking the “Contact” link on the top right of each page…we do urge you to give us a ring if you need any information not listed or if you need general help.
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Why Outsource Your Medical Billing

Outsourcing is a common practice when it comes to medical billing. Most doctors will at some point find themselves outsourcing their medical billing to an at-home specialist, a professional medical billing company, or a practice management company. Here are some of the reasons doctors choose to outsource their billing.
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It is estimated that more than 6 billion insurance claims are filed each year or around 500 million claims per month. Of those claims, only 40% are filed electronically. About 60% are still filed manually or on a paper claim form called a CMS 1500 (formerly HCFA 1500). Medicare alone receives more than 500 million claims per year.
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First off, we would like to welcome you to Sage Medical Billing. Please feel free to roam around on this website to fully understand how SageMB can help you with your billing needs. Our general contact information can be found by clicking the “Contact” link on the top right of each page…we do urge you to give us a ring if you need any information not listed or if you need general help.
Outsourcing is a common practice when it comes to medical billing. Most doctors will at some point find themselves outsourcing their medical billing to an at-home specialist, a professional medical billing company, or a practice management company. Here are some of the reasons doctors choose to outsource their billing.
The SageMB.Com website offers introductory answers to frequently asked questions about Sage Medical Billing Services. Contents of the questions and answers will guide you to further information on our website or from other sources. Should you have any further questions, please consult our
Contact Us page.
It is estimated that more than 6 billion insurance claims are filed each year or around 500 million claims per month. Of those claims, only 40% are filed electronically. About 60% are still filed manually or on a paper claim form called a CMS 1500 (formerly HCFA 1500). Medicare alone receives more than 500 million claims per year.
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