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Common Terms Encountered with Medical Billing, Medical Coding, and Insurance Issues! PDF Print E-mail
Written by David Andrews   
Monday, 04 October 2010 12:08
Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN): This is also known as “waiver of liability.” This report is given to Medicare beneficiaries to formally inform the patient that Medicare is not likely to pay for certain services or items that they know or have a reason to believe Medicare will determine to be Medically unnecessary to the patient, and therefore will not pay for. The notice must be given to the patient before services are performed.

Allowed Expenses: The maximum amount a plan pays for a covered service. See Usual and Customary Charges.

Ambulatory Care: Medical services provided on an outpatient (non-hospitalized) basis.

Assignment of Benefits: It is an authorization addressing an insurer to make payment straightaway to the provider of benefits, such as physician or dentist, rather than to the insured. The doctor’s office can bill and receive payment for services directly from the insurer.

Ambulatory Care: Medical services provided on an outpatient (non-hospitalized) basis.

Ambulatory Patient Classifications (APC): A structure or system for classifying outpatient services and procedures for purposes of payment.

Assignment & Authorization: This form allows the hospital to bill insurances on the patient’s behalf and receive payment directly from the payor. A form signed by the patient showing insurance plans assigned and their billing priority. Signature on the form also authorizes the release of medical information to the Medical Center or Facility, in the event the patient is transferred to the mentioned facility.

Benefits: Medical services for which your insurance plan will pay, in full or in part.

Beneficiary: An individual who is eligible for receiving benefits under an insurance policy or plan.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 October 2010 13:52
Understanding Superbill PDF Print E-mail
Written by David Andrews   
Wednesday, 06 October 2010 15:04
Superbill is an itemized form used by healthcare providers for reflecting provided services. Although the superbill form is not unified, and it is created /modified depending on healthcare provider specialty, type of rendered services, additional requirements, as well as ease of handling, there is a set of obligatory attributes, relevant to all superbill types. Superbill is the main data source for creation of healthcare claim, which will be submitted to payers (insurances, funds, programs) for reimbursement.

Superbill form comprises of 4 main divisions with mandatory fields to be completed for accurate claim creation:

1. Provider information:
- Rendering Provider name and Degree
- Service location
- Referring/Ordering/Attending Physician first and last name (upon necessity) with NPI (National provider Identifier).
- Signature

2. Patient information:
- Patient's first and last name
- Patient DOB
- Insurance information (Insurance name/and ID)
- Date of first symptom (upon necessity)
- Last date seen (upon necessity)

Last Updated on Friday, 08 October 2010 12:38
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