IHR offers the most comprehensive and worry-free Complete Practice Management Solution for your facility or practice. When you choose IHR as your practice management and New York medical billing company, you will gain many advantages over practices who may manage their medical billing and coding in-house or with another medical billing company.
Our Quadrant Billing Process
Our Quadrant Billing Process, as part of our Complete Practice Management Solution, is designed to maximize the amount of revenue you collect from insurance companies and other payers, including Medicaid, Medicare, and private clients. In addition, the liquidity of your practice will be greatly enhanced. We make sure that you are maximizing the reimbursements that you’re owed. All the medical billing and coding specialists we employ use advanced and innovative techniques to ensure that you stand out from other practices.
Our Practice Management Services
Accurate, up-to-date medical coding is essential in the world of health care. Our coders are accredited in both ICD-9 and ICD-10, meaning it will be easier for your facility to make the switch to the new standard when October comes.
Regular chart reviews help practices avoid audits, saving you money – and having our experienced professionals perform chart reviews frees up your staff to focus on their patience.
Revenue Cycle Management
Many practices aren’t optimizing every portion of the revenue management cycle. Whether you’re losing money in the pre-visit, visit, or follow-up stage, we’ll find the leak and ensure your profits soar.
Credentialing and Contracting
Insurance companies are rolling out standards that require all medical practices to be in a provider network. IHR has the contacts and resources to make that happen.
Professional Medical Billing
Ensure billing accuracy and efficiency by working with IHR. Our expert team has over 200 years of medical billing experience.
Because Facility Billing can be even more complex than Medical Billing, we have coders dedicated to knowing all the differences in coding and regulation that separate these two medical billing services.