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Medical Billing Reductions for Home Oxygen

Medical Billing Reductions for Home Oxygen

Medical Billing Reductions for Home Oxygen

Medical billing reimbursements may change for home oxygen providers. Currently, the HHS Office of Inspector General is circulating a survey about oxygen. Providers should beware of this survey. The HHS Office of Inspector General may use this survey to lower medical billing reimbursement rates.

Lower medical billing reimbursement rates would be acceptable if they were correctly granted. However, the survey, and the HHS Office of Inspector General is not taking pertinent information into consideration. The survey fails to cover the services that accompany the oxygen therapy. Services that routinely do not require any documentation with medical billing have especially been forgotten.

None the less, the HHS Office of Inspector General needs the survey back as soon as possible. If you feel the survey does not accurately express your medical billing costs, be sure to let them know. If there is a comment section on the form, have your voice heard. Also, Write or call the HHS Office of Inspector General so you don’t end up with a lower reimbursement rate than you are entitled to.

If you use the talents of a medical billing company to file your claims, they may be able to help you with this survey task. Use their services as a consulting firm. These medical billing firms can help you see where your costs are and where you are making money. They can then contact the correct individuals to have your story heard.

Not only are medical billing firms great in the consulting arena, but they are also incredible medical billing staff members. No office can file claims quicker or more accurately than a medical billing firm. If you want your claims to be handled by the most skilled and professional individuals around, hire a medical billing company.

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