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WE DO THE EXTRA WORK ON THE FRONT-END TO ENSURE A SMOOTH TRANSTION OF YOUR BILLING & COLLECTIONS

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DATA COLLECTION

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VERIFICATION OF ACCURACY

BILLING TRANSITION

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STEP 1: Data Collection

We’ll go through all the typical steps of collecting the documentation needed in order to secure authorizations and submit claims. This includes obtaining copies of your state license, accreditation, staff credentials, in-network contracts, etc. 

Additionally, we’ll set up your portal to be able to transparency day 1 and start the process of identifying insurance payers you may be interested in contracting with as an in-network provider. 

STEP 2: Verify Everything

Prior to our start date, we go into your system and verify that everything is actually accurate. From re-running all active patient’s insurance policies, to calling on every active patient’s authorization, we ensure the information in your EMR is accurate. This way, not only will we have your active census built out in our system on Day 1, you’ll also know everything is up to date and correct. 

STEP 3: First Week's Billing

After establishing a billing schedule (we typically bill one week in arrears), we’ll go through your EMR and provide a draft billing report. Once your team reviews, finalizes and sends the finalized billing back to us, we’ll get your bills fully submitted within 24 hours. 

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We’re happy to review your authorization averages, length of stays, billing & collections, and in-network rates to determine areas where you may be able to improve your billing & deposits. 

MAKE THE CHANGE TODAY & WE’LL COVER THE COST OF YOUR CONTRACT TERMINATION 

6.5%

Flat Fee of Collected Deposits, Subject To Minimum Deposits

Upon executing a billing agreement with Remedy, we’ll reimburse you up to three month’s of your previous invoices toward your current contract termination fee – up to $90,000. Terms and conditions apply