Clarin Consulting offers start to finish medical billing services to ensure you’re getting the maximum amount of collections. We operate on a monthly percentage of collections. This mutually beneficial partnership ensures that we don’t get paid, until you get paid.
Clarin consulting will enter all new patient information and submit primary and secondary claims to the appropriate carrier via electronic or paper claims. Your responsibility will be to get that information from the patient.
Each month Clarin Consulting will generate and mail patient statements.
Patients can call our number with any questions regarding their claims or statements. Ensuring that your patients are satisfied with the billing process is extremely important to us. Questions are answered courteously, and every effort is made to provide your patients with a satisfactory answers.
Increased revenue collection begins with accurate accounting. We will design a process that works best for your practice and ensures we get all the information needed to maintain accurate accounts.
We follow-up on all insurance claims not paid in a timely manner. If there is a reason for a slow pay, we will address it for you. All denied and rejected claims are investigated and resubmitted if possible. Nothing is written-off without your approval. Depending on your collection policy, if after 90 days an account is still outstanding, we can provide you with a list of individuals eligible to be reported to a collection agency.
We will attempt to collect the delinquent accounts for an agreed upon time frame. We will then provide you with a list of individuals who are eligible to be reported to a collection agency or we can forward the approved individuals to said agency at your request.
Clarin Consulting can provide a wide variety of reports on a regular basis. These reports are designed to keep you informed of your practice’s financial status. Reports allow you to break down financial activity each month, track insurance claims and patient accounts aging, identify slow payers, identify production by provider, procedure and insurance to name a few.