Scheduling EHR Documentation Billing Reporting & Analysis
 
Podiatry Practice Management offers fully integrated practice and revenue management platform.
You can choose between In-house self service or fully outsourced service.
Through the shared scheduling, EHR documentation, and billing, the Podiatry Practice Management team becomes a virtual extension of your own office. It boosts your staff and gives you powerful control over your practice workflow, improves office productivity, increases your profitability, and levels the playing field with the payers.
Our philosophy is based on the "Network Effect". Simply put, the more providers that are part of our "network," the stronger we become in the battle to get you paid while improving compliance and reducing your risk for audits.
 
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100% HIPAA compliant.
Centralized workflow to automate the majority of the billing transactions and focus manual follow-up on exceptions.
Self improving system to systematically improve practice KPIs.
Increases the level of personal accountability and promotes teamwork.
Systematic discovery of denials, and underpayment.
Flagging of failure prone claims before submission.
Audit risk management - monitoring for potential compliance violations.
Payer enrollment support.
Demographic, charge and EOB entry.
One touch electronic Claims Submission.
Real-time A/R and claim status.
OTC payment – co-pays and elective services.
Hundreds of customizable reports.
Powerful on-line analytics.
Integrated with Scheduler and EHR.
Billing Methodology for Improved Performance
   
Podiatry Practice Management shows a better way. You may not get every claim paid - but, by using our service, you'll get more claims paid and you'll certainly know what's happening on each step. And, more importantly, you'll know what to do about it!
Contact us for an interview with a Podiatry Practice Management representative and a comprehensive online demo of our Practice Management System today.
 


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2 West Bloomfield residents accused of bilking millions in Medicare scheme - July 13, 2012
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Detroit Podiatrist Sentenced to One Year in Prison for Medicare Fraud Scheme - April 6, 2012
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Podiatrist sentenced for Medicare fraud - January 16, 2012
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Founder of shoe firm gets year in prison for mail fraud - September 19, 2011
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Area podiatrist sentenced for defrauding Medicare - September 6, 2011
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Ex-UBS Customer Pleads Guilty to Hiding Swiss Bank Account - July 14, 2011
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San Jose: Spa owner accused of practicing medicine without a license - July 14, 2011
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Gambrills Podiatrist Pleads Guilty to Fraudulently Billing Medicare Over $1.1 Million - July 7, 2011
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Podiatrist gets jail term for filing phony claims - May 27, 2011
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Seniors urged to report Medicare scams - May 9, 2011
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Podiatrist convicted of fraudulently billing Medicare - April 26, 2011
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Two Seminole doctors arrested - April 19, 2011
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Ex-CEO to pay $27 million civil fine in Medicare mail fraud - April 18, 2011
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CMS to Release Podiatry Services Comparative Billing Report - April 18, 2011
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