Here's What ABC Coding Solutions Can Do For You:
Acquire more patients with insurance referrals
Legally bill for services you are qualified to provide
Retain existing patients and increase their number of visits
Make the value of your care visible to insurers
Pass federal, state, and insurer audits
Reduce paperwork and increase accuracy
I have a cash-only practice. How am I at risk?
A cash practice is not a defense against fraud because you can’t prevent your patients from filing a claim with their insurer for your services. Once the insurance company enters your bill into their system, it becomes a claim and is subject to the False Claims Act rules. In 2020, the False Claims Act minimum penalty fine was $11,000 per claim. To learn more about how this law is enforced and potential consequences of violation, read this information published by the federal government.
What is the Fraud and Abuse law under HIPAA Title II?
How can I get reimbursed for non-allopathic care (acupuncture, advanced practice nursing, behavioral health, chiropractic, functional medicine, holistic medicine and nursing, naturopathy and more) ?
Can you explain the steps involved in setting up my practice for reimbursement?
We’ve created a webinar that details our process and what you can expect when you engage with our services:
Why are codes important?
Many providers are not aware that they limit their billing capabilities by not using the right codes to describe their training. They also rely on inaccurate codes to describe the services they are billing, further limiting their chances for reimbursement.
Is my integrative/holistic health practice at risk of billing fraud?
Many holistic and non-physician providers don’t understand their risk of billing fraud. To learn more, read these case studies related to practices that suffered due to inaccurate coding, business relationships, billing errors, and misunderstanding the regulations governing insurance claims.
what our clients are saying
“The ABC codes include over 800 nursing interventions from two existing ANA recognized nursing terminologies…not designating the ABC codes as a coding set recognized by the federal government reinforces barriers that prevent the accurate representation of healthcare services provided by all clinicians, including 2.7 million registered nurses.”
Barbara Blakeney, MS, RN
Former President of the American Nurses Association