The application guides users in choosing only those codes that are within their scope of practice in the state where they provide services and also allows users to bill using any code set they choose. eClaim.biz gives medical and non-medical healthcare practitioners the choice of filing paper or electronic claims. Non-physicians will benefit from guidelines on staying compliant with state scope of practice laws.
eClaim.biz subscriptions start at under $50 a month per practitioner. Electronic claims can be routed to commercial or government payors for only $.25, less than the cost of a stamp. Subscribers can also purchase unlimited commercial electronic claims for $15 per practitioner per month. Filing claims electronically with eClaim.biz helps both practitioners and insurance companies save administrative costs. As healthcare expenditures rise and consumers begin accessing a wider variety of healthcare practitioners, eClaim.biz is ready to support this market trend.
"Our whole process is aimed at reducing paperwork, legal exposure, data entry time, and billing errors. Our goal is to save time and money for both practitioners and insurance companies," said Melinna Giannini, President of ABC Coding Solutions.
About ABC Coding Solutions and eClaim.biz
ABC Coding Solutions (formerly Alternative Link) was founded in 1996 to fill critical gaps in coding for the healthcare industry. The company's ABC codes help more than 3 million healthcare practitioners file claims for healthcare services that are not adequately described in other national code sets. ABC Coding Solutions' new service, eClaim.biz, helps medical and non-medical healthcare practitioners generate paper and electronic claims using a variety of HIPAA code sets for insurance claims processing. The company also provides consulting services for developing insurance plans and payment systems that enable greater public access to quality healthcare. For more information please visit www.ABCcodes.com or www.eClaim.biz.
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