You care for your patients, we will care for your payments!
First pass claim Accuracy
Decrease in AR days
Indicative Increase in Collections
You do not need an in-house person to perform data entry. Let Vanan HealthCare take care of this for you. We free up your staff, so they can focus on providing superior medical care. We eliminate costly errors and accelerate your payments.
You do not need an in-house medical coder. Let Vanan HealthCare handle your medical billing and coding. We possess an in-depth understanding of medical terminology. When you outsource to us, we scrutinize every diagnoses, condition, treatment, service, and procedure to maximize your reimbursements.
You do not need an in-house person to post insurance payments. We possess exceptional organizational and communication skills for investigating denials and aggressively pursuing unpaid claims. No more leaving money on the table.
You do not need an in-house account representative. Let Vanan HealthCare's account representatives file and track your insurance claims. When you outsource to us, we carefully review denials and claim rejections, effectively resolve disputes with insurance companies, and promptly resubmit claims to get you paid faster.
You do not need an in-house revenue cycle manager. Let Vanan HealthCare oversee the capture, management, and collection of your revenue. We track patient care over the entire cycle, so you do not have to. From registration to scheduling appointments, to final payments, Vanan has you covered.
Vanan HealthCare enhances the efficiency of medical practices of diverse sizes and specialties. We offer custom-built plans that are tailored to meet your needs. Our support staff is available round-the-clock. Our expert analysts help you take control of your business and increase returns on your investments.
During this stage of the workflow, patients provide personal data and insurance details to the provider. If a patient’s insurance information has changed, it can impact benefits. We confirm coverage and co-pay information to reduce denials and rejected claims.
New patients complete forms at the outset of their visit. Returning patients confirm or update their information that is already on file. Our staff then create or update patients’ files. These will be referred to throughout the medical billing process.
Our experts examine the diagnoses, treatments, and procedures that were provided. They translate those details into accurate codes, using ICD and CPT, to create a medical bill. Payers rely on correct codes to make assessments.
Stop losing money from denials due to the incorrect entry of patient demographics. Vanan data entry clerks painstakingly confirm the recording of demographics during the charge entry process. By reducing the errors that cause denials and promptly submitting claims,
Billers deliver the claim to the clearinghouse, which reformats it and transmits it to the insurance payer for payment. Payers may have very specific requirements, and clearinghouses make sure that submissions comply with their guidelines.
When it comes to payment posting, Explanation of Benefits (EOB) & Electronic Remittance Advice (ERA) is sent towards the payment of a claim by the payers. Thus, the respective patient’s account conceives this information through an efficient medical biller who posts them.
Payers evaluate medical claims for validity and compliance. They may accept, reject, or deny claims. When a payer rejects a claim and refuses to reimburse the provider, we make corrections, supply any necessary documents that were missing, and resubmit the claim.
Our team of courteous professionals monitors receivables, answers patients’ questions about their bills and collaborates with insurance representatives to reach satisfactory resolutions. We help patients set up payment plans to maximize and accelerate collections.
We improve your collections ratio by rigorously monitoring for quality, performing accurate analyses, and promptly following up. We stringently adhere to medical billing and coding standards to comply with state and federal healthcare laws, including HIPAA.