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Complex Medical Billing Process

Written by   Updated June 25, 2024

WeCare is made up of a group of certified and motivated individuals with more than 12 years of combined expertise in medical billing, information technology, and business consulting. Over the previous decade, our leadership team has worked with a variety of hospitals, medical practices of all kinds, laboratories, and individual physicians.

Our end-to-end medical billing services will help you get the most compensation for the least amount of money. Don’t just monitor your account and submit simple claims; actively manage it from top to bottom to enhance your practice’s financial success.

Though medical billing and other claims can be complex, using an experienced billing agent that understands claim processing and how to protect you can make it a lot easier.

WeCare Medical Billing is here to provide stress free solution for your medical billing process.

So what are some actions you can take to make medical bills you receive less overwhelming and more affordable? Here are a few steps you can take before paying your bill.

  • Communicate with your provider before the scheduled visit
  • If you see something wrong with your bill, say something
  • Explore options to communicate digitally

1. Communicate with your provider before the scheduled visit:

Reaching out to your provider about what your payment options are prior to any procedures is a great practice to build into your health care routine.

It’s also understandable that oftentimes, medical emergencies come up that do not give you the affordance to plan in advance. But if it’s an option, WeCare do recommend considering it to add more flexibility around when and how you can pay.

2. If you see something wrong with your bill, say something:

If you don’t have the luxury of checking in advance, WeCare would suggest still reaching out to the provider to understand your bill and make sure the cost the bill says you are responsible for is precise.

So if your bill doesn’t check out as accurate to you, it might be incorrect. Being reactive and contacting your provider to go through the details is a good practice. You might just catch something that saves your wallet from spending funds you don’t actually owe.

3. Explore options to communicate digitally:

If your provider enables you to opt into digital communications to receive email or text updates on your balance, take advantage of it. These resources often send notifications directly to your phone, letting you know when payments are due and how much of your balance is left.

And lastly, I think there’s great value in working with health systems to help patients navigate all of their financial options. That’s what we’re trying to accomplish daily through our work. Financial barriers often restrict patients from seeking necessary medical treatment due to cost concerns. By removing these barriers, and bringing compassion to the patient experience, we can together positively change the financial experience in healthcare.

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