Global Healthcare Resource

Podiatry Medical Billing Services

Custom-tailored to match your organization's unique needs. 

Podiatry Revenue Cycle Management Services

Custom-tailored to match your organization's unique needs. 

Your podiatry practice is about ensuring your patients are healthy and comfortable, and Global Healthcare Resource is prepared to help you continue to do that. Accurate medical coding and billing are essential in maintaining your reputation and doing right by your patients. Global's administrative expertise will optimize your revenue cycle and help you concentrate more on what matters.

Our billing, coding, and call center professionals operate out of India and the Philippines and offer more than two decades of experience in communicating with United States businesses and clients. Our unique training process allows us to specialize in areas such as podiatry billing and coding so we can work with the complexities of your industry.

Your Podiatry Billing Company

In many cases, the billing and payment cycle goes on longer than it took for your patients to receive treatment. Keep your staff's focus where it needs to be — on treating and taking care of others — and let us manage all your billing needs

Global Healthcare Resource operates as an extension of your existing personnel, filling in the gaps where you may fall short. We take on the long-ended work of contacting your patients following the completion of their treatment and determining payment methods that suit all parties' preferences. 

Our Medical Coding Solutions

Coding is one of the most important parts of billing. It is also one of the easiest to do incorrectly. Every service has its own code, and to ensure proper filing, it is vital that a podiatry billing professional handles your coding. At Global, we maintain a 98% accuracy rate in chart audits because our team members specialize in coding throughout every medical specialty. Most of our coders are AAPC certified, proving our expertise in your field.

Comprehensive, End-to-End Revenue Cycle Management

While billing and coding are important parts of revenue cycle management (RCM), much more goes into a cost-effective payment collection strategy. Our RCM services include A/R follow-up, patient eligibility, risk adjustment, and documentation for physicians, hospitals, and home health care. 

Global's in-house staff is specially trained to analyze revenue cycles and develop custom, affordable plans to enhance and optimize every step. These podiatry medical billing services will reduce your operating costs and boost your productivity simultaneously.

Why Choose Global Healthcare Resource?

Our podiatry practice management professionals have spent decades rendering HIPAA-compliant services to leading medical practitioners throughout the United States. We set ourselves apart with rigorous training through Global Academy, ensuring our knowledge spans everything we can expect from your practice's needs. 

We have experience with most healthcare payment platforms, allowing us to integrate seamlessly with your existing system. Plus, with the Time Zone Advantage, we turn most billing solutions around within 24 hours.

Schedule Your First Meeting Today

Global Healthcare Resource's outsourcing services are ideal for hospitals, medical service providers, RCM companies, and healthcare technology platforms. Our experienced professionals are ready to handle any podiatry billing services you need to ensure your finances are in order and your patients are billed properly. Learn more about how our services can benefit your practice by scheduling a meeting with us today.

The integrity of your data is our #1 priority.

SOC 2 Type 2 Compliant.

SOC 2 Type 2 audits determine how well an organization safeguards customer data and how those controls operate over a 9-month (minimum) time frame. Reports are issued by third party auditors who review the following principles: Security, Confidentiality & Availability. Global Healthcare Resource is proudly SOC 2 Type 2 compliant. 



The security principle addresses whether an organization's system is protected (both physically and logically) against unauthorized access.



The availability principle addresses whether the services an organization provides is operating with the type of availability that client's expect.



The confidentiality principle addresses the agreements made with clients in regard to how their information is used, who has access to it and how it's protected.

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