Global Healthcare Resource

Urology Billing Services

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

Urology Revenue Cycle Management Services

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

Urology billing and coding come with many unique challenges. As with all medical procedures, treatments and care options have their own codes for reporting and billing purposes. However, if a surgery or procedure needs to be adjusted or changed in the middle of the process, the submission must reflect that by following specific guidelines. 

Global Healthcare Resource maintains a staff of 6,000+ medical billing and coding experts, many of whom have specific experience in the urology field. Our team understands the precise nature of urology billing and performs our services with efficiency and proficiency.

Urology Medical Billing

Providing patients with accurate and essential medical care is the most important part of any urology practice; however, maintaining an efficient reimbursment cycle will support the overall patient experience and vitality of your healthcare organization. Outsourcing your administrative practices to Global allows you to focus your time on what matters most while improving your billing services.

Our HIPAA-compliant billing centers are located throughout the Philippines and India. Our revenue cycle professionals are well-versed in nearly every EHR platform and have extensive knowledge of payor guidelines in every state. 

Urology Coding Solutions

CPT coding in urology consists of three primary code types:

  • E/M codes: Evaluation and Management (E/M) codes refer to appointments and consultations for urological services.
  • Procedure codes: These codes refer to diagnostic testing, procedures, and treatments that urologists perform.
  • Add-on codes: These codes must be reported alongside procedure codes. They specify procedures that take place in tandem with the primary procedure.

When your urology businesses transitions its coding processes to Global Healthcare Resource, you can expect a business partner with a comprehensive understanding of urology coding guidelines and how to navigate changes as patient needs evolve. Along with our CPT coding knowledge, we also have a 98% accuracy rate in working with ICD, DRG, and HCPCS guidelines.

Complete Revenue Cycle Management

We provide end-to-end RCM services, which also includes patient eligibility, A/R follow-up, and risk adjustment, making us an ideal partner any urology provider needing help with their front, middle or back-end billing processes. 

Choose Global for Urology Practice Management

By taking advantage of Global Healthcare Resource's outsourcing services, you can benefit from:

  • Experienced billing professionals: All of our staff members complete their training through Global Academy, an ongoing and comprehensive learning program that helps us understand the complexities of revenue cycle management, specialize in specific medical billing sectors, and stay up to date on best practices.
  • The time zone difference: When you submit your billing paperwork at the end of your day, we begin working right away. By the time you start your morning, claims have been worked on and completed.

Discover Your New Solution for Urology Billing Services

Global Healthcare Resource is your cost-effective solution to improved billing cycles, enhanced productivity, and increased patient satisfaction. Schedule a meeting with our representatives today to learn more about how you will benefit from partnering with us.

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