REVENUE CYCLE MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Practice Management Services = Maximized Revenue
We are focused on streamlining all medical billing procedures with an emphasis on premier customer service. Our team assures prompt collections emphasizing on maximum revenue with minimal stress.
Global Health offers a wide variety of medical billing and practice management services:
Outstanding A/R Cleanup Services
Claims Appeal Services
Healthcare Practice Analytics
Medical Coding Services
Medical Collections Services
Medical Provider Credentialing
Payer Contracting Services
Payer Contract Negotiations
Healthcare Business Intelligence = Total Practice Insight
Our exclusive cutting-edge dashboard technology, HELM, was conceived and developed in-house using our decades of experience in healthcare consulting, analytics and IT know-how. HELM utilizes data created and entered by a practice and payers to develop a visual of the overall practice health. This provides opportunities for achieving increased revenue, rules compliance, reduced operational costs and a multitude of benefits. Quickly zero in on trends that are causing collection issues in your practice and within days increase practice profits through:
Compliance Services = Value Based Healthcare Consulting
Compliance is more critical these days. Quality initiatives are changing rapidly. Payers are performing audits to check billing accuracy and provider coding compliance. Partnering with Global Health ensures that revenue is not at risk, documentation is compliant for MIPS and other quality care measures and the practice is protected from OIG audits. Receive the maximum reimbursement while remaining compliant. Global Health experts are proficient in the services that assure maximum reimbursement and compliance, including:
Why Choose Global Health
Global Health partners with providers to secure physician independence and self-determination for the delivery of premium quality patient care.
We offer physicians honest, trustworthy and unbiased feedback bundled with effective support services and transparency for navigating the healthcare business.
Whether or not you are using an EHR, our practice management system or anything in between, Global Health can provide as much or as little support as is needed.
With decades of experience exceeding expectations of scores of clients, Global Health Management Services is the answer to increasing cash flow while reducing operating costs so you can allocate money as you see fit.
Revolutionary dashboard technology, HELM, conceived and developed in-house, utilizes our decades of experience in healthcare consulting, analytics and IT know-how.
Quickly zero in on trends that are causing collection issues in your practice and within days increase practice profits.
Choose daily data gathering and reporting to meet required metrics or skeletal back-up only.
Receive customized solutions that meet needs specific to your specialty and practice.
Healthcare Industry News
Top 3 Effective Solutions to Diminish Healthcare Accounts Receivables There are three top effective solutions for diminishing healthcare accounts receivables. On any given day, medical practices are inundated with administrative responsibilities such as scheduling, patient registrations, patient eligibility and coverage verification, pre-certification, patient payments, coding, billing, denial management, and not to mention office staff issues.[…]
Top 3 Benefits of In-House vs. Outsourcing Medical Billing: A Practice Manager’s View Having 30 years of experience as a Medical Practice Administrator dedicated to managing medical practices which did billing in-house, I would like to share the benefits of outsourcing versus in-house medical billing. Today I am devoted to developing efficient and cost-effective revenue[…]
3 Top Ways Healthcare Providers Can Increase Revenue and Profits How can I increase my profits? This is a question I hear quite often from providers and practice organizations. With the healthcare shift from fee for service to value-based, Revenue Cycle Management is becoming more essential than ever before. Providers may now be experiencing larger[…]
5 Top Reasons Healthcare Analytics Add Value We live in a society where information is at our fingertips at all times. If you ever want to know an answer to a question, you just ask Siri or Google. So why not have that information for your practice as well? Having worked in the technology field[…]
Small practice positives and challenges regarding the implementation of MACRA There are positives and challenges for the small practice regarding the implementation of the Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA). Small practice positives with MACRA The flexible “pick your pace of participation” route permits practices to report one active quality measure per provider for[…]
MACRA: Medicare Access and CHIP Re-authorization Act Understanding The Quality Payment Program & Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) MACRA: The Medicare Access and CHIP Re-authorization Act of 2015 is the new CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) program that consolidates together the Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS), Value-based Modifier (VBM),[…]
Article 2 in a series: Ambulatory anesthesia providers resolve value-based payment issues. The first article in the series, The Ambulatory Anesthesia Value-Based World, addressed the problems associated with achieving effective results in the world of value-based payment models and ambulatory anesthesia. This report features what practitioners are doing to resolve the issues and achieve desired[…]
Article 1 in a series to help anesthesia providers survive and thrive using the new value-based payment models. The reality of the ambulatory anesthesia value-based world is that Medicare inadvertently set up the ambulatory anesthesiology practice for failure. Most of the non-hospital based practices were unable to achieve meaningful use which eliminated them from the[…]
Anesthesia Reporting of PQRS for 2016 The Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) is at the core of a much larger mandate that requires a significant amount of clinical data reporting. This type of accounting does not work fluidly without the use of electronic medical records (EMRs). In order to avoid a financial penalty over the[…]
The Future of Quality Reporting and Value Based Care for All Healthcare Services The past few years have created many changes in how healthcare is provided to patients, the quality of that care and the distribution of the reimbursement for those services. These changes are a direct result of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care[…]