HMS USA provides an up to date and advance
medical billing service which is the process of submitting and following up on
claims with health insurance companies in order to receive payment for services
rendered by a healthcare provider. HMS USA INC also makes it easy for
their clients by translating a healthcare service into a billing claim.
We follow a well-structured charge entry process. The
detailed steps followed through the process ensure that relevant checks are
made at each processing stage. This enables us to manage a zero-error process
and provide our services to you with speed and efficiency. Our Billing
Resources team has substantial experience and understanding of the US
healthcare industry, and offers expert skills in facilitating investigations
and enabling quality decision-making.
Timely Claim Submission:
if you don't get your claims to the insurance company within the specified
timely filing limit, they will be denied - there isn't anything you can do
about it! Our Team keeps a track of data processed and always submit the
details in time so that the clients does not have to keep on waiting due to
payers either send an EOB (explanation of benefits) or ERA (electronic
remittance advice) towards the payment of a claim. The medical billing staff
posts these payments immediately into the respective patient accounts, against
that particular claim to reconcile them.
the client has received the payment; it’s time to make the statement for the
client. The statement is the bill for the procedure or procedures the client
Our professional agency has handled numerous insurance industry debt collection
accounts with quality results. Our debt recovery team knows there is no one
solution for all debt collection accounts. Having the knowledge and
understanding of how issues and disputes in the insurance industry arise is
what sets us apart from other debt collection agencies.
primary purpose is to detect and eliminate errors in billing codes, reducing
the number of claims to medical insurers that are denied or rejected. It is
essentially a way of auditing claims before they are submitted to insurers.