Hospital Accounting Services have been providing our comprehensive billing service to Consultant Anaesthetists nationwide for over 18 years and are proud of the fact that we retain many of those Consultants as loyal clients.
Our experience in the Anaesthetic arena is exceptionally comprehensive and our dedicated computer system along with our highly professional and experienced staff members ensure that Hospital Accounting Services are in the forefront of Anaesthetic billing of professional fees. Due to the fact that we provide services to a range of clients in different specialties such as Radiology and Pathology in hospitals nationwide which allow us to utilise our extensive patient database in hospitals to ensure that ALL medical specialists bills are settled. I.e. Our computed system interrogates our patient data base to establish if a Pathology / Radiology bill is paid for a particular admission and ascertains if there are any unpaid anaesthesia bills pertaining to the same admission. It is not uncommon for some consultants bills to be paid for a particular admission whilst others may not be. Our extensive data base allows us to identify these “missed” payments more easily.
Our service broadly consists of the following.
- Full billing service including the formulation and creation of patient bills.
- Ensuring that billing information supplied by client is fully compatible with surgeons information thus ensuring that maximum benefit is achieved from each patient bill.
- Ensuring that all bills are forwarded to relevant hospital for inclusion in insurance claim.
- Billing, collection and reconciliation of non insured patients / NTPF and any other non regular billing.
- Issuing bills, collecting and reconciling any rejected accounts.
- Liaising with all relevant parties such as hospital accounts departments, consultant secretaries, insurance companies and patients as required to resolve any issues which can result in the delay / non payment of patient bills.
- Reconciliation of all insured payments and following up on any unpaid, underpaid or incorrectly paid accounts from insurance companies.