Serving Health Care Providers throughout the United States
HCCS (Health Care Consulting Services, Inc.) was started in 1983 and incorporated as a Consulting Firm in 2001 providing support to outpatient medical offices, clinics and networks throughout the United States.
REVENUE CYCLE COMPLIANCE SPECIALISTS
Our team of experts can support the enhancement and compliance of your accounts receivable management processes through analysis and interventions to increase efficiency and effectiveness. Whether we are working for you remote or on-site, HCCS can provide consultation through Gap Analysis, Review of Internal Controls to Detect and Mitigate potential embezzlement and analyze work flow to increase compliance while enhancing revenue.
DENIAL AND APPEALS MANAGEMENT
The consulting firm has a team of professionals specializing in analysis of how claims are paid and ability to determine how to appeal denied claims in an effective and aggressive manner with insurance and government payers when claims are wrongfully denied. HCCS also specializes in Medicare audits, probes, ZPIC investigations by evaluating the denials and helping your office exercise your right to appeal.
AUDITING AND MONITORING SERVICES
Certified consultants in areas of Clinical Documentation Improvement, Compliance Auditing and Medical Collections are available to work with your organization to provide internal auditing and monitoring of documentation, coding and reimbursement. We also will train your staff to implement internal controls, pre and post billing audits so you can detect potential risk areas in advance to avoid costly overpayment penalties and extrapolations.
SPECIALIZING IN RISK MITIGATION
Consider retaining HCCS to perform a Compliance Review of your current coding, billing and reimbursement processes. HCCS is experienced working under attorney-client privilege during probes, investigations and potential overpayment situations.
We specialize in mitigating risk through auditing and monitoring business systems, including auditing how EMR and EHR templates are used which can cause potential documentation hazards (such as the "note bloat", coning and prohibiting forms of copy/paste).
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