Offering a range of services to maximize the potential for positive patient outcome and company revenue growth.

Our team of experts is ready to assist your facility through the insurance process including strong patient advocacy, thorough and accurate verification of benefits, careful claims processing and management, and follow up and management of claim denials. When you let us handle the stress of working with insurance companies, you will have more time to focus on the care of your patients.

Our diverse team is experienced in handling multiple facets of billing management for facilities catering to a wide range of services and customer segments. We hope to feel like an extension of your internal team so together we can efficiently and effectively achieve whatever goals we’ve set in our initial meetings.

  • Detoxification Facilities
  • Inpatient Treatment Facilities
  • Residential Treatment Facilities
  • Partial Hospitalization Facilities
  • Intensive Outpatient Treatment Facilities
  • Individual and Group Therapy
  • Urine Analysis

Elevated Billing Solutions is patient advocacy done right. Each member of our Utilization Management team has professional experience in the field of substance abuse, working directly with patients or in other patient advocacy positions.
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Our team verifies that all benefits are accurately quoted by the insurance company and we retain proper documentation to ensure that the patient’s insurance company is held accountable for the benefits that are provided. We strive to return all verifications within 45 minutes.
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We will submit all claims on behalf of the facility, utilizing advanced claims processing software to ensure that the claim is correctly submitted to the insurance company the first time.
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Our clients don’t have to deal with the burden of filing denials claims — we do it for them. We understand the legal processes surrounding insurance and how to hold the insurance company liable for the treatment that has been provided to the patient.
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