Coronis Health, Primary & Specialty Physician

Ophthalmology

With the average practice spending more than $80,000 a year on medical billing and insurance claims processing on average, according to industry research, maintaining a billing department in-house can deplete your ophthalmology practice of precious financial and personnel resources.

At Coronis Health, we invest in the most efficient, state-of-the-art medical billing and coding technology available on the market so our clients don’t have to.

But we don’t stop there. In addition to our complete guide of customizable, cloud-based ophthalmology medical billing and practice management capabilities, we provide our clients with highly trained and knowledgeable account executives to oversee the entire billing and payment process from start to finish so your facility gets paid faster. Contact us to learn more about how we can help you.

The Difference in Ophthalmology Medical Coding and Billing

While medical coding and billing is always a complex process, but the bottom line is that it can feel especially confusing in ophthalmology. In ophthalmology medical billing, there are two types of codes to choose from: Evaluation & Management (E&M) Codes and Eye Codes. Knowing which ophthalmology medical code to use for billing is key. Choosing the correct procedure code requires an in-depth understanding of the medical necessity qualifications, each code’s reimbursement rates, and the rules set by your payer.

From office visits to surgical procedures, our coding and billing team understands the proper coding guidelines. Our medical coders and billers are experts in the industry, so you can rest assured that your facility will always bill accurately.

You Care, We Collect

With regular changes, updates, and modifications to medical coding requirements and insurance industry regulations, as well as the time and energy necessary to manage the entire billing cycle, making sure your practice is adequately compensated for its time and services can be a full-time job.

That’s Where Coronis Health Comes In

With our more than 30 years of experience, we take care of the entire billing process so that our ophthalmology clients can focus their time and energy on patient care. We offer individualized solutions to minimize claim denials at your facility and improve your revenue cycle.

Increase Profits and Lower Administrative Costs at Your Ophthalmology Practice

We offer a range of customizable ophthalmology medical billing and coding services to take your practice’s goals and unique needs into account. Our cloud-based technology and state of the art software solutions, coupled with world class personal attention from skilled account executives, makes it possible for Coronis to increase profits for our clients by as much as 10-20%.

Coronis Health Services

  • Medical Bill Collections
  • Revenue Cycle Management
  • Patient Collection Services
  • Insurance Accounts Receivable
  • Accounts Receivable Wind Down and Clean Up
  • Comprehensive Insurance Claims Follow Up
  • In-house Patient Collections
  • Reports and Analysis
  • Claim Scrubbing
  • Full Cycle Charge Capture
  • Full Cycle Claims Submission
  • Payment Posting
  • Revenue Cycle Statements
  • Full Revenue Cycle Review
  • Full Cycle Denial Management

Ophthalmology Services and Treatments We Bill for

  • Blepharitis
  • Cataract surgery
  • Choroiditis
  • Corneal injuries and transplants
  • Dry eye syndrome
  • LASIK
  • PRK
  • Glaucoma
  • Conjunctivitis (pink eye)
  • Regular vision exams
  • Eye glasses
  • Contact lenses
  • Diabetic retinopathy and diabetes-related eye diseases
  • Macular degeneration
  • Retinal detachment
  • Optometry
  • Styes (chalazion)
  • Foreign objects in eye
  • Night blindness
  • Hypertensive retinopathy
  • Scleritis
  • Photophobia

Contact Medical Billing and Coding Experts Today

Increase your profits and lower your administrative costs and insurance industry related stress today. Call Coronis Health today to learn more about how our custom medical billing and coding services can work for your ophthalmology practice.