Insurance Billing 101 for Massage Therapists [NOOK Book]

Overview

Learning how to bill insurance for massage services is a complicated and challenging process. It requires learning about how insurance works and what questions you need to ask the parties involved (the client/patient, doctor, lawyers, insurance adjuster/representative).

Billing for massage can help keep a steady flow of clients in your massage business as most people who are injured will come once a week until they are better. You can easily ...
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Insurance Billing 101 for Massage Therapists

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Overview

Learning how to bill insurance for massage services is a complicated and challenging process. It requires learning about how insurance works and what questions you need to ask the parties involved (the client/patient, doctor, lawyers, insurance adjuster/representative).

Billing for massage can help keep a steady flow of clients in your massage business as most people who are injured will come once a week until they are better. You can easily take one or two insurance clients a week, to supplement your business while you build your cash massage business or you can build a business based totally on billing insurance. The more massage therapists that bill insurance, the more respect the massage profession will gain as health care providers. There are many challenges that billing can bring, but there are also solutions to most of them in the form of getting support for the process in the form of supervision and mentoring.

Billing Insurance for Massage Services can help you to supplement your income and help your business grow in any economy. When people are injured, they will need massage and when the insurance will pay, you will have a regular weekly client for the duration of their healing process. Learning how to bill is a process of learning what questions to ask to each party involved- the client/patient, the insurance company, the lawyers and the doctors. This book will get you started in the process and will help you figure out if billing insurance will be worth it and help make your business more profitable.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014863759
  • Publisher: Pine Woods Publishing LLC
  • Publication date: 8/11/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 132
  • Sales rank: 474,279
  • File size: 263 KB

Meet the Author

Julie Onofrio is the author of "A Career in Massage -Is it for you" in which she shares her experiences of over 24 years of being a massage therapist. It is a result of seeing so many massage therapists come and go through the years because they were not well informed about what a career in massage was really like. She is working on 3 more books on how to build a massage business to be released in late 2011/early 2012. You can visit her website at www.massage-career-guides.com for more information.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 21, 2013

    A MUST READ!!!

    This book is a must read for any massage therapist looking to bill insurance in their practice. The information in this book is easy to understand, easy to follow & will give you results. If any therapist is questioning on billing to clients insurance companies- read this. Julie gives you the pros and cons on billing insurance from topics of time management, how to verify benefits, the correct coding to use, how to handle denied clams, & gives you examples of forms to use. GREAT READ!!!

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