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Neonatal Medical Billing and Revenue Cycle Management Services

Why Outsource Medical Billing and RCM for Your Neonatal Practice?

newborn baby with a neonatal doctor listening to her heartAs a neonatal care provider, you’re in charge of the smallest patients—who can present the largest challenges. Newborns who are premature, low weight, or are fighting a critical medical condition require around-the-clock care to ensure they arrive home safely. Families rely on you and your team to care for their child, so dealing with complex medical billing issues can be a distraction.

A medical billing and coding partner can handle the financial aspects of your department, allowing you to devote your time and resources to patients and their families.

Why Precision Practice Management?

PPM’s medical coders have experience with the intricacies of neonatal conditions and procedures. We understand that every practice and department is different and requires customized solutions: PPM works with you to maximize reimbursements and support your unique technical, software, and network needs.

Our medical billing services include:

We also offer IT services designed specifically for healthcare providers:

Contact PPM for questions, or request a quote.

"My practice has evolved over many years from internal medicine to the treatment of venous disease in Greenville, South Carolina. Precision started out providing practice management software support to my office, as well as medical claims billing services and they have always done an excellent job with that. Most exciting however, is my conversion to the Encite Clinical Manager electronic health records software. I have completely eliminated outside transcription in favor of EHR note creation capabilities, so that for all aspects of my practice I am much more quickly and effectively treating my patients and documenting my encounters. I would highly recommend Precision to any other doctor needing EMR software and/or medical billing services."