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Insurance Authorization

Client Services is comprised of experienced professionals who have worked in private practices, hospitals and insurance companies. We fully understand that insurance authorizations can be time consuming and cumbersome for organizations to manage. Our goal is to provide an efficient process of submitting patient details through our secured website and to allow the healthcare professionals to focus on running their practices.

Insurance carriers have seen costs skyrocket over the last several years due to promising advances in medicine. To keep medical insurance premium increases somewhat affordable, carriers are relying heavily on authorizations to ration healthcare and deny reimbursement claims. Authorizations require the attention of nurses and back office business staff. Have you ever tallied the hours your staff spends on these tasks? What about the costs associated with this management effort? Let Client Services take this administrative burden off your practice and allow your staff to focus on patients.

Our setup team will guide you through the easy start up process. Our goal is to ensure we obtain the right information so we can provide you timely authorizations limiting your involvement and maximizing your investment with us. Our experience enables us to obtain authorizations quickly and accurately. At Client Services, our experienced healthcare professionals efficiently work through necessary authorizations so your patients can receive the care they need when they need it.

In our system, you are able to submit new requests and check on pending or completed authorizations. We have built our intake module to be as efficient as possible when it comes to respecting your time and ensuring we deliver the authorization to cover your patient. Your designated employees will be setup with individually specific user names and passwords to access our secure ASP based database. Our database is searchable and acts as an information repository.

Our system is secure to ensure the integrity of patient and practice information, and is continuously updated to comply with the U.S. Health and Human Services Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996.