We are a top orthopedic medical billing company with 25+ years leading the market. Call (949) 863-0022 to find out how we’ve retained clients for 20+ years.
Based in Orange County we serve Los Angeles, San Diego and all of California.
Medical Billing & Collection Systems will help you increase collections, reduce days in A/R, lower your error ratio to 0.5%, resolve 93% of your claims the first time around, lower your turn around time to 1.44 days.
We are a medical billing firm that also does collections for our billing clients
We are experts in Workman’s Comp claims handling
We handle 15+ million claims per quarter
Experience the peace of mind in knowing that your practice billing and collections is just “handled” by people who know CPT codes backward and forward.
Founded in 1993, MBC Systems provides medical billing services and comprehensive revenue cycle management solutions to healthcare providers of various sizes and specialties.
We utilize the latest technology to simplify medical office management and improve cash flow. Our workflows strengthens the link between physician and patient by eliminating billing errors and successfully navigating complex insurance claims. As a result, our clients experience fewer delays and denials, and improved revenue.
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This is what we live for! At the end of March, the Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC) posted an order adjusting the Official Medical Fee Schedule (OMFS) to conform to changes in the Medicare payment system. And your workers’ comp billing and CPT codes need to adjust accordingly. The easiest solution? Outsource your medical billing…Read More
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