With 25 years of medical billing and workers compensation billing experience in Orange County, California you can confident that 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
- 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”.
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.
Call today to set up an appointment (949) 863-0022.
The State of California has added another wrinkle for doctors seeking work comp reimbursements to keep track of. Say hello to “location based adjustments or Geographic Practice Cost Indices (GPCIs)”. Doctors in many areas will be taking another hit to their net reimbursements, approximately 3 – 4% while in the most expensive locations doctors will…Read More
If you’re doing your practice’s medical billing, you know that your bottom line depends on all your coding and paperwork being just right. Your job is complicated by the fact that many Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes are eliminated or revised each year. At MBC Systems, our dedicated legal team has years of expertise and…Read More
On 07/18/2018 the DWC issued information reminding workers’ comp payers that acupuncture continues to remain within the definition of “medical treatment” under Labor Code 4600 and employers and or their insurers MUST PAY for it if it is deemed medically necessary. At MBC Systems, we specialize in California Labor Codes and workers’ compensation billing. We…Read More
Senate Bill 1160 was passed by the California legislature in 2016 in a wide-ranging effort to reform the state’s Workers’ Comp billing system. It included changes to automatic authorization, utilization review, lien filing, billing deadlines and much more. While most of the changes took effect in 2017, some did not start until January 1st, 2018.…Read More
By outsourcing your revenue cycle management to a reputable and experienced medical billing service, you gain access to expert resources, methodology, and state of the art technology that come only with specialization and scale. Here are four ways we can save you time and money: Staying up to date on CPT codes The sheer volume…Read More
It is our passion to help physicians stay on top of the latest changes in workers’ comp billing legislation. If you have any questions about the changes to the Medicare payment system below, please feel free to call us–we’d love to talk to you. Who knows? It might be time for you to switch to…Read More
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
The Division of Workers’ Compensation will now allow the Qualified Medical Evaluators QMEs to cite medical causation as a complexity factor on accepted claims; allow them to bill for medical research that is within their scope of practice and it will allow them to charge for time spent preparing reports when using the ML 104…Read More
One simple question can mean the difference between getting paid on a workers’ compensation claim or not. Under LC 5402, when attempting authorization on a workers’ comp claim, always ask if the claim/case is accepted, denied or still in discovery. If the insurance company has not decided to accept or deny the claim then provider…Read More