Unlike other specialties, Dermatology has very diverse procedures ranging from simple cosmetic surgeries to complicated skin grafts. Dermatologists usually attend more patients compared to other specialties. Dermatology medical billing and coding needs to consider such nuances to maximize the practice revenue.
Increase Patient Visits and Appointments
Digital marketing for Dermatologist is very critical because it is a lot about visual appearance. To be visible to patients, Dermatologists needs to have a high impact website; receive a large number of positive patient reviews, post frequently in social media about dermatology news.
Understand what is covered!!
A few of Dermatology services aren’t covered by many insurance companies, especially Medicare. Understanding what is covered and under what circumstances can make a huge difference for how quickly you’re able to get paid.
Get experts on your EHR Systems
We have experts in dermatology medical billing on most of the EMR/PM systems such as Allscripts, eClinicalWorks, AdvancedMD, Dr Chronos, AthenaHealth, Kareo, MedMod and more.
Customized Reports and Analytics for Dermatology
We provide dermatology practice analytics through practice dashboard, denial analysis, account receivable analysis, waterfall analysis, payment forecasting, carrier collection analytics and more.
Ensure to Bill Complex Dermatology Procedures
Dermatology procedures have a wide range. Few practices may miss on billing the right codes resulting in lower or delayed payments.
CPT Code 11102: Tangential biopsy of skin; single lesion.
CPT Code 11103: Tangential biopsy of skin; each separate or additional lesion.
CPT Code 11104: Punch biopsy of kin; single lesion.
CPT Code 11105: Punch biopsy of skin; each separate/additional lesion.
CPT Code 11106: Incisional biopsy of skin; single lesion.
CPT Code 11107: Incisional biopsy of skin; each separate/additional lesion.
CPT Code 40490: Biopsy of lip.
CPT Code 69100: Biopsy of external ear.
CPT Code 17000: Destruction of premalignant lesions (eg, actinic keratoses); first lesion.