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Medical Coding

Medical Coding

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Medical coding for healthcare is an increasingly complex discipline requiring ongoing attention to regulatory changes, patient care, and clinical documentation. AIMA’s in-house team combines coding skills and technology with industry intelligence. We transform the commercial operations of healthcare businesses by eliminating coding errors, prioritizing clean claims, and staying one step ahead of coding and compliance regulations.

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About AIMA Medical Coding Services

Medical coding expertise from AIMA. Our dedicated and certified medical coding department has multi-specialty experience. We cover pathology, internal medicine, dermatology, and general surgery to complicated billing scenarios such as anaesthesiology and dental billing. You can be confident of our professionalism through our AHIMA and AAPC certifications. Our team is available 24/7, 365 days a year, to code all specialties of medical encounters directly from medical records. Our coders utilize quality-assured processes to maintain a 24-hour turnaround time and elite accuracy percentages. We let you focus on your operations while we code from the initial encounter and seamlessly transition to our specialist medical billing cycle teams.

Customer-centric family-owned AIMA’s clients include laboratories, physician practices, surgical centers, healthcare groups, treatment centers, and large-scale health systems. Our results are consistent and exceed industry benchmarks. On average AIMA clients witness:

  • 25% Revenue Increase

  • 90% Reduction in Claim Processing Time

  • 25 AR Days

  • 99% First Pass Acceptance Rate

  • 97.5% Net Collection Rate

  • 2% Denial Rate

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What is Medical Coding?

Medical coding transforms healthcare diagnoses, procedures, services, and equipment into universal medical alphanumeric codes. The diagnoses and procedure codes are taken from medical record documentation, such as transcription of physician’s notes and laboratory and radiologic results. Medical coding professionals correctly apply the applicable codes during the medical billing process, which includes abstracting the information from documentation, assigning the appropriate codes, and creating a claim to be paid by insurance carriers.

Medical coding happens every time a patient interacts with a healthcare provider and how you get paid. Medical coders translate all related documentation into standardized codes that tell payers the following:

  • Patient’s diagnosis
  • Medical necessity for treatments, services, or supplies the patient received
  • Treatments, services, and supplies provided to the patient
  • Any unusual circumstances or medical conditions that affected the treatments and services

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Contact AIMA Business and Medical Support today. Our friendly team is on hand to answer your questions.

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