You need an accurate and efficient payment posting process for your billing office. That's why we offer a powerful automatic payment posting engine, a streamlined manual posting process, and other features to help you manage your payments and collections.
Our payment posting tools help you secure proper reimbursement while allowing you to maximize your productivity.
Insurance Payments Automatically using Electronic Remittance
Unlock the full potential of B.T. Elite Consulting Group by automatically posting insurance payments using electronic remittance advice (ERA) reports.
B.T. Elite's payment posting engine properly handles even the most advanced electronic remittance scenarios, including denials, underpayments, overpayments, multiple adjustments, automatic cross-over, secondary remittance, reversals, and more. You can review detailed adjustment reason and remark codes and save payments once processed.
Insurance Payments From Explanation of Benefits (EOB) Reports
If you are using Explanation of Benefits (EOB) reports to post payments manually, B.T. Elite offers a streamlined, software driven workflow to maximize your productivity. You can post payments using unique encounter numbers, also known as Patient Control Numbers (PCN), which B.T. Elite submits on claims and payers return on explanation of benefits reports.
You enter the allowed amount, paid amount, and patient responsibility information, and B.T. Elite automatically calculates the contractual adjustments and posts the appropriate transactions to the patient's account. As you are posting payments, you can view a full transaction history on each charge.
We've also made it very easy to post your patient payments. Your front-office users can accept patient payments during the check-in or check-out process. B.T. Elite automatically matches up patient payments accepted in the front-office to encounters entered in the back-office in order to automatically apply copays during charge entry. You can also post payments manually and automatically apply payments to patient responsibility.