PBA offers over above to 30 reports to keep you informed about the financial health of your practice. So you always know what’s going on with your billing.
PBA's insurance aging report allows you to review outstanding balances and check claim status. It is sorted by insurance company and can be printed monthly or at any time to show the age of each claim. The report also displays any notes regarding rejections or follow-up calls. The PBA concept is to provide our clients with the tools needed to monitor and track our collection efforts.
The patient statement provides patients with detailed and clear charges for each office visit. The clarity eliminates the time spent answering questions regarding patient balances.
The deposit reconciliation report itemizes the payment records for the practice. It provides subtotals for the cash, checks and credit charges for each deposit, for any given time period. This report provides clients with a tool to reconcile their payment records – and assures that our record keeping is always in agreement with yours.
PBA's monthly financial summary report details the specific charges, payments, and adjustments documented by the practice. This information can also be sorted by provider and location.
Quickly monitor the financial health of your practice with PBA's "Health Check" feature. This report continually monitors your practice for 17 different parameters that impact your practice's bottom line.
Do you need to attach authorizations or referrals for managed care? Authorizations and insurance eobs can be scanned in directly for filing of managed care and secondary claims. You also can print out an authorization report to help you keep track of treatment plans that are about to expire.
Testimonials from Mental Health Professionals
We ...(are) a private psychiatric practice with over 500 patients... (and) have been a client of PBA for about seven years. The knowledge of psychiatric...
Randee, working with you and (our account manager) Fran have been a really enjoyable experience for me. Starting my own practice was really stressful and...