ALEXANDRIA, Va., Feb. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The leader in EHR documentation and software solutions for I/DD service
Therap is the billing agent for multiple MCOs in Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, North Carolina, New York and Wisconsin. With the launch completed of Virginia's Commonwealth Coordinated Care Plus MLTSS program this January, Virginia providers will now transition to fee-for-service billing through regional MCOs. Therap's experience in assisting providers and MCOs implement fee-for-service billing across the spectrum of eligible services has helped agencies begin billing for services in a matter of months or weeks.
"What Therap brings is a wealth of expertise in how to implement fee-for-service," said Ken Slavin, East Coast Business Development Director. "Our expertise extends to about 25 states. This enables us to bring a level of practical knowledge that providers otherwise wouldn't have, and make the transition process seamless and less painful."
Business Development Consultant Rebecca Musser adds that because Therap's system is robust, I/DD providers receive many options that go beyond simply providing a software solution. "We bring expertise plus a very flexible out-of-the-box-ready documentation system that is delivered with State-specific requirements," she said.
Billing Features Include:
Point-of-Service Billing and Direct to Medicaid Claims Submission
Therap's HIPAA-compliant billing system is based upon point-of-service documentation, ensuring accuracy and integrity of service delivery. Billing claims are supported by the appropriate documentation – eliminating false claims or insufficient supporting documentation.
Therap's billing system offers the following:
Learn more at www.TherapServices.net.
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