AcroBill Report™

An AcroBill Report™ is a customizable summary of a patient’s bills from various healthcare providers presented in an easily understood report.

Medical bills contain a wealth of information, but oftentimes the attorney or staff member reviewing the bills does not understand the information presented. An AcroBill Report™ is a customizable summary of a patient’s bills from various healthcare providers presented in an easily understood report, with hyperlinks to the bills. The report contains the following:

  1. Date of the bill.
  2. Service or treatment date.
  3. Description of service or treatment and/or definition of the CPT code (the code that identifies the service or procedure).
  4. Charges billed to insurance company and/or patient.
  5. Adjustments (the amount the healthcare provider has agreed not to charge).
  6. Insurance payments.
  7. Patient payments.
  8. Balance / amount due.
  9. Any duplicate charges.
  10. Calculation of total amount of all charges billed to insurance company and patient.
  11. Calculation of total amount of all payments made by the insurance company and patient.

AcroDocz’s staff is trained in medical billing and coding and our reports have allowed attorneys to seek larger recoveries for their clients by identifying charges that were incurred related to an accident or incident which were overlooked or misunderstood by the attorney.

In addition, outside of personal injury cases, in False Claims Act cases (known as qui tam or whistleblower cases) involving medical bills, AcroDocz can review healthcare providers’ data to detect or determine whether there was any upcoding or unbundling (i.e. methods of healthcare billing fraud involving improper application of codes for diagnoses and procedures). AcroDocz’s findings regarding upcoding or unbundling can be included in an AcroBill Report™.

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