B2B Marketing Trends for the Medical Billing Industry in 2020

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As of 2019, outsourcing medical billing services have immensely grown and proven as effective. But the year is almost over, and that means it’s time to prepare for next year (and beyond). It goes without saying that, as healthcare providers, it requires convoluted steps in the revenue cycle management (RCM). These steps include claims of follow-up and payment collections, patient scheduling, and enrolling them into an insurance verification. The list goes on and on. This is the specific reason why there have been many healthcare providers in the past years who have considered outsourcing their medical billing services. It is a practical solution to lessen the stressors upon a company and to maximize their revenues.

Since more and more healthcare institutions outsource their medical billing functions, here are four trends for the coming of 2020 that medical billing companies can greatly take advantage of from a marketing strategy standpoint.

 

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Going Digital: Computer-Assisted Coding

Technology has become a constant and an absolute necessity as businesses evolved in the past century. Various reports are predicting that the CAC market will grow at a CAGR of 11.3% from 2019 to 2025. Through CAC, medical codes are allowed to be generated from clinical documentation. By integrating Computer-Assisted Coding, it will help healthcare organizations improve compliance with complex payers and quality reporting requirements that keep increasing as well as streamline the medical billing process.

 

Embracing Automated Medical Billing

Let’s be honest, nobody wants or has the patience for dealing with paper receipts anymore. They eat away the space of your wallet, they can get lost easily, and when you try to look for them, you belatedly realize that you’ve already thrown them away. With medical bills, you always want to be extra careful not to lose such important receipts. Thankfully, nowadays medical billings are handled on the internet or on cloud-based systems. This new software allows your medical billers to efficiently monitor and streamline their medical bills and payments. They will be able to look at their insurances anytime they want without the risk of errors in their insurance claims because the software will flag potential errors already in advance. It boosts the security of their documents and this is the precise reason outsourced medical billing services are very popular. This should be something medical companies should look into for the coming year.

 

Taking it Virtual

The great thing about merging the digital and telecommunication technologies and telemedicine is that it closes the gap between physicians and patients. It is all about efficiency in today’s time. A significant return on investment could be provided by health services as the healthcare sectors move from the outdated fee-for-service model to value-based care and compensation. Of course, billing virtual patients doesn’t and shouldn’t completely replace in-person visits. Keep in mind to maintain a healthy balance between the virtual and the physical so that this method will work out for the better for you, which leads us to our final and most important point…

 

Personalized Experiences

This goes for every business, but most especially for the healthcare business. Patients expect personalized engagements that will cater to their needs. More and more B2B buyers have switched to companies who provide a more consumer-like experience. Beyond just making a profit, companies and businesses should be asking themselves how they can engage their customers rather than how they can engage businesses. So, to tie this in with virtual billing services for healthcare, try to engage a person from mass-circulated messages/content to developing personalized messages/responses to your patients that either tells a story or responds to their concerns and questions in an engaging way.

 

A business that is ever-evolving so equates to having customers that constantly evolve as well. The healthcare business is no exception. If you partner with a professional and experienced medical billing outsourcing company, it will ensure you the best way of gaining the upper hand to future trends and strategies concerning your RCM success.

 

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Judy Caroll

Judy Caroll is a marketing executive at Callbox. She is a blogger, online marketer and loves to share with you the best stuff in sales and marketing. Follow Judy on Twitter and Google+.