Global Billing Solutions Receives 2016 Best of Fairbanks Award

Global Billing Solutions Receives

2016 Best of Fairbanks Award

Fairbanks Award Program Honors the Achievement

FAIRBANKS July 29, 2016 — Global Billing Solutions has been selected for the 2016 Best of Fairbanks Award in the Medical Billing Service category by the Fairbanks Award Program.

Each year, the Fairbanks Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Fairbanks area a great place to live, work and play.

Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2016 Fairbanks Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Fairbanks Award Program and data provided by third parties.

About Fairbanks Award Program

The Fairbanks Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the Fairbanks area. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.

The Fairbanks Award Program was established to recognize the best of local businesses in our community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our mission is to recognize the small business community’s contributions to the U.S. economy.

SOURCE: Fairbanks Award Program

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Global Billing Solutions - Fairbanks, Alaska

Best Top Medical Billing Companies in USA Fairbanks


Medical Billing & Coding

Improve cash flow for inpatient, outpatient and ambulatory healthcare providers through remote and onsite coding services for ICD-9, ICD-10, CPT, HCPCS.

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Provider Credentialing Services

Credentialing Services

Our team of experienced health care professionals will provide solutions that will directly and immediately generate revenue for your practice.

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AR Management

Accounts Receivable Management

GBS takes care of all the critical functions involved in AR management including filing of appeals, assessing insurance low pays and more..

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Electronic Claims Submissions

Find great advantages that our Electronic claims submission has to offer over traditional methods.

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Reporting & Analytics

Overview of all charges, payments and adjustments and the reports can be customized by any criteria relevant to your practice’s needs.

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Eligibility Verification Services in USA

Eligibility Verification

We provide fast & secure Insurance Eligibility Verification Instantly from over 100 Health Insurance Payers from a single point of access.

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Payroll & Bookkeeping Services

We provide total solutions on bookkeeping and payroll company providing bookkeeping, payroll, clean-up work and QuickBooks consulting services.

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Check out our Frequently Asked Questions section and find a answers for commonly asked questions by our clients.

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Best Top Medical Billing Companies in USA Fairbanks

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Receive ICD-10 Answers Directly From Insurance Companies at the HBMA Fall Conference!

HBMA 2015 Fall Annual Conference
September 10-12, 2015
Caesars Palace
Las Vegas, Nevada

At HBMA’s Fall Annual Conference the new and interactive educational and networking sessions have lined up. Join HBMA at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada, for the latest updates and discussions on issues impacting the healthcare revenue cycle management industry.

Their featured sessions is the Commercial Payor Panel. HBMA is bringing the insurance companies to the Conference for you! Hear representatives from Aetna, Cigna, Humana, and UnitedHealthcare answer your questions regarding ICD-10, ERA, and EFT enrollment.

We want your voice to be heard. Submit your questions to Commercial Payor Panel today using this online form! Now is your chance to ask questions directly to representatives of the leading health insurance companies. Don’t miss out on this opportunity.

Submit your Questions today!

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Outsourcing Medical Billing

Outsourcing medical billing sounds expensive upfront. However, when everything is added up, it may end up being more beneficial over time. Here’s why:

  • Most billing services charge on a percent-basis, meaning they will only charge a percentage of the revenue they are bringing in for your company. With this in mind, they are going to be a lot more diligent about faster collections and resubmitting claims. Your current employees don’t have time to run through denied claims. A third-party professional is dedicated to this.
  • Employing a staff for billing purposes can get expensive. Even to hire just one new person, a practice has to think about the costs of training, the employee’s salary, benefits, and taxes, as well as compensation for turnover. Using an outside billing service eliminates the headache of training and familiarizing a staff with your billing software, procedures, coding, etc. A billing service has already trained professionals, who only make money when you do.
  • The amount of time doctors and nurses spend on billing and staffing concerns can be eliminated. This freed-up time can be used to care for patients – which is what your goal is in the first place.

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Keys to improving the customer-service experience at your hospital

Many hospital execs may not devote much thought to the customer service aspect of health care. But as patient satisfaction scores are given more weight in reimbursement, leaving a good impression on patients and their families is important.

177711094In an article from Forbes magazine, customer service consultant Micah Solomon draws parallels between patients’ experiences as consumers in other industries with health care.

With the rise of the Internet and social media, today’s customers are more savvy with all their purchases – and have higher expectations. Health care is no different, and if patients aren’t happy with the level of customer service they receive from hospital staff, they won’t be quiet about it.

Excellent customer service found in other industries has raised the bar for hospitals, Solomon said, so they must strive to meet the demands. Otherwise, they’ll experience consequences in the forms of negative PR, lowered reimbursement and a tarnished reputation among their patient base. Continue reading “Keys to improving the customer-service experience at your hospital”

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Pros and cons of EHR systems, according to doctors

Because health care is becoming more consumer-driven, many hospitals are updating the services and features they offer to patients so they can stay competitive. One area where hospitals may be lacking compared to other healthcare entities: websites. 

Hospital WebsiteIt’s important for hospitals to have a prominent online presence. Patients are paying more money out of pocket for many healthcare services, so they’re constantly reviewing the Web for information about facilities before deciding to undergo surgeries or other procedures.

And if patients can’t find what they’re looking for on a hospital’s website, they won’t give the facility their business.


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How Online payments can improve patient collections

Patients are taking on more financial responsibility for their care — and hospitals will have to change how they collect payments if they want to maintain their bottom line. 

Patient-PaymentThe industry continues to shift toward a more patient-centric model of care, meaning hospitals will also have to change how they approach billing for that care, too.

Specifically, hospitals will have to find ways to meet patient demand for convenient, transparent and reliable payment methods.


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Hidden patient safety threat: Dietary errors

Hidden patient safety threat: Dietary errors

Hospital staff may tend to think of avoiding medication errors, infections or surgical complications when addressing patient safety. But there’s another element to patient safety that often goes overlooked: Food allergies and dietary errors.

New research from the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority shows just how important it is to meticulously check whether patients have any issues with eating certain foods – and whether the meals they’re served in the hospital meet their needs.

Common dietary errors

Food allergies are on the rise. While they’re more common in children, an estimated 4% of adults have a food allergy that would cause them significant harm.

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