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Treat injured workers with complete confidence in full reimbursement. Easily submit RFAs and track payer responses to ensure compliance. Bulletproof your bills with documented, timestamped authorization for services rendered.
Bill accurately, down to the cent. Make instant calculations with always-updated fee schedule information. Set alerts for changes to reimbursement rates for the billing codes your practice uses most, and find dispute support with our IBR Decision Library.
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California workers’ comp switched to electronic billing for very good reasons.
e-Billing is much, much faster, wastes far fewer resources, and goes a very long way towards making treating injured workers financially sustainable for providers, by allowing practices to more easily track and manage revenue.
But e-billing could — and should — work even better. The problem? Some claims administrators fail, at unacceptable rates, to comply with California’s e-billing mandates.
One of the most important mandates is the requirement that claims administrators return electronic Explanations of Review (e-EORs) in response to providers’ bills. e-EORs automatically post to the e-bill sent by the provider, instantly closing the payment loop and drastically reducing the time and effort required to keep track of revenue.
Below, we list 6 claims administrators with troubling rates of e-EOR non-compliance in 2022 so far, as reflected by daisyBill data.