Scottsdale, AZ -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/16/2016 -- What is medical billing? Medical billing is simply going to the doctor, getting a treatment done for your ailment, then paying the bill. However, as of late, medical insurance has become complicated, especially with the dawn of the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare. Back in 2007 and earlier, when Obamacare wasn't around, the doctor had to raise the paper bill of his treatment charges then submit it to the Medicaid, Medicare, or private insurance provider. This is an issue because paper bills can get lost easily. Nowadays, doctors use the latest tech and use electronic medical bills for their patients when providing their requisite treatments and whatnot. The paperless billing process was king and has been the king all the way to the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
Aside from the modernization and electronic virtualization of medical billing, Obamacare helped promulgate a medical aid insurance system that seeks to make sure that more people are insured while having the side effect of more doctors outsourcing. It also involves the expansion of Medicaid in certain states. Although Obamacare has had critics in regards to how it goes about billing and how it has ended up raising premiums higher than before, the act does have its benefits and intended goals such as improving the timing of reimbursements and dealing with revenue management. The end of the process will be further streamlined with hospitals and practices that handle their own billing. Then again, the Affordable Care Act could then be scrapped once President-Elect Donald Trump gets into office.
The Medical Billing website or Medibil is a webpage dedicated to informing the masses on what medical billing entails in an easily readable format. It covers everything from hospital bills to dental bills. When it first came out, it was intended to clarify how electronic medical billing was dealt with during the Bush administration years, particularly the concept of a paperless billing process wherein the bill is printed out only after making entries linked to the treatment of the patient into the computer system then handed over to the patient through his doctor. Electronic medical billing aims to incorporate all sorts of info, like the data of the insurance provider, the details regarding the treatment billing, medication, and other additional expenses incurred by the clinic or hospital.
All this info is important for claiming medical expenses incurred from the doctor and his clinic or the hospital. Medibil then transformed its website into a means of explaining how Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act worked, particularly when it comes to criticisms in regards to the policy's new rules and how they might increase premiums, expenses, and confusion. It aims to streamline the Affordable Care Act's precision and accuracy to avoid billing errors, especially in light of the act's goals in being as inclusive as possible of all sorts of people without raising their taxes, leading to universal healthcare as enjoyed by European countries or Canada. It's also there to layout facts to avoid having people resubmit claims due to errors. The profession stays in high demand although it might end up with a new paradigm shift if in case President-Elect Trump decides to repeal Obamacare.
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