Bill Sample / December 8, 2018 / Corrine Carney
Are you wondering how you can make free money for bills payment? Well you arent the only one! With the recession hitting everyone hard it has been tough to make ends meet and even tougher to have fun in this time. But that should not hold you down. If you are running low on money then youve got to find ways to make more money to make ends meet! Its as simple as that. One of the best ways to find free money for bills is by taking surveys. There are several thousand survey sites present online that work on the same principle and are more than happy to pay out large sums of money for you if you are willing to spend about ten minutes to half an hour taking their surveys. There are several local and international companies that launch new products every day in the market.
You need an understanding with your providers as to when you are going to be paid for your services. Doctors are often not the best businessmen and are sometimes not very good about paying bills on time. Especially when you are first starting your business it is vital that your provider understands when you expect payment and that you have something well written to protect you if you end up with someone interpreting the language of your contract in court. Each year you are in business you find additional things that need to be added to your contract. New situations arise that you realize should be covered in your contract. So how do you cover everything that needs to be covered? You need a list - actually several lists. You need a list of what you feel the providers responsibilities are. You need a list of what you feel your responsibilities are.
Days in Accounts Receivable (DAR) A growing number of days in accounts receivable are symptomatic of a faulty billing process. One way to determine DAR is to count days from the date of service to the date of payment for every claim and then average across all claims. A simpler way to compute average number of days in accounts receivable by taking a ratio of accounts receivable to average daily charges or Number of days in accounts receivable = (Accounts Receivable / Average Charge) x 365 This metric too depends on medical specialty patient demographics payer mix and CPT sample. Another downside is that this metric is sensitive to provider as it counts the lag time of unsubmitted claims for services already delivered.