Turning Problems into Profits

Billing for ODs

OBS can help your practice!

Posted by on Jun 4, 2013

–Are you struggling to maintain control over your insurance billing and account receivables? –Trouble finding or keeping trained billers who understand the confusing...

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OBS Advantage

The Optometric Billing Advantage

Posted by on Jun 4, 2013

Our services pay for themselves.  We’re professionals who know how to collect every available penny.  We know your insurance payers, so we know how to maximize...

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Learn More About OBS

About Optometric Billing Solutions

Posted by on Jun 4, 2013

      Optometric Billing Solutions is owned by Brooke Armstrong and Branda Barton. Brooke and Branda are sisters who have both managed large clinics and understand...

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Outsourcing Your Billing

What you need to know about outsourcing

Posted by on Jul 7, 2013

Do you need help with your billing but have concerns about turning it over to an outside company? You are wise to be cautious! We get frequent calls from optometrists who have had...

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Medicare Legislation

gavel4/15/15  Update:  Last night the Senate passed the bill already approved by the House that prevents a 21% reduction in payments to Medicare doctors.  President Obama is expected to sign the bill into law.  Therefore, we are sending out all Medicare claims today.  They should now process correctly, and you should receive payment by month’s end.

4/3/15  Notice to our Clinics:  OBS is temporarily holding your Medicare claims from April 1 forward while Congress considers legislation to forestall a mandatory 21% decrease to Medicare doctors. Medicare’s sustainable growth rate formula has threatened automatic payment cuts to Medicare physicians for more than a decade. In the past, Congress has approved temporary patches to prevent these reductions from taking effect and is looking at similar legislation once again. Any Medicare claims filed after March 31 will process incorrectly if Congress acts to override payment reductions.  According to Congressional reports, we can expect to hear something by April 11th.  We will keep you posted on pertinent updates and file your Medicare claims once the situation is resolved.