Healthy Bytes Billing Welcome Kit 

 Joe Sullivan, Billing & Claims Specialist

Joe Sullivan, Billing & Claims Specialist

Hello there,

I'm Joe—I'll be your primary point of contact with Healthy Bytes Billing.

I’ve put this guide together to help you get started with Healthy Bytes—it covers everything from how to file a claim to tips on PHI in emails. I hope you find it helpful!

Once you've had some time to review this information, let's set up a call. I'd love to hear more about your practice and walk through how billing with Healthy Bytes works! To schedule our introductory call, simply click the button below and select a time that works best for you - I will confirm and give you a call at the scheduled time.

In preparation for our call, please prepare a list of the insurance companies you're contracted with and which NPI you're using (individual or group/organizational) for each insurance company. I'll use this information to build and activate your customized billing dashboard.

Since we'll be working together closely, I want to make sure you have my contact information. The best way to reach me is by email joe@healthybytes.co, but you can also call me at 1-844-4RD-BILL ext. 722 during business hours (ET). Our business line allows you to leave a message for me and I'll get back to you as soon as possible.

The world of insurance can be a frustrating and time-consuming place. Know that I'm here as your ally—feel free to send any insurance-related questions (big or small) my way.

Looking forward to working together!

Warmly,

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What We're All About

This guide is a jumping-off point to help you catapult your practice and maximize your revenue potential. It will also serve as an easily-accessible quick reference that can be used going forward. We hope you find it helpful.

Here, we’ve included some useful information to help you optimize your use of the Healthy Bytes platform. This will help you to avoid claim denials and receive your reimbursements in the most expeditious manner possible!

First things first, the life of a claim →