We know that accepting insurance on behalf of your clients is a big step! But once you get familiar with the system, you’ll feel like a pro. Or – don’t worry about navigating the system, and leave the work to the Healthy Bytes billing allies. To get you started, we are answering a few common questions that we hear from you via email, phone and when we chat with you in person at conferences. We want to help you feel more comfortable with the insurance lingo and landscape.
Thank you for being a part of the Healthy Bytes community! We are implementing a change that will help your private practice run more efficiently. As you know, we focus solely on nutritional counseling billing and we are experts in billing nuances, including when an eligibility estimate can (and cannot) be useful.
You’re ready to get contracted with insurance companies and you’ve reached out to Healthy Bytes for help. You’ve identified your top insurance companies to start with and can’t wait to grow your client base! But what happens when you apply to become in-network with an insurance company and you learn that their panel is closed?
Maybe you’re a dietetic intern or are wrapping up your rotations, or maybe you’ve been running a private practice for years and taking payment out-of-pocket. Regardless of where you are in your career, as an RDN or RD-to-be you’re probably familiar with the option to take health insurance. You’ve likely heard about the benefits: insurance companies are covering nutritional counseling at higher rates than ever before, physicians are more likely to refer patients to you if you’re already in the same networks as them, and you’re able to work with a number of new clients who may not otherwise have access to your services.
Let us handle the insurance paperwork, so that you can focus on what really matters! Whether you already accept health insurance on behalf of your clients, or you would like to start accepting insurance, Healthy Bytes is your biggest ally. We specialize in nutritional counseling reimbursement so that you don’t have to.