More and more healthcare providers start using medical billing solutions in an attempt to make their paperwork easier, faster and more accurate. And how could they not, when 75 % of the claims are submitted electronically, and small and big health providers alike confess to the necessity to keep up with technology? The billing provider is responsible for the efficiency of cost calculations, customization, account balances’ availability and financial reports’ accuracy.
Here at Snowden, we use and recommend RPM Billing.
Through RPM you will be able to manage bills electronically and submit claims. They should provide better speed, information transparency, flexibility, security, bill tracking, detailed reports, scheduling resources, printing, scanning, and credit card processing for our patients. Please contact them for assistance with:
Filing claims electronically
Modification and resubmission of previous claims
Charges, payments and adjustments
Issuing patients statements
Issuing financial statistic reports
Accessible charge balance
The use of a billing service is thoroughly organized and an accurate and more efficient system than before. RPM Billing eases the administrative burden. This allows our doctors to focus on our patients, the job they were trained to do.
“Providing education is not the core mission of Mary Washington Healthcare,” said Eric Fletcher, senior vice president for marketing and communications. “We’re going to let the schools do what they do well, and we’ll concentrate on what we do well.”
The school was founded in 1997 and is located within Snowden at Fredericksburg, a 40-bed, psychiatric hospital, across the street from Mary Washington Hospital.
Article in the Fredericksburg Lance-Star.
Snowden at Fredericksburg - Customer Pages
|Snowden at Fredericksburg is dedicated to improving the overall quality of health for all members of the community. An important piece of improvement is information. Snowden at Fredericksburg continues to help provide people with general information to help community members understand more about Mental Health.
In today’s high stress world understanding mental health is critical. One way we do this is through providing Third Thursday at Three, an educational opportunity for the community on a variety of topics related to Mental Wellness. In 2004, we will be providing this opportunity every other month. In addition, many of Snowden's Associates are involved in related community organizations such as Federicksburg Mental Health Association, volunteering at Moss Free Clinic, volunteering to speak to students at local schools, and serving on a variety State wide committees, to name a few.
Snowden works hard to ensure our customers understand the facts about mental health, but also how one can utilize their own personal resources in managing their mental health symptoms once they transition from our continuum of care into the community. We do this through traditional group therapy and education, as well as through adjunctive therapy roups to include art therapy, music therapy, and recreation therapy.
Snowden strives to ensure each member of the community is empowered to maintain their mental wellness.
Snowden at Fredericksburg - Treatment Options for Adults
|Overall quality of life is greatly improved when a mental disorder is diagnosed early and treated properly. Snowden offers three treatment options for adults who are 18 years old and over. Each program provides appropriate care and patient education designed to meet the patient’s unique needs. Our behavioral care professionals conduct individual counseling, family meetings and group therapy in a safe and comfortable environment. As patients work to improve their mental health, a sense of wellness and balance return to their lives.
Adult Inpatient Service provides treatment to those who need highly structured and intensive care. Patients learn about the nature of their
challenges and find tools to help them recover. There are two levels of care in Inpatient Service depending on the severity of the patient’s needs.
Adult Partial Hospitalization Program provides day treatment for patients with mental health or chemical dependency problems. The program serves those who do not need inpatient services but require more support than is possible in outpatient counseling.Through group therapy, our experienced professionals encourage social interaction, self-esteem and coping skills.
Adult Intensive Outpatient Program offers treatment exclusively to those struggling with chemical dependency. The weekly night sessions offer more support than typical outpatient counseling programs. Alcohol or drug-dependent patients are expected to attend Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous meetings throughout treatment to develop a positive support network.