Who We Are
Advanced Practice Claims (APC), located in suburban Philadelphia, PA, was born from a partnership between a medical practice administrator, an operations efficiency consultant, a medical billing director, a regulatory affairs specialist, and a web developer. Our common mission is to bring affordable and proven solutions to problems that plague medical practices, specifically lost revenue due to poor billing practices and inefficient office procedures. In other words, we will cut the fat and find the money. Learn more …
Your Specialty Is Our Specialty
We handle all medical specialties, including:
- Family Practice Medical Billing
- Mental/Behavioral Health Billing
- Internal Medicine Medical Billing
- OB/GYN Medical Billing
- Ophthalmology Billing
- Podiatry Billing
- Pediatric Medical Billing
Submit Practice Charge Sheet
Existing APC clients may use this convenient form to submit your Charge Sheet to Advanced Practice Claims.
Take a look at our medical billing packages including all tasks and responsibilities.
Find out how to get paid to streamline your practice with EHR. New setup or transfer to us.
IN THE NEWS
Private Practice: There is a Thief Among UsEvery day hundreds of people will take to the internet and post about how they’ve been ripped off by their doctor, hospital, and insurance company. However, you don’t really read too much about the doctor’s office getting ripped off. Sadly, it’s an all too common... read more
CMS stands by calculations for 2004 Medicare outlier paymentsThe CMS will not recalculate payments made to hospitals in 2004 for particularly expensive patients, despite hospitals’ objections. The agency published a clarification Friday in response to a court decision last year. A federal judge ordered the CMS to better... read more
Cigna temporarily banned from new Medicare plansU.S. regulators have temporarily banned health insurer Cigna from offering certain Medicare plans to new patients after a probe uncovered issues with current offerings. The insurer disclosed late Thursday in a public filing that the U.S. Centers for Medicare... read more
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