Medical Billing - Facilities Served

What type of facilities can a medical biller bill for?


Just about any health care provider or anyone who submits claims to a health insurance provider on behalf of the patient. This would include but not necessarily be limited to:

  • Individual providers

  • Clinics

  • Physical, Occupational, & Speech Therapy providers or clinics

  • Hospitals

  • Nursing Homes

  • Ambulatory surgical centers

  • Durable Medical Equipment providers

  • Mental Health providers

  • Home health agencies

These are most of the likely facilities I could think of that would require the services of a medical biller.

Visitors: if you can think of any facilities I missed please comment below.


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