Our complete system for authorization, billing, appeals, and more. Quickly submit RFAs, calculate reimbursement, ensure accurate payment, and appeal incorrect adjustments — all with one tool. Training and professional support included.
Treat injured workers with complete confidence in full reimbursement. Easily submit RFAs and track payer responses to ensure compliance. Bulletproof your bills with documented, timestamped authorization for services rendered.
Bill accurately, down to the cent. Make instant calculations with always-updated fee schedule information. Set alerts for changes to reimbursement rates for the billing codes your practice uses most, and find dispute support with our IBR Decision Library.
Our complete concierge managed billing service. DaisyCollect agents take care of everything for your practice, from bill submission to collections and beyond. When payers improperly deny or reduce reimbursement, we navigate the system on your behalf to secure what’s owed.
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California workers’ comp law has precise, mandatory requirements for electronic bill submission by providers, and precise, mandatory requirements for how payers must respond to those e-bills. Yet too often, providers (or in this example, providers’ e-billing agents) must go to extraordinary lengths to get payers to comply with the law — something state legislators and regulators should be doing, not doctors or e-billing software companies.
For example, brutal exchanges between daisyBill and LWP Claims Solutions demonstrate how providers must devote indefensible amounts of time, effort, and administrative resources to convince, cajole, and coerce claims administrators to simply do what the law says.
Because LWP delays and withholds payment from doctors via its e-billing noncompliance, daisyBill has resorted to faxing thousands of paper bills to LWP, just to get our clients reimbursed properly. On those clients’ behalf, daisyBill also filed 7,112 Audit Complaints with the Division of Workers’ Compensation (DWC) to report LWP’s e-billing failures.
But what happens to providers who don’t have a scrappy e-billing agent in their corner? California legislators and regulators are failing these providers.
Providers should not have to go through the torment described below to receive payment as mandated. Nor should providers have to employ a team of e-billing experts to chase claims administrators around — as happy as we are to hold payers accountable on behalf of all workers’ comp providers, clients and non-clients alike.