Because Specialization Matters

The ASC Revenue Cycle.

It’s all we do.

It’s all we think about.

And it shows.


National Medical Billing Services is the premier revenue cycle outsourcing company focused strictly on ambulatory surgery centers and surgical practices. Our unparalleled combination of ASC expertise, intelligent analytics, insightful advice, and relentless attention to detail allow us to deliver exceptional, industry leading financial results for our surgery centers, our surgeons and our administrators.

Most importantly, we build enduring client relationships based on trust and a complete commitment to excellence.

National Medical’s dedication to its clients and its employees has resulted in it winning numerous national awards recognizing it as an elite provider of outsourced revenue cycle management services as well as one of the best companies to work for in the U.S.

At National Medical Billing Services, the ASC revenue cycle is all we do, it’s all we think about, and it shows.

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  • New Medicare Policies that Temporarily Boost Medicare and Medicaid Reimbursement - The CARES Act attempts to alleviate some of the financial strain on hospitals, physicians, and other health care providers through a series of new Medicare policies that temporarily boost Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement and allow for added flexibility. Policy updates include: • During the period beginning on May 1, 2020 and ending on December 31, […]
  • Capitol, ASCA, Regulatory Affairs CARES Act Signed Into Law - President Trump signed into law a historic $2 trillion coronavirus relief package, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act); the biggest fiscal stimulus in US history. Of the many key provisions, this legislation allows for $349 billion in small business relief and additional healthcare provisions for hospitals and providers directly impacted by […]
  • Executive Orders on Elective Surgery - After CMS issued guidance on elective procedures during the Covid-19 crisis, many state Governors began to issue executive orders. These mandates vary by state, but for those addressing elective surgeries, there may be exceptions to postponement. Ambulatory Surgery Centers should monitor their states specific orders and evaluate their planned surgical cases for applicability. Each states […]