ASC REVENUE CYCLE SPECIALISTS

Because Specialization Matters.

The ASC Revenue Cycle. Its all we do.

It’s all we think about. And it shows.

INDUSTRY INSIGHTS

We are experts in the ASC revenue cycle industry, and we are regularly asked to write articles and speak nationally on cutting edge and pressing issues facing ambulatory surgery centers. See below for some of what our people had to say on such topics.

National Medical receives honor for fifth straight year ST. LOUIS, June 22,, 2018 — National Medical Billing Services, a healthcare revenue cycle management company known for driving productivity and increasing cash flow for ambulatory surgery centers, today announced that it has been named to Becker’s 2018 list of “150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare.” […]

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St. Louis Business Journal recognizes National Medical for the second straight year ST. LOUIS, June 22, 2018 – National Medical Billing Services, a healthcare revenue cycle management company known for driving productivity and increasing cash flow for ambulatory surgery centers, today announced that it has been named to St. Louis Business Journal’s 2018 “Best Places […]

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In his book “Better: A Surgeon’s Notes on Performance,” best-selling author Dr. Atul Gawande traces the origins of the first pricing method for surgical services all the way back to ancient Babylon, where surgeons were paid 10 shekels for “any lifesaving operation.” It wouldn’t be until three decades ago, however, that standardized pricing methods became […]

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Industry-leading RCM provider opens conference as keynote sponsor, addresses complex RCM scenarios National Medical Billing Services is a platinum sponsor and the keynote sponsor at the Becker’s ASC 23rd Annual Meeting – The Business and Operations of ASCs, an annual conference hosted by Becker’s ASC Review at the Swissotel in Chicago. The conference is one […]

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Session will highlight cybersecurity, technology infrastructure and data analytics specific to the healthcare environment Nader Samii, CEO, and TJ Rock, Vice President of Technology, of National Medical Billing Services, will be the featured speakers today at 1:00 pm ET, as a part of Becker’s ASC Review’s 2016 Webinar Series. Today’s topic, “How Your Technology Environment […]

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Sessions will highlight coding and collection challenges facing Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASCs) Tom Mahoney, senior vice president, business development, and Alison Kuley, coder, at National Medical Billing Services, will be presenting at the Fourth Annual Northeast ASC Conference, at the Waltham Woods Conference Center in Waltham, MA. Tom’s speech, “Best Practices to Optimize Patient Collections,” […]

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Healthcare is a labor-intensive industry. And for many providers, payroll expenses can really add up. According to a 2014 Becker’s Hospital Review survey, more than half of the chief financial officers surveyed said personnel costs posed the biggest operational challenge to their organizations during the previous 12 months. When deciding what your operational business costs […]

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National Medical Billing Services President, Lisa Rock, to speak at the Midwest ASC Conference Lisa Rock, President of National Medical Billing Services, will be a featured presenter at the Midwest ASC Conference, September 21-23, 2016, at the Hilton Branson Convention Center, in Branson, MO. Lisa’s speech, “Best Practices to Optimize Patient Collections,” will be held […]

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Technology has paved the way for more procedures to transition into the outpatient arena, and the growth of ambulatory surgery centers has surged in the last several years. With the additional business, surgery centers can accumulate more revenue. “The evolution of value-based care will benefit ASCs in a meaningful way. If payers begin to see […]

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Keep patients happy, while making sure they pay their bills, on time & in full That’s the critical revenue cycle question today for ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs). While survey after survey shows patients overwhelmingly prefer the care they receive in ASCs and other outpatient facilities, more than one-quarter of bad debt, as a percentage of […]

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