EMS-oriented groups continue to lobby on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. and other major capitols to improve EMS reimbursement rates. Although we remain hopeful that government change will work in our favor, EMS administrators and managers continue to negotiate rates with private insurance companies and look for ways to increase billing efficiency. After all, what kind of EMS administrator or manager wouldn’t want faster and higher reimbursement on EMS insurance claims?
Thankfully, there are easy, surefire ways to gain that. By ensuring that the EMS billing operation is carried out with as few mistakes as possible in an expedient manner, faster and more reliable reimbursement becomes possible.
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