Decades of experience to guide you in the changing healthcare environment.
A dedicated client administrator manages your transition, providing guidance at every step.
Aligned with industry experts to stay ahead of relevant topics such as MACRA and MIPS.
Our U.S. based staff serves 280+ Emergency Departments and patients in 33 states.
Personalized solutions to support your payroll needs and track your strategic progress.
We work with you to understand your business, your needs, and your goals to improve financial performance across the entire revenue cycle. Armed with the right people and the right technology, we’re changing the face of Emergency Medical Billing.
Practice | From initial coding and processing to AR and claims representation, a partnership with us means you’re able to focus on what matters – your patients, not paperwork.
Patients | Your patients want to review their statements, pay their bills, and speak with a human if they have questions. Our customer service team is ready to listen and help, person to person.
Industry | With 40 years in the industry, we understand how dynamic healthcare policy and legislation can be. We stay in-the-know and provide ongoing feedback and education to keep your practices and our processes as current as the rules that govern them.
Gottlieb, an industry leader in emergency department revenue cycle management, announced this week that they will be Gold Sponsors for the upcoming EMLRC (Emergency Medicine Learning and Resource Center) Emergency Medicine Days, being held in Tallahassee, FL, March 11-13, 2019. Emergency Medicine Days takes place every spring. It is an opportunity for emergency medicine physicians […]Read in full
Recently, an article was published regarding Emergency Room Medical bills. The author wanted to evaluate how unpredictable and costly ER bills were across the country. The article discussed the lack of transparency from hospitals regarding the cost of medical services. While there were several points made relative to the financial aspect of healthcare, I would […]Read in full