Medical Billing & Revenue Cycle Management Industry Alliances
AAPC is the nation's largest association of medical coders, billers, auditors, regulatory compliance experts, and physician practice management with more than 121,000 members. Our certified members represent the highest of industry standards and are recognized by physicians and clinical professionals across the country for their expertise in administering the business side of medicine.
HBMA was formed in 1993 by a core group of individuals who had a vision of a forum, rich in resources, to guide their collective efforts towards a highly professional image within the medical community.” to instead read “HBMA is an association of the most professional and forward thinking members of the revenue cycle management industry, providing for its members broad-based educational services, developmental resources and a forum for process improvement related to medical revenue cycle.
Dell Healthcare and Life Sciences - better healthcare starts with better information.
Allscripts’ provider network consists of 180,000 physicians in 50,000 practices as well as 1,500 hospitals, including all “Honor Roll” hospitals as listed by US News & World Report, and 10,000 post-acute care organizations, including 92% of the Top 25 nursing home chains and 27,000 clinicians providing home healthcare.
Epic develops software for mid-size and large medical groups, hospitals and integrated healthcare organizations – working with community hospitals, academic facilities, children's organizations, safety net providers and large multi-hospital systems.
Vitera Healthcare Solutions, formerly Sage Healthcare, provides end-to-end clinical and financial technology solutions so physicians and medical professionals can focus on patients instead of paperwork. Serving more than 400,000 healthcare professionals including 80,000 physicians, Vitera provides electronic health records and practice management systems, processes 32 million transactions and 1.6 million e-prescriptions monthly.
Encite provides comprehensive practice management and clinical electronic medical records (electronic health records) software, highly customizable to suit the preferences of individual practitioners and medical groups, and is available nationwide.
Citrix provides dynamic virtualization and cloud computing solutions to free you from traditional computing, allowing you to work 'anywhere, anytime, from any device' across private, public and personal clouds.
M.E.D. finds the most qualified candidates for all temporary or permanent staffing needs of hospitals and medical practices, serving as your recruiting partner.
InstiComm LLC was formed in 2006 to market solutions for healthcare practice management using wireless business communication tools. The first of these solutions is the InstiCommMD designed for healthcare providers that have patient encounters outside the office setting.
The St. Louis EHR Group - a consortium of industry experts strategically aligned to provide all the services needed for converting to an EHR software system, there to help throughout the entire process.from planning to implementation to ongoing support.
St. Louis – Tab provides support to medical practices in organizing patient charts in preparation for electronic scanning.
Document Imaging Systems Corp (DISC) provides complete scanning software, equipment and outsourcing solutions to medical practices and hospitals.
Centron provides fully automated and reliable patient statement and medical practice document outsourcing services.