QUICK MED CLAIMS

Case Studies


Financial Pressure with Positive Transition

The hospital based medical transport in this case was experiencing substantial financial duress and had a number of compliance risks prior to the transition. Program leadership was under pressure from the sponsoring hospital leadership to achieve a neutral financial position. Read the case study.

Immediate Financial Improvement

The air medical services (AMS) program in this case was operating on a solid financial footing.  However, program leadership was concerned that the billing and reimbursement performance was below area benchmarks.  Read the case study.

Program in Crisis

The air medical services (AMS) program in this case was experiencing substantial financial duress and sponsoring hospital leadership was in the process of evaluating several options to mitigate the financial performance.  Among the options was to close the program.  Read the case study.

Fresh Start in 2013

The air medical services (AMS) program in this case experienced a leadership transition in 2012.  The new leadership identified revenue cycle management as an opportunity for improvement.  AMS leadership engaged an outside consultant to review the revenue cycle management performance.  Read the case study.
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