Emergency Ambulance Services

A “google” search of news in the EMS industry will quickly find articles of ambulance services being assessed fines and penalties for billing transports that are not considered medically necessary.  In the past, these stories typically read of non-emergency transports of patients that could walk or ride in a wheelchair to/from dialysis services and a [...]

2016-11-20T07:17:23-05:00Jun 16 2016|White Papers|

Reducing ED visits and readmissions: Why hospitals should partner with EMS

By Kim Stanley, Chief Customer Officer, EMS Management & Consultants, and Brent Myers, MD, MPH, Director and Medical Director, Wake County Department of Emergency Medical Services An estimated 240 million calls are made to 9-1-1 in the U.S. each year.1 While some of these calls are for genuine healthcare emergencies that require on-site treatment and [...]

2016-11-20T07:17:24-05:00Jul 29 2015|White Papers|

Riding In Their Shoes

post by Mary Dorsett Deploying a new client is always an exciting experience. Each EMS agency usually has their own set of procedures and are often anxious to have EMS|MC, as their billing partner, become further acquainted with their operation. During a recent documentation training visit to a new client, Rock Township Ambulance District in [...]

2016-11-20T07:17:24-05:00Dec 2 2014|White Papers|