Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) February 16, 2012
In today’s challenging economy and changing regulations, maintaining an adequate cash flow is critical to every medical practice. To assist member practices with cash flow challenges, the North Carolina Medical Society (NCMS) has partnered with AmerAssist A/R Solutions, a leading national provider of cash flow management and accounts receivable collection solutions to the healthcare industry.
“AmerAssist is a competent and professional third party collection company, with outstanding results,” said Franklin Walker, Director of Programs & Practice Management - North Carolina Medical Society Foundation, in detailing the key factors that led to the selection of AmerAssist as a PractEssentials partner.
Paul Stang, VP of Association Relations at AmerAssist said, “I was excited when Tim Frye, our North Carolina Regional Vice President, presented us with the opportunity to partner with the members of the North Carolina Medical Society. Our management team has over 30 years of experience assisting medical practices with revenue cycle management and related accounts receivable, collection, and cash flow concerns. We understand how critical cash flow is to a medical practice along with the sensitivity to patient concerns and confidentially.”
Stang added, “We invest heavily in technology, which allows us to provide a seamless, efficient process to maximize cash flow for our clients. In addition, AmerAssist provides highly trained medical collection professionals who achieve exceptional results without endangering critical patient-doctor relationships. We look forward to a long successful relationship with the North Carolina Medical Society.”
AmerAssist A/R Solutions is one of the most experienced companies providing cash flow, accounts receivable and outsourcing solutions to over 10,000 businesses and medical practices across the country. AmerAssist is licensed and bonded and endorsed by over 100 national trade and professional associations. For more information visit: http://www.amerassist.com/arsmed
The North Carolina Medical Society (NCMS) began in 1849 when 25 physicians united to advance medical science and to raise the standards for their profession. Today, in their 160th year, they are more than 12,000 strong and champion the same goals and ideals. As the largest physician organization in the state, the North Carolina Medical Society devotes itself to representing the interests of physicians and protecting the quality of patient care.