Medical Business Resources Attends Marcus Evans CFO Summit

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Medical Business Resources, Inc. (MBR), a comprehensive healthcare revenue management company, attended the Marcus Evans National Healthcare CFO Summit in Hollywood, Florida, April 26-28, 2012.

Medical Business Resources, Inc. (MBR), a comprehensive healthcare revenue management company, attended the Marcus Evans National Healthcare CFO Summit in Hollywood, Florida, April 26-28, 2012.

The event was hailed as a success by MBR Sales Director Steve Koressel, who attended the event with MBR’s President and Founder Eric Whitrock and Fletcher Lance of partner organization the North Highland Company.

“We met with many healthcare organizations and found most were very interested in MBR’s software products and services, specifically what answers we can provide from their data,” Koressel said.

The National Healthcare CFO Summit is an opportunity for healthcare executives to meet with solution providers, like MBR. While there are other consulting companies in the revenue cycle space; it is MBR’s data analytics that set it apart from the competition.

“MBR offers something that no other organization can,” Eric Whitrock explained. “We have the ability to take an organization’s financial data and use our proprietary software to increase the amount of information they have at their disposal. Then we take what we learn and create a High Yield Strategy that allows them to prioritize their collections and staff effectively,” he said.

MBR partners with organizations, like the North Highland Company, to provide its clients with a full spectrum of revenue cycle solutions. After MBR takes initial steps to increase its clients’ payments from insurers, North Highland, a healthcare consulting firm with headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, is able to offer a detailed process improvement plan, based on MBR’s analysis.

MBR will be attending the National Healthcare CFO Summit this October 21-23, 2012, in Dallas, Texas.

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