WCH Service Bureau Honors Its Professional Medical Billing Staff On National Medical Biller's Day, March 28, 2013

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WCH Service Bureau, a global service provider for practitioners in the healthcare industry is commemorating National Medical Biller's Day in honor of its clients and employees.

WCH Service Bureau, a global service provider for practitioners in the healthcare industry, will honor its highly trained and professional billing staff as well as its clients at practices nationwide in honor of National Medical Biller's Day celebrated on March 28 this year.

National Medical Billers Day was initiated by the AMBA (American Medical Biller's Association) beginning in 2008 in recognition of the importance and involvement of medical billers in the health care industry.

“This is a day to recognize and honor our highly trained and very professional medical billing staff,” explains CEO Aleksandr Romanychev. “This year is especially important given our current focus on helping clients upgrade to ICD-10 and significant industry changes it requires. Our health care providers are relying on us more than ever to help process claims that are timely, accurate and approved and we are consulting extensively on billing and reimbursement issues.”

Sponsor of the day, The American Medical Billing Association's (AMBA) goal is to provide the medical biller's association members with resources to enhance knowledge and skills to develop new ideas and technology collectively increase and realize true industry growth and leadership. It also offers the Certified Medical Reimbursement Specialists (CMRS), an exam which is a voluntary, national credential for the medical billing profession.

According to AMBA Director Cyndee Weston, “Medical Biller’s Day is a great opportunity for doctors and billing companies to thank their billers for the hard work they do every day. Billing correctly and getting claims paid is no easy task. Rules change frequently, while insurers apply strict payment guidelines that often aren’t communicated well – it’s an often thankless job, so encouragement and appreciation for a job well done is welcomed by AMBA members and billers nationwide.”

"Virtually all of our billing staff has this and other accreditations and as a result we have one of the experienced and best trained firms in the industry,” explains Olga Khabinskay, WCH general manager. “That’s why our clients in physician and non-physician groups trust our opinion and services as well as receive the highest reimbursement level possible.”

About WCH
WCH Service Bureau is a global service provider and a leader in the tri-state area providing an array of billing and practice management services for large and small medical groups. Headquartered in Brooklyn, New York, WCH provides billing, credentialing, coding, chart auditing and customized medical software solutions as well as receptionist services, and Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credits. It serves private clinics, hospitals, laboratories, imaging centers, pharmacies and supply companies and has hundreds of healthcare provider groups as clients. They are also recognized as a vendor by Medicare, Medicaid and top commercial insurance carriers in the tri-state area and other states. WCH is affiliated with numerous industry associations including the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA); the American Medical Billing Association (AMBA); American Association of Professional Coders (AAPC), and the Professional Association of Healthcare Management (PAHCOM). For more information, please visit http://www.wchsb.com.

Contact:    Andrew Lavin
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