San Diego, CA (PRWEB) May 27, 2013
CHMB announces continuing new customer acceptance of its technology and business service offerings. Southern California Heart Specialists, Pacific Gyn-OB Medical Group Inc. and Kramer Orthopedics have each signed long-term agreements to adopt CHMB’s market leading revenue cycle management (RCM) offering. According to Chief Executive, Bob Svendsen, “CHMB has realized record levels of new sales growth during the first four months of 2013. As medium and large sized physician organizations learn about our unique integration of people, processes and technology; they are increasingly recognizing the value proposition CHMB’s offering brings.” CHMB enhances revenue cycle operations by increasing efficiencies for all reimbursement processes including patient payments, thus allowing greater clinical focus and more successful patient outcomes.
With RCM services managed through CHMB, practices direct their primary focus to improving quality care and patient satisfaction. Based in Pasadena, Southern California Heart specializes in cardiology, heart and vascular disease. In San Francisco, Pacific Gyn-OB Medical Group Inc. offers comprehensive gynecologic and obstetrical medical and surgical expertise, while Kramer Orthopedics, based out of Newport Beach focuses on treatment of orthopedic problems, sports injuries, neurologic disorders, neck pain and back pain.
CHMB works with physicians and health systems nationally to successfully manage the revenue cycle and to optimize payment for services provided. Today, more than 4,000 physicians encompassing 45 different medical specialties rely on CHMB for their experience in delivering proven solutions to improve practice profitability and optimize technology investments in PM and EHR. CHMB provides additional business services including credentialing, contracting and bookkeeping services for physician practices, MSO’s and ACO’s.“We support physician organizations as they align more closely with hospitals,” said Svendsen. “CHMB RCM Services provides the support needed to garner financial success so clinicians can prosper as valued heath care partners in their communities.”