Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) June 11, 2014
Intermedix Corporation announced on Wednesday its selection as the EMS revenue cycle services provider for Polk County, Fla.
Polk County Fire Rescue serves the 17 cities and towns within Polk County, Fla. with emergency medical services. The agency provides approximately 58,000 ambulance transports a year.
“Partnering with Intermedix will allow us to continue focusing on providing the best emergency care to our county with support from a national leader,” said Polk County Fire Rescue Chief David Cash.“ This allows us to continue to provide excellent patient services in a fiscally responsible manner.”
Intermedix was awarded the EMS billing contract for Polk County Fire Rescue after responding to a Request for Proposal, or RFP.
“We are proud of being re-selected by Polk County Fire Rescue,” said Intermedix President and CEO Doug Shamon. “We look forward to leveraging our partnership to drive even greater improvements for the county, including enhanced reporting and analytics and strategic improvements to prepare for the changes associated with the changing health care landscape.”
Intermedix will continue to work with the county to implement strategic improvements to support patients and optimize revenue.
Intermedix delivers technology-enabled professional services to health care providers, government agencies and corporations. The company supports approximately 15,000 health care providers with practice and revenue cycle services and connects more than 95 percent of the U.S. population with crisis management and emergency preparedness and response technologies. To learn more visit http://www.intermedix.com.
About Polk County Fire Rescue
Polk County Fire Rescue (PCFR) is a division of the Board of County Commissioners. PCFR provides fire, emergency medical and emergency management services to residents in a 2000-square-mile area, as well as provides mutual aid to surrounding counties. PCFR has more than 600 full-time employees throughout 45 stations, which run more than 75,000 calls each year.