“Dialysis billing has complex requirements that are unique in healthcare; effective billing and collections are critical to managing a successful dialysis operation,” said George Garcia, MIQS Managing Director.
Boulder, CO (PRWEB) May 26, 2015
MIQS announced today the release of MIQS Billing Manager, its financial solution for dialysis centers to seamlessly handle all their billing and collection activities. This system, used successfully since 1995 in dialysis centers as part of MIQS’ comprehensive Disease Manager Plus software, is now available as a stand-alone billing solution that can be integrated with most clinical EMR systems. Now dialysis providers have a new option in a previously limited field to manage complicated billing functions with MIQS’ intuitive interface and adaptable software.
In addition to flexible interfacing capabilities, the system is well recognized for its broad range of both standard and user–defined reporting. “Dialysis billing has complex requirements that are unique in healthcare; effective billing and collections are critical to managing a successful dialysis operation,” said George Garcia, MIQS Managing Director. “We have worked with owners for almost two decades, and our billing solution does a great job of collecting necessary information to generate accurate claims, while creating operating efficiencies in the process.”
Company founder, nephrologist Victor E. Pollak, M.D. commented, “Managing the financial demands of a dialysis center while ensuring regulatory compliance is critical to providing high quality patient care. We are proud of our long history of supporting our customers in this field.”
MIQS was formed in 1990 by Dr. Pollak to provide physicians with comprehensive healthcare data needed to treat complicated disease states. Since then, MIQS has developed, licensed, and supported award-winning clinical and financial software systems used to manage patients in dialysis centers. The company’s systems have demonstrably contributed to improved patient outcomes while decreasing costs as recognized in peer-reviewed articles.
For more information, please visit http://www.miqs.com.