Revenue Boosting Program 2019 for Tampa/St.Pete/Sarasota Medical Practices

Clarify Medical Services, LLC announced the availability of their new Medical Billing and Revenue Cycle Management program beginning 2019. More information can be found at http://www.clarifymedicalservices.com/.

Sarasota, United States - October 20, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Customers looking for the latest Medical Billing and Revenue Cycle Management Service can now receive a customized revenue recovery program from Clarify Medical Services, LLC. Today Andrea Berke, Principal and Managing Director at Clarify Medical Services, LLC releases details of the new Medical Billing and Revenue Cycle Management Service’s development.

This customizeable program is designed specifically for Medical Professionals and includes:

Proven strategy to raising the bottom line of medical practices by +20% – Allows medical professionals to focus on their patients rather than administrative tasks. This is great news for medical professionals as it enables them to increase revenue while simultaneously lowering costs

Professional local ownership delivers transparent reporting – Each practice gets a customized solution and live in-person professionals to understand and deliver on their exact needs. Customers who enter this program should enjoy this because NO change is needed to current systems in most cases.

Over a dozen optional revenue boosting services available – Clarify Medical Services, LLC made sure to make this part of this new program as most practices are not optimized for peak revenue. Members of this program will likely appreciate this because a 15 minute analysis usually uncovers greater than 20% in new revenue opportunities.

Andrea Berke, when asked about the Medical Billing and Revenue Cycle Management Service said:

“Medical Practices in Tampa/Sarasota now have “a secure, done-for-you solution and to capture their optimal revenue within 60 days”

This program is the latest offering from Clarify Medical Services, LLC. Andrea Berke is particularly excited about this launch because medical practices historically have been unable to capture more than 85% of revenue while keeping focus on patients. This new service allows them to do both with ease and full transparency..

Those interested in learning more about Clarify Medical Services, LLC and their Medical Billing and Revenue Cycle Management program can do so on the website at http://www.clarifymedicalservices.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Andrea Berke
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Organization: Clarify Medical Services, LLC
Address: 15 Paradise Plaza #199, Sarasota, FL 34239, United States
Phone: +1-813-728-9152
Website: http://www.clarifymedicalservices.com/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88929225

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