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Nonprofit Outpatient Clinics and Social Service Agencies Outsource Billing to Increase Profits
Date:5/19/2009

NEW YORK, May 19 /PRNewswire/ -- First, New York State nonprofit outpatient clinics and social service agencies were hit by ever-changing Medicaid, Medicaid managed care, Medicare, and insurance billing regulations. Today, a recession affects even the healthiest organization. Millin Associates (www.millinmedical.com), a medical billing and consulting leader for 27 years, provides expanded services and next-generation software empowering organizations to better receive payments and minimize denied claims.

Several years ago (in better economic times) outpatient clinics and social service agencies were already inundated with excessive paperwork and denied claims. Today, with the horrific economy, many clinics operate in the red. Millin's services and cutting-edge software provides hope: they are affordable, and provide a more cost-effective solution than in-house billing. Furthermore, Millin helps others better reallocate staff.

Millin enters facilities to retrieve lost revenue from previous denials, done strictly on contingency. They set up clients, then research, correct and re-bill all denials. Millin can research/process 100,000+ claims simultaneously, making capacity a non-issue. After, Millin can take billing on an ongoing basis, catering to the facility's needs.

Many clinics and agencies are hesitant to outsource billing functions because they are already losing money. Millin provides a highly-trained IT department, which can come into any work environment, work from any existing database, and relieve overburdened clinics (which may or may not have an IT department). Millin's software provides execs with detailed reports, analyzing the source of denials, plus quarterly financial, cost, and fiscal reports. This critical feature allows decision-makers to analyze in-house processes, and improve inefficiencies.

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