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Three Market Leaders Come Together As One To Form A New Breed of Medical Billing Companies
Date:8/1/2014

up. Because of our organization’s genetic makeup, we can be very nimble and responsive to client needs beyond the competition that’s out there.”

MBX operation centers will utilize the Imagine® billing software platform, proven to be a high performance platform that can be efficiently customized to meet the unique needs of physician practices, including radiology, anesthesiology, emergency, and pathology. Combining MBX’s leadership experience with the Imagine suite of product offerings, the tools available are creatively leveraged to the highest levels for each client. In addition, processes utilized by MBX are carefully monitored by dedicated compliance professionals to ensure services are consistently aligned with recommendations from regulatory agencies including the Office of Civil Rights and the Office of the Inspector General (OIG).

“We believe we’re on the leading edge of what medical billing providers should be offering both their clients and their clients’ patients,” Monaghan continues. “Delivering best in class billing with intuitive software that helps you to bill effectively the first time and every time, combined with a service component to keep all stakeholders happy: it just doesn’t get any better than that.”

About MBX
MBX approaches each client relationship as a truly integrated strategic partner, intricately aligned to help the practice accomplish its strategic objectives well beyond the scope of medical billing processes. Each member of the MBX leadership team has run successful medical billing companies in highly competitive markets. Now together under MBX, these billing experts are leveraging their collective experience to consistently deliver on a set of clearly defined expectations while establishing trusting, long term relationships with their clients.

MBX will be exhibiting at the RBMA Fall Educational Conference in Seattle, WA October 17-18, 2014. Exhibit space # 200.

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