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Margie McLean

Chief Executive Officer

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BIO

Margie McLean, founder and CEO of QMACS, Inc. serves as a successful and distinguished leader in the medical billing industry. Demonstrated skill in practice management solutions, fiscal analysis/management, coding and billing guidelines and practices, HIPAA standards, hospital administration and Electronic Medical Records have made McLean a nationally recognized speaker and trainer in practice management areas. Under McLean’s leadership, QMACS grew from a single client company in 1993 to a corporation serving in excess of 500 physicians. A graduate of Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas, McLean was awarded a B.B.A. in Management. Certifications include Certified Professional Coder (Physician and Hospital-American Association of Professional Coders), National Professional Medical Coding Curriculum instructor, and certified Allscripts Electronic Medical Records trainer.

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