Services

There is no time like the present to choose the right partner that can help you maneuver the intricacies of running your office. Our suite of services touches every facet of your business from choosing the right EHR to increasing office and workflow productivity while maintaining patient care and adhering to required compliance initiatives. QMACS has the knowledge and expertise to help grow your organization into a thriving and revenue generating operation.

Coding & Billing

From Emergency Departments to Family Practice Clinics; the QMACS revenue cycle management process is designed to maximize your reimbursements.

Consulting

Let us conduct an in-depth analysis of your practices billing, coding, compliance, or fee schedule to help enhance your reimbursements.

Electronic Health Record

Maximize your practices potential with a quality, certified EHR.

Implementation & Training

Choose the right team. Success with EHR begins with a properly planned implementation.

EMS Billing & Collections

The combination of processes, superior technology, and our dedicated staff enable QMACS to set the standard for EMS billing timeliness, correctness, and service.

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