Established in 2003 by a group of physicians, M-Scribe is a national provider of medical billing and documentation services. Out team consists of over 500 healthcare professionals working with more than 200 clinics and 25 hospitals nationwide.
ICD-10 Experts - M-Scribe is already employing ICD-10 certified professionals (well ahead of the October 2015 cut-off date). Your staff will be comforted knowing they have a partner assisting with upcoming implementation dates.
Coding Audits - M-Scribe works hard to ensure compliance and offers pre-RAC audit services.
Seasoned team of healthcare professionals who understand dictation and can work with any EHR.
Get Paid Faster - our accurate, convenient, compliant and timely return of documentation increases your revenue.
Spend more time seeing patients, not paperwork.
Streamline practice workflow and operations.
Customer Service - in-house customer support 24/7.
Experienced healthcare professionals are the backbone of our services. We combine the best in personnel, practices, and technology to provide quality services at very competitive rates. The most valuable asset we offer is our core team of medical professionals, we are trained and monitored closely for quality control to provide accurate and timely service.
Certified Medical Reimbursement Specialists (CMRS)
Certified Professional Coders (CPCs)
Certified Medical Transcriptionists (CMTs)
A Senior Account Management Team With Over 20 Years of Experience
Execution Oriented Customer Service Team
Healthcare IT Professionals
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