Reimbursement and regulatory challenges are making it harder than ever for practices to thrive.
Physicians are left feeling stuck, depleted, and overwhelmed by the tasks necessary to keep the doors open AND provide a high-level of patient care.
By your side from the beginning until you get paid
Our team is progressive and always accountable to your bottom line. With decades of in-the-trenches experience, our team understands how challenging it can be to balance a high-level of patient care while completing all the necessary tasks to keep your practice open and thriving.
Faster payment turnaround, ahead of evolving risks and regulations
Save costs on selecting, hiring, and managing an in-house billing team
Better overall experience for patients, your staff, and physicians
Same-day claim submission and real-time performance reporting
• DME Providers
• Pain Management
• Physical Therapy
• Wound Care
• Family Medicine
• General Surgery
• Infectious Disease
• Internal Medicine
• Lab Diagnostics
• Mental Health
Multi-specialty billing company
serving physicians, clinics and organizations nationwide
Our transition to CIMB was sudden and on short notice. Even so, they made it happen, and it's meant nothing but good things for our practice since. I can't say enough how much I wish I had made this change years ago. Our revenue has drastically increased and their billing turnaround is impressive.
The team at CIMB is top-notch and wonderful to work with, always helpful and available. They have amazing transparency and I always know what's been billed, collected, and what they're working on for my business. This is a drastic change from my previous billing company. I love their weekly and monthly reports that let me know exactly where my business stands. I could not be happier with CIMB, and like I said, I only wish I had made the change sooner.
Isn't it a hassle to switch companies?
Some say switching billing companies is a lot like going through airport security with golf clubs and a couple toddlers in tow.
We get it. But here's the thing -- if you're not getting what you need (and deserve) from your billing company...what does having a conversation hurt?