Thomasville, Georgia-based Archbold Memorial Hospital recently signed a contract to partner with Kemberton for motor vehicle accident claims, Third-Party Liabilities (TPL), and health billing and follow up.
Kemberton in the News
- April 9, 2018
- February 22, 2018
Why are hospitals missing out MedPay and PIP payments for so many motor vehicle accident claims and what can they do to change it? The answer starts by having registration collect all vital information upfront. Only 51% of the time, hospitals verify the presence of MedPay or PIP coverage when dealing with MVA related injuries. By asking a few key questions during the registration process, billers can use this information to act quickly and get the hospital paid. To find out the questions your hospital needs be asking.
- January 18, 2018
Becker's Hospital's has featured Brandon Rife in another great article featuring other industry experts on their top tips for improving revenue cycle management!
- January 18, 2018
Congratulations to Brandon Rife for being chosen as Becker's Hospital Review's "RCM Tip of the Day". Brandon shares that when it comes to identifying denials, the earlier the better!
- January 16, 2018
Learn how Kemberton is giving hospitals a fresh approach in retrieving uncollectible claims. Kemberton’s CEO George Abatjoglou explains to Hospital Access Management how getting the right people involved can secure the payment. Most hospitals do have the right resources, but different departments are not acting in unison. A single, unified team acting under the same set of goals makes the difference, increasing the chance of a successful appeal.
- January 5, 2018
Kemberton’s President, Brandon Rife discusses how hospitals can lower claim denial rates.
Read these 4 tips to learn how you too can improve revenue cycle performance by lowering claim denial rates.