Indianapolis Medical Society is pleased to continue to offer its members a discount on group health insurance through ADVANTAGE HEALTH SOLUTIONS, a local health plan owned by local providers.
IMS physician practices are benefiting from this discount and the move to ADVANTAGE. The IMS employee group composed of the combined 19 employees of IMS, the Medical Society Exchange and the IMS Foundation, will save over $200,000 over two years compared to its old Anthem BCBS premiums. Although every situation is different and there is no guarantee of savings, we hope that these actual results to date are compelling enough for you to consider taking advantage of this unique opportunity.
To find out more about the program, or to see if it is a good fit for your practice, please contact the exclusive agents for this product: Call (317) 564-4003, or visit Acumen's website here.
As the exclusive provider of staffing services for the Indianapolis Medical Society, members can enjoy Favorite's preferred pricing on a full-range of recruitment, on-boarding and staffing services. With just one call to 866-877-3595, Favorite Healthcare Staffing can provide solutions to help ensure consistent staffing and quality patient care without the staffing headaches!
Favorite's comprehensive range of medical staffing and personnel services can help physicians improve cost control, increase efficiency, and protect their revenue cycle. To learn more, visit Favorite's IMS Member Site.
Click here to immediately enter a staffing request or call 866-877-3595 to talk with one of Favorite's Medical Staffing Experts.
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The time to engage and motivate providers and staff about ICD-10 is now and the IMS Partner Network has what you need to kick start your efforts. IMS is pleased to announce Complete Practice Resources (CPR) is a new member of the IMS Partner Network. For less than the cost of a code book, CPR's Simple Solutions ICD-10 Transition Software is being called a "must have" training resource for the outpatient, ambulatory ICD-10-CM transition. IMS has secured a special $99 (download or web-based) price for our members.
For only $99, The Simple Solutions ICD-10 Transition Software:
Immediately illustrates documentation elements providers must know to successfully navigate the ICD-10 transition
Saves hours of time over manually converting superbills and EMR problem lists
Easily finds more specific ICD-10 codes that optimize reimbursement
Quickly Prints staff training tools and conversion lists
Searches and converts by code, keywords, or descriptions, ICD-9 or ICD-10 look ups
Converts multiple codes at once, converting codes from "9" to "10" or from "10" to "9"
Stores specialty-specific "favorites" lists for commonly used codes and future use
Enriches ICD-10 educational programs
Web enabled for phone or tablet use
Special pricing for IMS members allows you to purchase the Simple Solutions ICD-10 Transition Software for an exclusively negotiated cost of only $99. Complete Practice Resources is so sure you will love it, they are proud to offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee on the software.
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Sign-up is easy to obtain your discounts. You will need a passcode from the IMS for registration, phone the Indianapolis Medical Society, (317) 639-3406 or email: email@example.com.
Project Health is a community partnership to improve access to health care for low-income, uninsured residents of Indianapolis. It combines donated physician care, hospital services, medication assistance, and case management in a manner that maximizes existing community resources and enhances coordination among service providers. Enabling patients to receive timely and appropriate care, Project Health aims to improve the health and well being of community members as well as to produce cost savings for local medical institutions.
In April of 2002, the Indianapolis Medical Society overwhelmingly voted to support Project Health by building a network of volunteer physicians to serve low-income, uninsured patients.
Physicians can choose a different number of patients to accept - any commitment is appreciated.
Role of Project Health
To help uninsured Marion County residents find the healthcare they need
To reduce frivolous emergency room visits
To help doctors help their patients get all of the care they need beyond the doctors' office; such as specialty care, labs, diagnostic tests, surgery, durable medical equipment and help obtaining medications.
To help those patients who fall through the gaps of the system - those who are not poor enough to qualify for other public programs, but who still are uninsured and in need of care with no where else to go - particularly for specialty care.
Project Health Will
Screen clients for eligibility and ensure all clients sign a patient responsibility contract.
Coordinate referrals centrally to assure equitable distribution of patients among all participating physicians and to assure that pledges are not exceeded.
Provide clients with case management services to assist with reminder calls, transportation, and other necessary support.
Establish relationships with community partners to provide laboratory, xray, diagnostic services, pharmaceuticals, and hospital care that patients need.
Track the value of all services donated by physicians and publicize the data in a prominent way.