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What is QMACs? A privately held corporation based in Richardson, Texas; QMACS, Inc. focuses on Revenue Cycle Management, Practice Management, and EHR Training & Implementation services for a variety of specialties and practice sizes. The company adheres to a function based philosophy that provides a thorough analysis of each claim processed for maximum revenue retention. QMACS’ experience allows for a complete understanding of office flow to help physicians and their staff establish processes that increase staff productivity and better manage patient load. With the push toward EHR systems to meet required compliance initiatives and regulatory requirements, QMACS developed a comprehensive training and implementation plan that guides physicians and their staff through the process of successfully installing an EHR system that meets these standards. For more information call 800-540-0429.

What to expect A seasoned, established company. A company that has spent eighteen years perfecting the detailed processes required to effectively collect. A company with the technological and financial resources not only to maintain, but to stay ahead of the ever changing trends and governmental mandates; while keeping the cost burden off of our partners’ shoulders.