KeyBridge Medical Revenue Management Expands Indiana Presence

New hire enables KeyBridge to serve healthcare revenue management needs of Indiana hospitals and large group medical practices

LIMA, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- KeyBridge Medical Revenue Management (http://www.keybridgemed.com) announced today that it will expand its healthcare revenue cycle management solutions into the Indiana market.

"There is great opportunity to bring our healthcare revenue management solutions to Indiana hospitals and medical group practices," said Scott Koenig, president of KeyBridge. "Establishing a presence in Indiana will enable us to effectively serve clients while demonstrating our commitment to the market."

KeyBridge will support its market expansion with the addition of Jeff Osborne as account manager. Osborne brings more than 12 years of account management, client services and business development experience to the position.

KeyBridge offers hospitals and large medical group practices the ability to streamline their accounts receivable management processes and collect patient payments while preserving relationships. KeyBridge attributes its success in helping clients improve revenue to its patient-friendly collection practices and proprietary accounts receivable management technology.

"Attracting and preserving patient relationships is a major driver of the profitability of hospitals and large group medical practices," Osborne said. "I look forward to working closely with the Indiana healthcare community to ensure that revenue collection processes are both patient friendly and ultimately more successful.”

About KeyBridge Medical Revenue Management

KeyBridge provides accounts receivable management services, including early out programs, debt recovery and clean-up programs, to hospitals and large group medical practices. By incorporating patient-friendly practices into the revenue collection process, KeyBridge improves cash flow, reduces the cost of recovery and preserves patient relationships. Visit http://www.keybridgemed.com to learn more.



CONTACT:

For KeyBridge
Bethany Cramer, 614-540-5520
[email protected]

KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  Indiana

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