History of Medical Billing

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The Early Days of Pat and MRS
July 17, 2014
The Early Days of Pat and MRS

From Basement to a 20k Square Foot Facility As we continue recognizing the 20 year business anniversary of Medical Recovery Services, we want to share more with you, our readers, clients, fellow advocates and supporters, on what it was like for Pat Palmer and her family to embark on this incredible journey from “hometown hero”…

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Medical Recovery Services: Where it All Began
July 10, 2014
Medical Recovery Services: Where it All Began

Prior to 1994, before Pat Palmer had begun making the public aware of the frequency of medical over-charging and abusive medical billing practices, most Americans had never heard of patient advocacy, let alone medical billing advocacy. Medical billing advocacy works to educate the public on issues within the medical billing field, such as non-billable items…

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The Birth of Medical Billing Advocacy: How it All Started
July 7, 2014
The Birth of Medical Billing Advocacy: How it All Started

In the 1970s, health advocacy was born in an attempt to recognize patients’ rights in a healthcare system that was becoming more and more difficult to understand. At the same time, the “Patient Empowerment Movement” was under way as a residual effect of the social liberation of the 1960s, in which a greater demand arose…

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