The Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA) exists to provide resources to enable its members to more effectively manage, emphasizing those aspects unique to the business of radiology. The cornerstone of the RBMA can be summed up in the dedicated pursuit of four basic objectives:
- Recognition and enhancement of the radiology practice management profession;
- Improvement and expansion of services to radiologists and their managers in response to changing needs and requirements;
- Availability of information to members in ways that produce efficient communication; and
- Quality educational programs designed to improve administrative skills and meet the needs of all managers.
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MGMA is the premier membership association for professional administrators and leaders of medical group practices. Since 1926, MGMA has delivered networking, professional education and resources and political advocacy for medical practice management. The Association started as a small network of clinic managers, called the National Association of Clinic Managers, which met for the first time in Madison, Wis., in 1926. The name was changed to the Medical Group Management Association in 1963 to reflect the diverse management roles found in group practice.
Technology Partners, Inc. (dba IMAGINE Software) has led the way in developing and supporting automated medical business management solutions for 12 years with its flagship product, IMAGINEradiologyTM. A wide range of Microsoft-based office tools and features makes integration and conversion to IMAGINE easy.The IMAGINE Suite has been heralded for its ability to streamline billing/collections workflow, improve staff productivity and increase practice profitability with an unsurpassed billing engine and collections automation that reduces the lifecycle of claims. IMAGINE offers its own advanced document imaging technology, an Auto Coder feature, EOB Reader, and direct-to-payer claims submissions, as well as electronic remittance. The IMAGINE team offers highly acclaimed products and services that have revolutionized the way practices and billing offices do business. With the full support of its customers, leadership, and partners, TPI provides innovative products that expand to accommodate the changing needs of today's medical practices. The IMAGINE team offers highly acclaimed products and services that have revolutionized the way practices and billing offices do business. With the full support of its customers, leadership, and partners, TPI provides innovative products that expand to accommodate the changing needs of today's medical practices.
HBMA members typically provide services to specialty physician groups and primary care practices. Founded in 1993, the Healthcare Billing & Management Association (HBMA) is the only trade association representing third-party medical billers. HBMA members process physician and other provider claims integral to the health care delivery system. They not only bill for medical services, but also frequently perform all of the physician's administrative functions. Three out of the four HBMA members are expanding their business to include accounts receivable management, consulting and practice management services.
Constant changes in Medicare, Medicaid, private health insurance legislation and regulations make it essential for third-party billers to maintain a presence in Washington, D.C. The HBMA was created to work with and educate Congress and the Administration on issues affecting third-party billers.
HBMA medical billers typically provide services to specialty physician groups and primary care practices and process Medicare, Medicaid, and private health insurance claims. The association is deeply involved in legislative and regulatory issues affecting physicians, Medicare, Medicaid and the managed care industry.