Intermedix Corporation provides technology-enabled solutions for America's health and safety net. Our solutions support planning, communication, command, and control to better connect healthcare providers, public health agencies, and emergency management personnel. We take pride in serving our clients with extensive industry expertise and exceptional technology to back it up.
Intermedix supports the full spectrum of revenue cycle management services with experienced staff, advanced technology, and detailed reporting. We specialize in solutions for emergency and non-emergency ground, air, and fire billing, and we use our deep industry experience to maximize our clients' revenue.
Fleeteyes is a market-leading fleet management solution that offers a complete set of tools for fast and efficient vehicle management. It seamlessly integrates with a variety of CAD systems and devices, including Garmin navigators and AVL-capable modems, to ensure real-time exchange of important information between dispatch systems and vehicle crews. Compatible with Google Maps, this application p...
I recently attended the ABC360 conference in Las Vegas and, unlike in other years, there was very little talk about dialysis transports. In fact, there was very little talk about non-emergency Basic Life Support (BLS) transports at all, and I loved it!
The trend for state legislatures to push for legislation releasing physicians from ABMS Maintenance of Certification (MOC) requirements for state licensing requirements continues. In fact, a year ago, April 2016, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin signed SB 1148 into law and the legislation became effective November 1, 2016.
According to the 2016 Medscape Lifestyle Report, burnout among U.S. physicians is at an all-time high. The survey defines burnout as a “loss of enthusiasm for work, feelings of cynicism and a low sense of personal accomplishment.”
Recently the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) published a final rule intended to strengthen the individual and small group health insurance exchanges established by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The final rule adopted most of the provisions of the proposed rule that was issued in February of this year.
The environment in an Emergency Department (ED) or its supporting offices can be stressful, involving patients, coworkers, other departments and vendors. Specifically, the communication between these entities can cause extreme strain; the typical telephone conversations and emails used in this environment lack the benefit of face-to-face discussions, leading to miscommunication and con...