Are Your Patients Frustrated With Their Lab Bills?

One of the biggest gripes patients have with their doctors is the large out of network bills they receive for their lab services. In the average physicians office as much as 40% of laboratory billing occurs out of network.  In the state of New York it can be as high as 90%. This leaves patients  […]

Increase The Value Of Your Practice With Ancillary Services

Whether you are looking to increase profitability or have retirement on your radar, there are effective ways to increase the value of your practice. Ancillary Medical Solutions has a variety of products and services that can enhance your practice and profitability. Many physicians constantly struggle with practice challenges from reimbursement changes, staffing and time management.  […]

How Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) Testing can increase your practice profits

Autonomic nervous system testing is used to document diabetic autonomic failure. Diabetic autonomic failure is defined as impaired function of the peripheral autonomic nervous system and can be divided into two categories: 1) autonomic neuropathy, in which there is a structural lesion of the peripheral autonomic neuron and 2) functional autonomic failure, in which no  […]

3 Reasons Your Patients and Practice Can Benefit from Allergy Testing

At AMS we are always coming up with the best ways that you as a Physician can increase your patient care and greatly increase your monthly revenue. And one great way to do that is to offer your patients our Allergy Immunotherapy Ancillary Solution. Allergies are the result of a chain reaction that starts in  […]

How Ancillary Services Like “Critical Care Assessment” Are Helping Private Practice

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Critical Care Assessment is a “non-invasive, fully automated computer-based system that provides Heart Rate Variability (HRV), blood pressure analysis and Pulse Wave Velocity (PWV) analysis for a quantitative assessment of the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) and Autonomic Balance (sympathetic and parasympathetic).” This system has recently been upgraded to include the option to offer a separate  […]

How Ancillary Services Like Toxicology Point of Care and Toxicology Confirmation Testing Are Helping Private Practice

In the United States, we have such a wide and varied population that represents every genetic disease and covers every health problem the rest of the world sees combined. From diseases like sickle cell mainly seen in regions like Africa to various genetic disease seen in groups like the Ashkenazi Jews, even portions of our  […]

How Ancillary Services Like In Network Lab Are Helping Private Practice

Independent practices are being pressured more and more every day to look at adding services, not only to keep their patients satisfied but also to bring more revenue back into their clinic. Most of you have recognized the push to incorporate solutions like the Annual Wellness Visit or solutions revolving around mental health and disease.  […]

Are Your Patients Frustrated With Their Lab Bills?

One of the biggest gripes patients have with their doctors is the large out of network bills they receive for their lab services. In the average physicians office as much as 40% of laboratory billing occurs out of network.  In the state of New York it can be as high as 90%. This leaves patients  […]

How services like Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Pellet Therapy are making patients more loyal

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How services like Bio When significant health concerns arose for those patients using synthetic hormone replacement therapy, millions stopped taking them. Patients and physicians alike began to search for alternatives. Countless women and men have now made the switch to Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT). Bio-Identical hormones are specifically compounded to identically match what your  […]

How In-House Lab can increase your practice’s profits

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Blog 08172015 In House Lab Can Increase Profits Many clinics, providers, and clinical managers have either tried their hand at running their own lab within their practice versus sending samples out. If you have, you know how hard it can be. You usually have to do a lot of the leg-work on your own at  […]