CDO Squared Joins American Ambulance Association

CDO Squared Joins American Ambulance Association

Press Release Feb 02, 2016

Schaumburg, February 2, 2016—CDO Squared, a leader in revenue cycle management for the healthcare industry, has recently become a member of the American Ambulance Association (AAA), an association representing hundreds of ambulance services across the United States that participate in emergency and nonemergency care and medical transportation.

AAA serves as a voice and clearinghouse for ambulance services, and views prehospital care not only as a public service, but also as an essential part of the total public healthcare system.

Through its membership in AAA, CDO Squared will be able to gain valuable insight into the revenue challenges facing today’s ambulance services.

“With the complexity of the Affordable Care Act and every changing compliance issues, ambulance companies are under pressure to make a profit. Through our membership in AAA, CDO Squared will be able to provide its fellow members expert analysis of the challenges that ambulance companies face in collecting the revenue they are owed,” says William Stuckert, president and CEO of CDO Squared. “We are proud to be part of an association dedicated to excellence in the ambulance services industry.”.

About CDO Squared

CDO Squared has been helping healthcare businesses run more profitably for over two decades. Through proven financial technology and innovative workflow tracking, CDO Squared provides the medical industry advanced software and tools for analytics, visualization and financial management along with the industry experience of seasoned revenue cycle management professionals. Media inquires can be directed to Vice President of Marketing Don Johnson at donjohnson@CDOSquared.com

About the American Ambulance Association

The American Ambulance Association represents ambulance services across the United States that participate in serving more than 75% of the U.S. population with emergency and nonemergency care and medical transportation. The AAA was formed in response to the need for improvements in medical transportation and emergency medical services. AAA views prehospital care not only as a public service, but also as an essential part of the total public health care system. Media inquiries can be directed to Executive Vice President Maria Bianchi at mbianchi@the-aaa.org or 800/523-4447.

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