AMPS can save an estimated $200,000 per 100 employees per year off your current medical spend.

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Did you know, AMPS utilizes licensed, experienced physicians to perform all facility claim reviews?

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Multi-Point Data Analysis. Each line item referenced against Medicare and other data points for price discrepancy analysis.

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AMPS direct contracts with providers to create Client Specific Provider Access.

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Ditch your PPO network for AMPS’ Reference Based Reimbursement (RBR) program.  Our RBR Clients have increased Plan savings on average by $200,000 per 100 employees per year over their PPO.

Compare the effectiveness of your groups’ PPO discount to AMPS Medical Bill Review (MBR) service. AMPS Medical Directors perform line-by-line facility claim reviews to ensure accurate and reasonable pricing. AMPS adjustments generate reductions of over 60% off medical facility bills.

Increase your Plan savings through AMPS Direct Provider Contracting.  We can add critical providers to your benefits program and significantly decrease your Plan medical spend and member out-of-pocket costs.

Choose the Out of Network (OON) medical bill repricing program that will meet your Plan’s needs.  AMPS offers multiple solutions to drive significant savings on OON bills, including direct negotiations and reference based repricing.  Our RBR service is generating over 60% savings on OON medical bills.


SIAA Self-Insured Health Plan
Executive Forum

JW Marriot Tucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa
3800 W Starr Pass Blvd
Tucson, AZ 85745
March 28 – 29

SIAA National Conference & Expo
JW Marriot Desert Ridge Resort & Spa
5350 E Marriot Dr
Phoenix, AZ 85054
October 8-10


A study published in The New England Journal of Medicine last month found that many patients around the nation were being hit with big out-of-network bills even though they had taken care to go to hospitals that their insurers considered in-network…

When people go to the emergency room, they are often stunned to discover that doctors who treated them are not employed by the hospital and bill their insurance company separately…

A Utah dad counted his blessings when his son Samuel was born Sept. 4, but when he got the hospital bill weeks later, he saw a charge he hadn’t banked on — $40 to briefly snuggle his newborn in the delivery room…