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April 16, 2015
Reference Based Reimbursement / Cost Plus. What is required to do it right!

Reference Based Reimbursement / Cost Plus. What is required to do it right!

by Mike Dendy, MBA, MHA I first entered the business of employer self-funding of healthcare plans in 1992. At the time, self-funding (or partial self funding) […]
April 6, 2015
Employers, Cover Your Assets: Increasing Healthcare Contributions Leave You at Risk

Employers, Cover Your Assets: Increasing Healthcare Contributions Leave You at Risk

Employee healthcare contributions have, over time, gone from a no-big-deal 5% contribution 25 years ago to a now-I’m-questioning-my-career-choice 30%. Back then the employer was nearly off […]
March 25, 2015
6 reasons why AMPS is the leader in price transparency

6 reasons why AMPS is the leader in price transparency

AMPS is your expert Each and every medical bill is audited by our team of BS-calling board certified physicians, not nurses or claims management interns. Using […]
December 15, 2014
AMPS Acquires Claims Delegate Services

AMPS Acquires Claims Delegate Services

Advanced Medical Pricing Solutions (AMPS) announced their acquisition of Claims Delegate Services (CDS), Inc. “We are pleased to report our acquisition of CDS which was completed […]
November 13, 2014
AMPS CEO Mike Dendy Awarded 2014 Professional Achievement Award by Georgia State University Institute of Health Administration

AMPS CEO Mike Dendy Awarded 2014 Professional Achievement Award by Georgia State University Institute of Health Administration

Advanced Medical Pricing Solutions (“AMPS”), a healthcare cost management company serving the self-funded (ERISA) payer community, today announced that its CEO and president Mike Dendy received […]
December 13, 2013
Hospital Billing, Errors and Overcharges; The Problem and Solution

Hospital Billing, Errors and Overcharges; The Problem and Solution

Hospital costs represent approximately 40% of all healthcare expenditures by employer group plans. Hospitals do not provide what anyone would consider a normal invoice for their […]