Medical Business Services

Promoting Interoperability (formerly Meaningful Use)

The goals of Promoting Interoperability (PI) are to help medical professionals to achieve better patient care by using certified EHR. Our trainers can work with your clinic to help you realize these goals as well as help you avoid penalties. MMCS will also work with you as you track your progress.

EHR Implementation

MMCS has worked with many EHR's and has close relationships with many of them. We can help you with the task of picking the best EHR for you as well as help you implement the EHR.

PCMH Consulting

Our experienced consultant is a certified NCQA Patient Centered Medical Home Content Expert. Our certification results are from consulting, clinical experiences, and continued education including NCQA educational sessions and passing a comprehensive NCQA exam. As with all aspects of our consulting, we are committed to continuous learning and recertification to maintain the expert level and provide outstanding guidance to our clients. We are able to assist with pre-submission audits, staff education, and final submission of the PCMH Survey Tool, as well as renewals in subsequent years.


We evaluate the impact of the Medicare Payment Reform and Quality Payment Program (MACRA) and its subcomponents Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Alternative Payment Models (APMs) on our clients' individual practices. As the MACRA program continues to evolve and develop, our guidance will assist clients in avoiding penalties, pursing incentives and providing the best possible care to their patients. MMCS will also help our clients establish health information exchange capabilities and contacts with Alabama State Agencies to fulfill the required submissions as Agency capability expands to accept data.

NCQA Diabetes Recognition Program

MMCS provides guidance and information regarding measure requirements and documentation to help with NCQA submission. We offer assistance in many formats: in person, by phone and remote visits. We also provide prep tools to evaluate possible results, guidance with purchasing tools, assist in pulling patient data from EMR, review data prior to submission, and assist in final submission to NCQA. Finally we also offer aid in the event of an NCQA audit if you should happen to be audited. Assistance can also be customized to an individual practice's needs.

AAPC Certified Coding Instruction

Management & Medical Consulting Services offers coding education with certifications and CEU's attainment by the American Academy of Professional Coders. Our instructor is a Certified Coder with an additional Certification from AAPC enabling us to teach and certify other coders and provide Certified Coders CEU. We offer these coding and general education classes on location and at the Jefferson County Medical Society in Birmingham, AL. Courses currently certified for instruction are Coding Certification, Advanced Urology, E&M Coding, Anatomy and Physiology, Oncology, AMA Update for 2007.

ICD-10 Instruction and Certification

With ICD-10 approaching, it's important to prepare for this massive transition in the most efficient yet comprehensive way possible. MMCS provides training by certified trainers that will help you achieve this goal.

Privacy and Security Risk Analysis

MMCS will guide your healthcare organization through the security risk analysis and risk management process. MMCS has a mature process to help your clinic through its assessment.

EHR Workflow Redesign

Often times the hardest part of any EHR is getting the right workflow for your clinic. MMCS will look at your current workflow and make suggestions on ways that you can optimize your clinics workflow.

Get the key to your business success

Management & Medical Consulting Services is a provider of a broad range of professional medical services needed by physicians of many different specialties. Physicians practices of all sizes and of all specialties are faced with declining reimbursement, constantly changing coding parameters and increasing difficulties in collecting fees for the dedicated effort they put forth in caring for patients. Solo Practitioners are subjected to the same regulations, collecting problems, personnel issues and medical quality requirements that large multi-physician groups are but without the ability to share overhead expenses with other practitioners. The medical legal environment is becoming ever more complex and normal employee personnel issues provide continuous distractions for the small clinic practitioner.

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