We save you and your practice time and money by streamlining the billing process, expediting accounts receivable, reducing denial rates, and providing insightful reporting. We professionally administer medical billing, coding, and practice management functions so that you can focus on patient care.
To date, Claim Resolutions has collected tens of millions of dollars for physicians, facilities, and healthcare providers in behavioral health, family practice, cardiology and neurology. We have reduced claim rejection rates from 20+% to less than 1%, reduced reimbursement times from greater than 21 days to less than 7 days, and reduced physician staff phone time by more than 70%.
Kevin founded Claim Resolutions in 2009. After years witnessing physicians and healthcare providers struggling to get paid, Kevin formed Claim Resolutions as a means to save time and money for doctors so that they could focus on patient care. Kevin is actively engaged in a concerted nationwide effort to improve the lives of doctors, their staff members, and their patients.
Prior to founding Claim Resolutions, Kevin pursued a variety of financial market-related endeavors in New York. Kevin gained experience as a Licensed Stock Broker with Rockwell Asset Management (a division of Nations Financial and Archer Alexander). Not long after shifting gears into primary and secondary mortgage market, Kevin decided to change his focus and pursue his passions. He relocated to Salt Lake City in 2006 to pursue his dream of snowboarding the Wasatch Mountains.
Laura Williams, RN
Utilization Review Coordinator
Laura brings more than 30 years experience as a Critical Care Registered Nurse, as well as 5+ years of experience in Case Management and Utilization Review. At Good Samaritan Hospital, Laura was responsible for Utilization Management and Transition Planning, where she helped optimize clinical and financial outcomes for the patient and the hospital. At St Francis Hospital, she practiced as a Critical Care RN in the Cardiothoracic, Coronary, and Respiratory Intensive Care Units as well as the intermediate Critical Care Units.