Medical Data Management Corporation

Four Decades of Delivering Revenue Cycle Management Solutions

Since 1972, Medical Data Management has been at the forefront of outsourced Revenue Cycle Management solutions for healthcare providers. Many people like to think of it simply as medical billing. At MDM we prefer Revenue Cycle Management because we focus on the business of helping manage cash flow and accounts receivable.

As your business partner, MDM will work hard to provide the best level of billing services and electronic claims submission available to your practice.

  • Seamlessly and efficiently transition your billing to MDM to prevent any disruption in cash flow.
  • Eliminate the frustration in preparing, submitting, tracking and adjudicating medical insurance claims. Due to the high of cost of maintaining these services in-house, outsourcing has become the most effective way to manage your cash flow.
  • Maximize your revenue by professionally managing your accounts receivable.
  • Free up resources for additional patient care.

As one of the oldest outsourced medical billing companies in Michigan, Medical Data Management has provided electronic medical billing solutions to more than a thousand health care professionals in Michigan over the years.

For additional information please contact or submit your question or comments on our Contact Us form.

In the News

Payers face higher rates due to provider billing fights, new survey finds


While billing is primarily believed to be a provider-payment issue, a new survey finds that complications are spilling over and affecting payers.

Patient billing collections has caused providers to negotiate for higher rates from insurers, according to a new survey conducted by HIMSS of providers and payers. The survey, sponsored by the billing management startup OODA Health, comes as Congress is pondering ways to tackle surprise billing.

The survey found 67% of the 39 hospitals and health systems queried use patient collections as a “justification for rate increases in payer negotiations, with 21% using it prominently,” according to a white paper on the results.


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