Medical Reimbursements of America (MRA) welcomes seasoned revenue cycle management executive, Pam Wilbur, to its business development team. MRA is a long-standing leader in specialty reimbursement services for hospital revenue cycle departments and has shaped the motor vehicle and work comp reimbursement industries, having managed more than 10 million medical claims with the Property and Casualty insurers since the company’s inception in 1999. Pam Wilbur brings more than 20 years of experience helping to shape revenue cycle solutions for hospitals, health systems, physician practices and ACOs.

“Pam’s vast experience and reputation for collaboration and innovation are stellar,” noted MRA Chief Development Officer, Michael Ford. “Her energy and leadership are a welcomed addition to our business development team.”

Wilbur has built a career on bringing innovative solutions to hospital and healthcare providers. Her revenue cycle experience is expansive and spans Patient Access, Denial Management, Contract Management, and Self-Pay solutions, with a primary focus on helping hospitals solve problems and address important initiatives within their organization.

“My experience has allowed me to bring a consultative approach to my customers and prospects,” said Wilbur. “Aligning with industry advocates such as MRA and its sister company, BLS, allows me to bring important, trusted comprehensive solutions to the customers I have built relationships with throughout my career. I am excited to find a place where I can make a difference, both internally and with my customers.”

MRA’s Peer Reviewed by HFMA® solutions are a result of nearly 19 years of focus on specialty reimbursement niches, particularly in the area of accident-related medical claims. MRA’s proprietary platform, AcciClaim™, enables an expert team of more than 250 specialists to manage the coordination of benefits and related billing processes to deliver improved financial performance, increased patient satisfaction, and enhanced billing compliance to leading health systems nationwide.

Wilbur, who lives in Cold Spring, Minnesota, will continue to foster relationships with hospitals and health systems across the mid-West. She will collaborate in that region with MRA’s Veronica Modricker, who is planning retirement in 2018. Pam is CRCR certified through the Hospital Financial Management Association (HFMA) and is actively involved in a variety of industry associations including HFMA, AAHAM, MGMA, and ACMA. In addition, she speaks nationally on a variety of topics that help propel efficiency and outcomes in revenue cycle and patient experience.

About MRA
Medical Reimbursements of America (MRA) provides specialty reimbursement solutions that identify and recover additional revenue for hospitals and health systems nationwide. MRA’s AcciClaim™ solution, led by the industry’s leading team of specialized attorneys, revenue cycle experts and account resolution specialists, delivers improved revenue, increased patient satisfaction, and enhanced billing compliance from complex claims related to motor vehicle accidents and workers’ compensation injuries. Founded in 1999 and based in Franklin, Tennessee, MRA proudly serves as a definitive source for specialty reimbursement services for more than 500 hospitals and health systems nationwide. For more information, please visit www.mraresults.com.