MEDCOR Revenue Services, a leader in revenue cycle management services for primary care providers and community health centers (CHC), is proud to sponsor the WiFi internet at the Northwest Regional Primary Care Association (NWRPCA) and Community Health Association of Mountain/Plains States (CHAMPS) conference held in Seattle WA October 21st – 24th.

The 2017 NWRPCA/CHAMPS Fall Primary Care Conference, in partnership with Western Clinicians Network (WCN), is one of the nation’s largest annual gatherings of primary care providers and community health administrators. The conference includes four days of educational sessions, prominent keynote plenaries, and peer networking alongside representatives of more than 384 community health centers from 14 states.

The MEDCOR team will provide attendees the opportunity to do a quick revenue cycle assessment of their current billing needs. Stop by our booth for a free RCM assessment.



FREE WiFi at the 2017 Fall Primary Care Conference


MEDCOR Revenue Services understands that cash flow is the lifeblood of your business. We have over 700 physicians encompassing 25 different specialties relying on us for medical  billing services to help them improve their practice profitability and optimize their healthcare technology investments. We specialize in CHC medical and dental revenue cycle management, including Medicare, Medicaid and Medi-Cal. We process over 1 million claims per year and manage clients with 50 claims a day to over 1,500 claims a day. We are experts at splitting claims! Our team has expert knowledge and experience with various EMR/EHR software platforms including but not limited to Allscripts, eClinicalWorks, Epic, Kareo, MicroMD, NextGen, Dentrix and DentiMax.


“MEDCOR Revenue Services was the obvious choice in managing our full revenue cycle management,” said James Cook, Founder & CEO of Antelope Valley Community Clinic. “They understand the uniqueness of FQHC billing and are the premier FQHC revenue cycle management services provider in California with over 30 clinics engaged.”


“Thank you for the excellent service over the last couple of years,” said Bruce Van Vranken, MD in Mission Viejo, CA

The Northwest Regional Primary Care Association (NWRPCA) serves community and migrant health centers (C/MHCs) in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington (federal Region X). NWRPCA offers a range of programs and services to support and strengthen C/MHCs in the Northwest. Programs include business intelligence for Region X (BIX), community health improvement, education & training, member services, partnerships and workforce development. They work to ensure equal access, regardless of one’s financial or insurance status, to primary and preventive health care for all residents living in the region.


The Community Health Association of Mountain/Plains States (CHAMPS) is a membership association of community, migrant and homeless health centers (CHCs) in Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming. CHAMPS united Region VIII health centers in an advocacy and mutual support network of these community-based providers of primary care and related services for underserved communities in the Mountain and Plains states. Programs and services include the NWRPCA/CHAMPS fall primary care conference, training events, live and archived webcasts, project ECHO learning communities and CHAMPS educational resources.

The Western Clinicians Network (WCN) is a peer-led, volunteer, professional association of medical and dental leaders of community health centers in the Western States. WCN was created to facilitate the convening and provision of training and technical assistance to the medical directors and other clinical leaders of federally funded community health centers in Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, and the Pacific Islands (Region IX of the Bureau of Primary Health Care).