Category Archives: Testimonials

Dr. Paul J. Pantano, DPM, Waltham, MA

“New England Accounts Receivable Management, Inc is an excellent, A+ organization whose services I have been gratefully and successfully utilizing for many years. Not only are the staff extremely pleasant, knowledgeable and helpful, but they are successful in extracting nearly every penny owed to me for my professional services. They are always available to promptly… Continue Reading →

Dr. Gopal, Northshore Medical and Rahab, LLC

“New England Accounts Receivable Management is unique from other billing companies. They provide us with instant, real-time communications regarding patient accounts receivable information, keep us alerted to possible billing issues and changes in billing guidelines, and their well-versed staff quickly respond to any questions or concerns we may have. Information exchange is seamless and our… Continue Reading →

S. Koelbel, M.D., Weymouth, MA

“New England Accounts Receivable Management has been my billing company for the past 15 years because they are approachable, responsive and knowledgeable about billing claims. They are well connected with all insurance payers and pursue each claim until it is properly resolved.”

David Blaustein, M.D., Weymouth, MA

“Diane DeSantis and her associates at New England Accounts Receivable Management made an outstanding effort to acquaint themselves with our practice speciality and tailored their services to maximize our reimbursements. They are extremely responsive to any billing question or problem, have provided invaluable help on the billing processing for EMG services, and educated us on… Continue Reading →

Paul J. Pantano, M.D., Waltham, MA

“I would just like to offer you my sincere thanks and appreciation of your impressive and superior services over the past few years. As you know, I had been doing all my billing ‘in house’ for years, which was time consuming, often ineffective and aggravating. However, since I have outsourced my medical billing and control… Continue Reading →