EMS Revenue Maximization Project
Times are challenging with budget cuts and funding issues for EMS services. That is why the Kansas EMS Association (KEMSA) has invested time and money into looking for federal funds that we can utilize to help not only a few EMS services in Kansas, but as many as possible. This is not Medicaid Expansion. KEMSA, in collaboration with Medicaid reimbursement experts from Public Consulting Group (PCG), is conducting a feasibility study for this EMS revenue maximization initiative for Kansas’ ambulance services.
But, we need your help! In order to determine the best approach, it is essential to obtain relevant transport and billing data from the provider community. Your support is critical, as the approach selected to most effectively solve Kansas’ unique EMS needs will depend on the accuracy and completeness of the data received from providers like you.
You can download a copy of the data request here for your convenience. Instructions on how to enter your data are included on the data request form. This is the same survey that some Kansas ambulance services have completed through a web link; but to make sure that all Kansas EMS agencies have gotten the survey we are providing it so that you can simply complete the document and email it to us at KSEMS@pcgus.com.
Please note that you will need to provide data for TWO state fiscal years – 2014 & 2015. If you utilize an outside billing service many of them are aware of this survey and are prepared to assist you with completing the survey.
The deadline for submitting your data request was October 1, 2016. Please get your data in asap! If you have any questions, please contact PCG at KSEMS@pcgus.com.
For complete detail on this request or to learn more about this project, check out the KEMSA website page at http://kemsa.org/ems-funding-project.
KEMSA is a professional membership organization and does not regulate the EMS profession in Kansas.
KEMSA is proud that we have members in all 6 regions in Kansas with members located in 90 of the 105 counties in Kansas and five other states. About 85% of the services in Kansas have a service membership with KEMSA. KEMSA has more than 100 active service memberships, which represents more than 5,000 certified EMS attendants working within Kansas EMS agencies, and more than 1,500 active individual memberships.