Healthcare Consulting Attorneys

For more than a century, Russell Friedman & Associates has played a vital role in the field of healthcare consulting. Dedicated to creating innovative solutions for our clients, we have come to be known as one of New York’s premier law firms for Healthcare consulting in relation to no fault insurance. Our services include:

  • Compliance consulting
  • Operations consulting
  • Portfolio analysis
  • Up to the minute regulatory change and analysis
  • Examinations under oath

Why Our Hospital Consulting Services Work

In recent years, we’ve seen significant changes in the healthcare and no fault areas of law. Through these changes, we have been able to ensure that our clients’ rights remain protected with every passing trend. Under our guidance, professionals in the healthcare industry can successfully collect the money due to them for the treatment rendered to their patients.

We are now proud to offer additional healthcare consulting services, which include:

  • In depth educational seminars
  • Revenue cycle consultations
  • Billing practice protocols
  • Intake processes

Today, we are recognized as leaders in the movement to arm hospitals with the tools needed to combat non-paying, no fault insurance carriers and to obtain optimal results in the collection process. We utilize one-of-a-kind proprietary software that allows us the capacity to service the high volume of claims associated with hospitals throughout New York State and New Jersey. For more information, contact us at (516) 714-5975.

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At Russell Friedman & Associates, we represent our clients with honesty and integrity throughout the professional consulting relationship. Hospitals small and large have benefited from our innovative strategies, unique software, and creative solutions. With more than 100 years of experience to our name, our New York attorneys are well-known and highly respected among elite legal and healthcare professionals.

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