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Coronis Health
Coronis Health is a group of revenue cycle companies strategically brought together each with their own unique specialty expertise and experience. We started with the idea that no multi-specialty RCM company is an expert in every specialty. It became Coronis Health's mission to seek out companies with deep experience and success in a specific specialty to join the Coronis family. The result – a new kind of RCM company with teams of experts in over 16 specialties. Coronis Health is built on the foundation of pure performance, transparency and specialization. With over 30 years of experience in healthcare RCM, we've seen it all. We understand the stress and challenges that come with managing your billing and collections process. Most importantly the time it takes away from the reason you became a doctor. Because Coronis takes on the administrative and staffing burden of managing your revenue cycle in house, our clients often see an increase in collections and a decrease in the amount of time it takes to get paid.
Hospital/Healthcare
1000+ employees
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
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Media Works
Media Works is an integrated marketing agency with specialized capabilities in media research, planning and buying. Clients coast to coast count on us to make their messages work harder and smarter across all media: broadcast, digital, social, cable, direct response and any other channel that will deliver the right message to the right consumer at the right time. We’ve become one of the Mid-Atlantic region’s largest and most respected media marketing agencies because we believe that every dollar spent should produce results. Founded in 1989 and headquartered in Baltimore, MD, Media Works also has offices in Charlotte, NC and Phoenix, AZ. A Woman-owned, certified MBE firm, Media Works is proud member of the 4A’s and was recently recognized as one of Baltimore’s top Women-Owned Businesses and one of Baltimore’s Most Social Companies. We work with clients in a variety of ways: Directly: We work with many clients directly to maximize the way their marketing budgets are spent. And, if they have an in-house creative team or a creative agency, we step in to handle the media. Partnering with Creative Agencies: We complement the talents of creative agencies to offer account and/or media services. We’ll handle the media while they handle the messaging! Outsourcing: If a client has a media team that is overloaded or recently won a piece of new business, but can’t ramp up fast enough, tap into our team of media specialists to complete your media project on time and on budget.
Marketing
50 - 250 employees
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
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Health Care for the Homeless
Health Care for the Homeless pieces together over 40 public and private funding sources to provide comprehensive services to homeless people. We depend upon private contributions to cover a substantial portion of our annual budget. With help from our individual supporters, we provided comprehensive services to over 8,500 men, women and children last year. Your contribution goes a long way. Resources obtained through private donations helps meet a range of needs including much needed medication, medical supplies, transportation, clothing, food, and emergency care for people with disabilities.
Hospital/Healthcare
250 - 500 employees
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
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