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I wanted to share how pleased we were with the Coding Audit and the follow-up that Janine Mothershed provided. Her professionalism is appreciated. Please feel free to use us as a reference in the future.
John Blumenstock Compliance Officer , PHI Air Medical, L.L.C.
We partner with TCN for third party coding and compliance audits. As we engage in an audit with TCN on behalf of our clients, we know we are receiving a compilation of the best expertise in the country. TCN is responsive, professional, and highly recommended as a coding and compliance partner.
Jeff McGowan, Controller , Pollux Systems, Inc
I want to, first of all, let you know that we have been very pleased with the coding services that Jeremy has been providing for Neurosurgery services We have been impressed with the turnaround time as well.
Lane A. Beasley, MS, FACMPE, Senior Clinical Administrator, Texas Tech University, Health Sciences Center, School of Medicine, Department of Surgery Lubbock, Texas