Our Mission


Our Vision


Our Location

To provide medical accounts receivable management and services to our clients that maximize their profitability consistent with our core business values. Our clients long term success is mission critical to the success of USMD as it’s revenue cycle partner.

To partner with clients and providers to lend our expertise to meet their specific needs at the various stages of growth and maturity for their businesses.

Our main office is located in Seattle Washington with regional representatives in various states. Your account has an assigned manager(s) with a US based team answering your patient’s calls.

Our History

Kimberly Marney, with years of combined experience as Director of Operations for Sound Management and Billing then Director of NW Regional Operations for Medigain started USMD Billing & Management Services Inc. blending the best of each business model. Through embracing technology, recruiting experienced staff, a dedication to training with continued education and chasing details to ensure maximum reimbursement.

In the healthcare industry whether it’s a solo specialist, multi disciplinary group, Durable Medical Supply Company, ASC or Concierge Program Kimberly’s core value of customer service first is ingrained in our company culture. USMD’s client retention rate is over 96% with the average years of employment for all staff is 7 years contributing to an 18-20% growth annually in gross income. USMD’s continued investments is demonstrating successes within the company and to their clients.
Share your story and challenges with us so we can target our resources, working together to improve your overall insurance and patient collections.

Our Team

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Kimberly Marney

Chief Executive Officer & Owner

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Supervisor Account Managers

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Kristine Brown

Director of Operations

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Theresa Utecht

Director of Business Development


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