Outsourced Medical Coding Platform Launched by Transnational

Press Release

TransNational Business Solutions LLC, headquartered in New York, NY has announced the launch of their Outsourced Medical Coding program which will supply certified medical coding professionals to hospitals and healthcare organizations throughout the Nation.

New York, NY, July 25, 2015 –(– The TBS automated platform has successfully recruited hundreds of certified medical coding professionals interested in providing remote coding services to the healthcare organizations TBS contracts with. Any coding professional recruited into the program will be fully vetted through skills testing and validation of certification through a third party before they are offered any work assignments. Remote Medical Coding Outsourcing has become increasingly more popular as the healthcare industry struggles to prepare for the transition to ICD-10 coding which goes into effect on October 1 of this year.


“Once ICD 10 goes into effect, hospitals and physician practices will need to have a source that allows them the flexibility to add coding professionals when needed without having to go through the hiring and training process. Not having the ability to immediately address production issues of the coding process will quickly impact the revenue of that organization. This could have a significant effect on their ability to address the healthcare needs of their patients,” states Dr. Charles Aswad, the Director of the Healthcare Division of Transnational.



The supply of the medical coding professionals is being managed by TBS Medical Billing which is a subsidiary of Transnational that offers numerous services related to revenue cycle management in healthcare. TBS has partnered with Work Market which is a leading freelance management platform to setup this program that has quickly become a growing staffing supplier of certified coders. The automated platform allows TBS to solicit talent geographically and then once on-boarded have the ability to search the profiles of all coders to find the most qualified to fit the particular coding needs of the healthcare organization seeking added staffing.

TBS then assigns the work to the most qualified candidates, manages and audits their performance to assure the highest degree of success in order to fulfill the submissions for payment from the payers responsible for claims. “Adding additional coders through outsourcing not only makes sense financially but it fills the staffing voids immediately when needed to suppress any potential revenue shortfalls caused by production setbacks in the coding process,: states Tim Kirsch who manages the operations for TBS Medical Billing. A complete listing of the services available can be found on our website.




About Transnational Business Solutions, LLC –

TransNational Business Solutions is a Senior Advisory and Operational Consulting firm offering innovative and disruptive solutions for business excellence. With offices in Manhattan, Albany and New Delhi, their focus is on process improvement, revenue cycle enhancement, clinical trial management, medical service line development, and corporate relationship management. The management team for the TBS Outsourced Medical Billing has deep domain experience in working on medical billing services with healthcare organizations across the United States for the past 25 years plus. Our capability sourcing service in the healthcare domain specifically focuses on US healthcare services covering the entire spectrum of the payer as well as the provider service. We engage high quality qualified and experienced resources, certified by various schools, such as the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) and American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).

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Transnational Business Solutions, LLC
Tim Kirsch

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