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November 20, 2012

Report reveals many billing complaints for NH provider

The report found that several of the company's practices have upset patients

By Ted Siefer
The Union Leader

MANCHESTER, N.H. — A long-awaited report on the city's emergency ambulance provider, American Medical Response, finds little evidence of overbilling but confirms many of the complaints lodged against the company over the past year.

The report, presented to the Committee on Accounts, Enrollment and Revenue Administration Monday by Auditor Kevin Buckley, describes several practices that have upset patients and aldermen, but that are not violations of its contract with the city Fire Department.

Full story: Report reveals many billing complaints for NH provider

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Alan Yates Alan Yates Wednesday, November 21, 2012 1:36:55 PM Classic case of New Hampshire's "I gotta control EVERYTHING" attitude. Good service or bad if the aldermen and citizens can't micro-manage every facet of AMR's activities then AMR will get the boot. My suggestion to AMR? If they don't like your service, LEAVE. Let them do the scrambling to find other coverage since they know how to do it so well.

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