Primary Care Medical Billing Services

Integrated physician billing,practice management, and electronic health record service.

Customized Medical Billing Services for Family & Internal Medicine

Primary care involves the widest scope in healthcare, including patients of all ages, socioeconomic groups as well as services provided. Physicians provide care for patients with all types of acute and chronic physical, mental and social health issues, including multiple chronic diseases. As a result, a primary care practitioner must possess a wide breadth of knowledge in a multitude of areas. Whether the physician is administering vaccinations, reporting E/M services, treating a cold or providing smoking cessation education, you need to be well-versed in billing virtually any condition.

Nearly 40% of the PGM's clients offer primary care services. PGM is highly experienced in both internal medicine billing and family medicine billing. From single practitioner, rural health facilities to large, multi-practitioner groups, PGM will work with your practice to identify problem areas such as the correct use of modifiers, and educate your practice on best-in-class medical billing practices and procedures. Our team of certified medical coders are deeply familiar with current reimbursement methodologies including capitation, IPAs and emerging ACOs. PGM will manage all aspects of your medical billing to help ensure you receive proper compensation for services provided.  

To learn more about internal and family medicine billing services, request a free demo or contact us for more information.

Need help with the transition to ICD-10? Check out our Primary Care ICD-9 to ICD-10 Crosswalk.

Case Study Brief



Legacy billing system incompatible with EHR

Limited financial reporting information

Poor customer service and limited service offering from existing vendor


PGM Billing


  • PGMonline provides full transparnecy and insight
  • Elimination of paper redundancies between EHR and billing
  • Average days in accounts receivable reduced by 45%
  • 16.5% increase in practice collections

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