Solutions to help Fire and EMS strengthen financial health to better serve the community

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In an era of shrinking tax revenues and reduced Medicare reimbursements, government fire and Emergency Medical Service (EMS) agencies need new ways to streamline operations and grow revenue. McKesson Business Performance Services (BPS) is an industry leader in medical billing for fire departments and EMS services, delivering a range of solutions that help providers reduce costs and improve productivity.

Revenue Cycle Management

We offer billing and coding services designed to help you optimize revenue and improve accounts receivables performance. 

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Transport Services Solution

Our web-based, transport services system helps your organization improve the scheduling and management of ambulance transports, allowing you to deliver higher levels of service to the medical facilities you support.

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Online Reports

To gain insight into financial and operational performance, fire departments and EMS providers increasingly rely on just-in-time access to key data about the types and location of calls, as well as status of accounts receivables. With WebPortal, you can use any web-enabled device to securely access a wide range of standard and customized reports, giving you the information you need when you need it.

Supplementary reimbursement programs

Where applicable, we help EMS providers establish supplemental billing programs, allowing you to defray some transport costs associated with providing services to Medicaid beneficiaries and the uninsured.


  • Testimonial - Cincinnati Fire Department

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      McKesson helps department boost collections by 40%

      “I think the McKesson team has been spectacular. We’ve changed our system from top to bottom, and they’ve been with us each step of the way. They’re a quality contractor that’s really been responsive to our needs, and the presence of their in-house representative has been more than I thought or hoped it could be. I couldn’t be happier.”
      Alan Sedam, EMS commander, Cincinnati Fire Department