Press Release (ePRNews.com) - PORTSMOUTH, N.H. - Feb 02, 2017 - ProEx, a physical therapist owned private practice specializing in orthopedics, spine and sports medicine announces that Jess Nichols of Epping, New Hampshire has been promoted to Supervisor of Benefit/Authorization of the Collectivity Division.
As such, Nichols will oversee the six-member Collectivity Division, established by ProEx to help other physical therapy practices by offering a personalized approach to billing and collecting.
Nichols has been a member of the ProEx family since 2010 when she joined the practice as an Exercise Technician in the Stratham, New Hampshire location. In short time, she moved to the Front Desk post where her efficiency and customer service skills excelled. In 2014 Nichols was promoted to the corporate office in Portsmouth as a member of a core team named to the Collectivity Division.
The division’s growth prompted Nichols’ promotion to Lead Benefit/Authorization Specialist in 2015; her most recent promotion to Supervisor speaks to the continued growth and success of the billing and consulting arm of ProEx.
“Jess’s knowledge, work ethic and initiative make her the perfect choice for this pivotal role within our Collectivity Division,” said Mike Severo, Chief Operations Officer of ProEx Physical Therapy.
About ProEx Physical Therapy
ProEx Physical Therapy was established in 2001 and has locations in Woburn, Springfield, Boston, Haverhill, Middleton, Amesbury, Salem, Beverly and North Andover, Arlington and Waltham, MA; ProEx has locations in Stratham, Somersworth and Epping, NH; and Farmington, CT. The company maintains corporate offices in Portsmouth, NH. The staff of sports medicine and orthopedic physical therapists treats patients of all ages from children to high-level athletes to geriatric patients. ProEx Physical Therapy is also the official Athletic Trainers to various sports organizations throughout New England. For additional information, please call 877-776-9843 or visit www.PROexPT.com
The Collectivity Division was established by ProEx to help other physical therapy practices by offering a personalized approach to billing and collecting. This allows Collectivity’s clients – physical therapy business owners throughout the country – to focus their attention on providing care for their patients and run the operations of their business while assured of being paid appropriately and in a timely manner.
The experts at Collectivity have developed systems and processes that enable them to work with virtually any Electronic Medical Record (EMR), allowing clients to choose an EMR that is a perfect fit for their practice while still being free to select between multiple billing companies.
For more information about ProEx Physical Therapy’s Collectivity Division, please visit www.collectivitybilling.com. Source :
ProEx Physical Therapy