‘Millennials overtake Baby Boomers as America’s largest generation,’ read the headline that rocked the world via the Pew Research Center on April 25, 2016. Since then, said world seems to have scarcely been the same. Every big box company from AT&T to Target to Zantac...

This month marks the 71st anniversary of “Cry the Beloved Country” by Alan Paton. I remember this book and the discussions from college. Ironically, I saw this book again this month in a hotel breakfast lounge. One of the concepts I learned from this book...

Whether you are a new or seasoned Medicare provider, initial Medicare enrollment and maintenance are of the utmost importance to your practice. A proactive approach to Medicare enrollment assures compliance with requirements and ultimately, timely payment for services. All new providers and practices who would like...

We are starting off 2019 with a chance for you all to get to know our CEO, Dan Moore, better with a Q&A!   What was your initial goal in starting RBS? I saw this industry driven by everyone but the doctor/patient.  Payers, corporations, and even technology were...

More and more commercial plans, particularly Medicare Advantage plans, require authorizations for radiation therapy.  According to CMS, in 2017 one-third of all Medicare recipients were enrolled in a Medicare Advantage Plan. Depending on your market, your volume could be even higher. These plans almost all...

I’ve shared our mission here before: To reduce financial anxiety for patients and physicians, so that they can focus on improving health.It’s more than a motto on a brochure to us. It’s not just what we do or how we do it, it’s who we are. We...

Last year, several of our team members took part in a climb to the base camp of Mt. Everest with Radiating Hope, a non-profit organization that brings radiation equipment to developing countries.   Heath Bonsall, our Director of Dosimetry Services, was asked to return to Nepal this year to help with...

As you likely know, the CMS FINAL RULE 2019 has been published.  As always, there is much hype and fanfare that seem to come along each July with the Proposed CMS Rules and each November with the Final CMS Rules.  Although the largely publicized proposal...

From a single residential contractor, to a large commercial union shop, and even retiring from John Deere, my family have been electricians for over 100 years.  Recently we were discussing career options for my son when my dad blurted out, “I would rather push wires...

Last month, we celebrated the grand opening of our newest cancer center, Northeastern Oklahoma Cancer Institute in Claremore, Oklahoma. One of our first patients, a 38-year old woman named Ashley, shared her personal journey with breast cancer.   I was so impressed with her candor, her strength and...