Tempe, AZ—What happens if an individual is injured in an accident, but does not have health insurance? Where do they go for treatment, and how will they ever tackle all of the out-of-pocket costs for their medical needs? Midwest Medical Services, LLC is a medical lien finance company that offers medical services through a list of providers and will work with clients until their personal injury case has settled. Jay A. Bansal has connections with MRI facilities, primary care doctors, physical therapists, chiropractors, pain management doctors, orthopedic surgeons, neurosurgeons and surgery centers.
Midwest Medical Services, LLC has funded claims for patients throughout the United States. Jay Ankur Bansalensures that Midwest Medical Services partner patients with choice physicians and healthcare providers that will tend to their personal medical needs, providing the highest quality of care with no out of pocket costs to the injured victim. When patients are suffering, the last thing they want to worry about is how they are going to find quality health care providers and how they are going to pay for treatment. Midwest Medical Services wants clients to be treated promptly.
In many states, the statute of limitations for personal injury claims is two years. Many individuals wait too long to file their claim because they are worried about the cost of medical care. Don’t wait until it’s too late! You deserve to be treated now, and Jay A. Bansal and Midwest Medical Services has the answers, the direction and the guidance you need.
For the past 15 years, former attorney, Jay Ankur Bansal has made an indelible mark on the business world. From owning gas station convenience stores, real estate, hotel and apartment projects, medical-legal funding, and medical software companies, Jay A. Bansal is a steadfast, loyal entrepreneur.
Jay Bansal brings a wealth of knowledge to the company in many aspects, especially when it comes to legal issues. Jay has implemented many measures into Midwest Medical Services protocols and processes, and many other legalities for the company as a whole internally and externally from the start-up phase.
Jay Bansal grew up in the Tempe/Phoenix area and is proud to give back. Jay has been married to Rajani Bansal for 25 years, and together they have three children. Jay and Rajani are grateful to be able to take part in entrepreneurial partnerships as well as in supporting and promoting worthy causes in their community.
For the past 15 years, former attorney, Jay Ankur Bansal has made an indelible mark on the business world. From owning gas station convenience stores, real estate, hotel and apartment projects, medical-legal funding companies, and medical software companies, Jay Bansal is a steadfast, loyal entrepreneur.
Jay Bansal has been involved with several cutting-edge start-up medical software companies, one in particular, iMed Transport, of which he is the current CFO. iMed Transport is an automated, cloud-based software system designed to simplify the medical transportation process. iMed helps link healthcare providers with ambulance providers to optimize operations for healthcare, medical transportation, and patient care. Any mobile device or desktop can safely and conveniently access iMed Transport. Users now can quickly request transportation services and electronically submit documentation using a simple form via a secure connection. The software provides notifications and live tracking to all parties involved from checking transportation status, location, and patient information.
iMed’s benefits are numerous for healthcare providers, patients and ambulance personnel such as increasing efficiency and outcomes from shortened discharge times and reduced patient wait times. iMed also simplifies and automates the call-taking process, which reduces errors, eliminates paperwork, treatment delays, improves revenue cycles with precise patient and insurance information as well as enhances vehicle utilization and reduces dispatcher workloads.
A prime example of iMed’s proficiency is if a patient is having a stroke, the hospital is aware that they’re coming and will be better prepared to give the authority to administer critical drugs like tPA (clot-busting medication) and have a neurological team ready to treat the patient immediately upon arrival.
Jay Bansal brings a wealth of knowledge to the company in many aspects, especially when it comes to legal issues. Jay has implemented many measures into the iMed’s protocols and processes. For example, adhering to strict HIPAA compliance standards for patient privacy, creating safeguards to reduce human error or fraud, and many other legalities for the company as a whole internally and externally has been one of his significant projects from the start-up phase.
Jay Bansal grew up in the Tempe/Phoenix area and is proud to give back to his state and local communities. He’s been extremely active in the Indo-American Cultural and Religious Foundation of Arizona and donates to worthy causes that he can stand behind and support with honor. Jay has been married to Rajani Bansal for 25 years, and together they are grateful to be able to take part in entrepreneurial partnerships as well as in supporting and promoting roles for their communities.