The Association for Medicare Billing and Reimbursement (AMBR) for Long-Term Care is an association designed to help you tackle tough regulatory issues and while better connecting you with a broad network of long-term care billing and reimbursement professionals. AMBR is dedicated to fostering the professional and educational growth of long-term care professionals through networking, continuing education, and analysis of complex regulations.

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The AMBR advisory board is a group of professionals who provide expertise and an industry voice for members and the wider long-term care billing profession. Their role is to provide long-term care billing and reimbursement best practice guidance while serving AMBR and the billing profession with honor and integrity. It is a volunteer position.

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Contact the leadership team for more information on joining AMBR for Long-Term Care or questions about your membership.

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The AMBR Code of Ethics serves as a guide for the professional behavior of its members. This code of ethical standards for members of AMBR strives to promote and maintain the highest standard of professional service and conduct among its members. Adherence to these standards assures public confidence in the integrity and service of all members.

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AMBR offers a variety of sponsorship opportunities. For more information email Carrie Dry at

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Long-term care regulations are a constantly moving target. Share your evolving compliance challenges and training needs with HCPro’s dedicated PROPEL Long-Term Care team, who will custom develop, curate, and package the most tailored solutions based on continuing conversations with you.
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Quarterly Member Calls

Members-only calls

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Featured Event

Tuesday, October 6, 2020 - 07:00

2019 Revenue Integrity Symposium

The 2020 Revenue Integrity Symposium covers topics essential to revenue integrity, Medicare compliance, and the revenue cycle in acute care and long-term care settings.