Harold Ingram, President and CEO of PerforMax Medical Management is a lifetime resident of Mississippi raising 3 children in the Jackson area. He received his Masters Degree in Business from Miss. State University in 1977. In 1989, he began a new career providing consulting services to physicians’ offices by establishing Harold Ingram Associates, which later became PerforMax, Inc.
Through the many years of local, home town service he provided to clients he has written numerous articles for local and regional publications. He is currently the Legislative Liaison for the Medical Group Management Association of Mississippi (MGMA of MS). In volunteer service with MGMA of MS he has also served as Secretary, Treasurer, President-Elect, President and representative to the Mississippi State Medical Association’s CAP Committee. He has also served as a member of the Beacon Committee with the Delta Health Alliance assisting in improved health care delivery in the Mississippi Delta.
Recently he received the honor of being selected as one of the Mississippi Business Journal’s Health Care Heroes for 2012.
Carlton Ingram, General Manger of PerforMax Medical Management is a lifetime resident of Mississippi in the Jackson area. He received his Bachelors’ Degree in Business Administration from Mississippi College in 2002 and his Masters Degree in Business Administration from Belhaven University in August of 2010. He started working at PerforMax Medical Management in 2006 and currently resides as the as the head of the technology committee for the Medical Group Management Association of Mississippi (MGMA of MS).
Judith L. Stevens is the Chief Operations Officer for PerforMax Medical Management and has been with the company for over 12 years. Prior to working with PerforMax Medical Management, she worked for 25 years in a variety of medical specialties serving in capacities including medical assistant, optometric assistant, medical records coordinator, medical coder and biller, manager, and administrator.
In 2003 she received designation as a Certified Professional Coder (CPC) by the American Academy of Professional Coders. Since that time she has provided coding oversight to a variety of medical specialties. She has also presented a number of seminars throughout the State on important coding issues.
From 2009 through 2011, she served in a volunteer capacity with the Medical Group Management Association of Mississippi, MGMA of MS, as Outreach Chairman, as Secretary in 2012 and currently serves as treasurer. She also serves on advisory boards for Antonelli College, Virginia College and Delta Technical College advising on curriculum content related to medical billing and coding programs.
Amy Blair is the Billing Manager for PerforMax Medical Management where she supervises a highly effective billing and coding staff. Amy’s early career was in the insurance industry with a particular emphasis on underwriting, in which she held a number of managerial and supervisory positions. In 2000, her focus changed as she moved into the medical field. Since then Amy has had the opportunity to experience medical related administrative activity from a variety of perspectives. With the practical experience gained from actually working in a medical office, Amy has worked with physicians to design truly effective solutions to clinic problems.
In addition to supervising the coding and billing staff Amy has been instrumental in the establishment of a local medical practice, in identifying revenue cycle problems, and in providing research assistance associated with correcting billing problems from both from a logistical and technical perspective for clinics throughout the State. In her spare time, she plays the clarinet with several orchestras in the Jackson area.