COPPERAS COVE — The City Council on Tuesday approved a contract with a new emergency medical services billing service that should save the city about half of what it is spending now.
Under its current contract, the city gives about 12 percent of what is collected from patients who use the city’s emergency medical services to Intermedix, the company that handles the ambulance service’s billing, Fire Chief Burney Baskett said.
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