Andrea Clark is the owner of Medical Revenue, MD. However, her journey from banking to the healthcare industry is an amazing tale of determination, adaptability, and a relentless pursuit of excellence.

Her journey began in 2005 when she moved to Las Vegas to establish Wells Fargo Bank’s business banking program. The impressive results that she brought quickly earned her recognition as a trusted business banker, especially in the medical industry. Andrea became known as the “Heavy Hitter” within Wells Fargo, turning around struggling branches and doubling or tripling revenue within a year. However, her remarkable career didn’t stop there.

When the economy faced a downturn, Andrea applied her banking knowledge to assist medical practitioners. She identified a pressing need in medical practices, which was efficient business management. Her personal experience as a patient highlighted the importance of advocacy and efficient operations in the medical field.

In 2015, Andrea founded Bottom Line Executives, Inc., now known as Medical Revenue, MD. Her venture aims to support medical practices in maximizing profits by optimizing billing processes, streamlining operations, and overseeing finances. Thanks to her financial and industry insights, she quickly earned the title of the “Financial Powerhouse” in the medical community.

Medical Revenue, MD, has since evolved into a comprehensive revenue cycle management company, offering practice management consulting, medical billing, credentialing, and staffing services. However, what truly sets it apart is the emphasis on constant communication with clients. Andrea sees herself as an extension of her client’s team and not just a billing company. Her dedication to educating both physicians and their staff is a testament to her commitment to improving medical practices.

Andrea’s achievements have not gone in vain. She was a finalist for the “Women of Distinction” award in 2018, named among the “100 Top Women of Las Vegas” for four consecutive years in 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 and she was named as the top “Women Who Wow” in 2022 and 2023.  In addition to this, she was honored as one of the “Top 40 Under 40” in 2019 and a “Top 20 Entrepreneur of 2020.”

Andrea knows how to keep a balance between her work and personal life. She believes that stepping away from the role of CEO is crucial. Andrea is a softball coach. She finds comfort and joy on the field. This gives her a break from the business world.

Andrea’s realization of the importance of self-care came in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the challenges, she discovered that taking time for oneself is vital. Spa days, massages, and disconnecting from work are essential for maintaining balance.

Andrea is also really passionate about empowering women, especially in male-dominated industries like healthcare. She encourages women to be confident in their knowledge and to hold themselves to high standards. She also co-authored a book, “Everyday Women’s Guide To Doing What You Love”.  This book is about female business owners and entrepreneurs and how they developed their passion into their career and actively mentors and supports other women in business.

Andrea’s message for aspiring entrepreneurs, especially women, is to take the leap and go all in. She believes that discomfort and fear are part of the journey, but commitment and perseverance eventually lead to success.

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