About Us

About Us

“Back in 2001, I was facing divorce, and I was fretting about how I could raise my two young children while also supporting them financially. I desperately wanted to work from home, but my prior work experience consisted of 10 years of delivering newspapers in the middle of the night. I found out my friend had a small home-based medical billing business, so I contacted her. I begged and pleaded with her to give me something to do, until she finally got tired of my calls and relented. A couple of months after I’d been working as an independent contractor for her, she approached me and asked if I wanted to buy the company from her. I was absolutely thrilled! It came with 6 clients at the time, and my friend taught me what she knew so that I could be a good biller to those few accounts.  In those days, I was making about $1,000/month, not even enough to support my little family. But giving up was not an option.

A couple of years later, I set up a booth for the first time at a national conference with about 300 providers in attendance. I was the only billing service in the room, and by the end of the weekend, I had picked up 25 accounts. All of a sudden, I was a nationwide billing company! I remember feeling a bit panicky, but I was determined to figure out how to grow this company. So, I found a couple of my friends who needed work and taught them everything I knew. Ever since that conference, our growth has been steady. In fact, we were recognized for three consecutive years as being one of Utah’s top 100 fastest growing companies.  Walking that stage to get my award was truly a humbling moment for me.  This journey has involved a tremendous amount of hard work and no shortage of tears.

I have put my heart and soul into this company and I certainly have made a lot of sacrifices, as has my family. Now, many years after those hard days of being a single mom, I am happily married to my best friend, and we have a blended family of five children. I have been able to share this work opportunity with many other wonderful people. Today, Larsen Billing has a dynamic team of medical billing professionals across the country.

Why are we different? For one thing, we all enjoy the blessing of working from home. Our remote model means better work/life balance and much higher job satisfaction. It’s not really possible to put a price on how wonderful it is to do work that you absolutely love, work that is so gratifying, while still being at home for your children, being able to attend to things that they need. The flexibility is incredibly valuable, and I know this is the number one thing that my team appreciates. I love that I can offer that kind of flexibility to other people. I love the emails I get from employees sharing with me what joy this has brought into their lives. 

Perhaps it is because my team values this opportunity so much – they recognize that it’s special and different – that they go above and beyond to care for their accounts, to truly serve their providers well. We have put many processes in place over the years to make sure that we are the best at what we do. I determined at the beginning of this journey that I was going to provide excellent customer service no matter what. I researched what other billing services were doing wrong. I listened to complaints from disgruntled providers who came to me looking for something better. And I surrounded myself with very talented people as I learned to build an executive team, so that we could make sure we were the best. 

To this day, I still personally negotiate every new contract with potential clients.  I am continually amazed at their stories of terrible customer service when it comes to their billing.  I truly do not believe that any practice is served well by trusting software companies with their billing, or by hiring large medical billing companies who only care about big profits.  I am embarrassed by the industry standards in my field. There is a lack of integrity, of transparency, and of commitment to excellence. You will not experience those problems here at Larsen Billing.

If you have any billing needs whatsoever, I am confident we can customize a solution to help your practice, and I’d love to talk with you about your unique needs.

Thanks for reading our story!”

-Christine Romney, Founder & CEO

Christine has been consulting with providers in private practice since 2001. She is an expert in medical billing and coding, and a speaker in high demand. She loves consulting with other business owners to help them better operate their practices. She obtained college degrees in Office Education and Computer Applications. She often calls herself an accidental entrepreneur, because prior to LBS, her work experience consisted mostly of delivering newspapers in the middle of the night. She is still in awe of the fact that she’s a CEO of such a successful company. It has been an incredible journey, for which she is very grateful.

Christine wears many hats. She’s a passionate leader of her team at LBS, never settling for status quo, always pushing them to new heights. They lovingly joke that she’s the bullet train, and they’re just trying to keep up. She’s also a busy mom – she and her husband, Scott, have a blended family of 5 kids. Scott and Christine love to work out, whether it’s CrossFit, trail running, biking or hiking – they stay very active. They eat healthy, enjoy green smoothies, and grow their own kefir. Christine is passionate about her church service, whether it’s leading the choir, teaching young children, working with the youth, or giving presentations about food storage. She has sent two adult children on church service missions: her daughter served in Japan and her son was sent to Colombia. She also volunteers as a refugee mentor to help families who are resettled in her area. She loves spending time with her family, gardening, camping, reading, and basking in the sun.

One of the things she is most grateful for is that the LBS business model allows her to work from home, and it allows her entire team to enjoy the same blessing. It’s hard to put a price on that kind of flexibility!

Arden Hammel joined LBS in 2010.  She was looking to work from home after a battle with breast cancer.  She quickly moved up in the company and joined our leadership team in 2011.  Arden has a BA in Finance from the University of Iowa (Go Hawkeyes) and over 20 years of experience in Finance, Marketing and Business Development.  She brings valuable expertise from competitive, profit-driven industries.  That expertise helps support the development of profitable healthcare models for providers in private practice.

Arden lives on an acreage near Maquoketa, Iowa with her husband, Jon and son, Dillon.  She loves working in her gardens (flower and vegetable), fishing in their pond, and sitting by the campfire.  In the late summer/early fall, you will find her canning fruits and vegetables so that her family can enjoy their garden all year.  In addition to this, Arden has recently discovered a love for her Peloton Bike. Most mornings you will find her riding her bike that goes nowhere, while taking a class with her favorite instructor, Coach Little.

As a survivor of breast, ovarian and cervical cancer, Arden enjoys educating women and volunteering.  She volunteers for the Susan G. Komen Foundation, the Normaleah Ovarian Cancer Institute, the VA Outreach Center and her local Domestic Violence Shelter.  Each of these organizations holds a very special place in her heart.

Arden will tell you that her favorite part of her job is business development.  She loves to help providers grow their business just as much as she loves to help LBS grow.  She also loves the relationships that she develops throughout this process.

Kim is very active in her daughters’ school and extracurricular activities. As a runner herself, she has been a running buddy with her daughters in a local program called Girls on the Run. She coaches both of their volleyball teams and generously chauffeurs them and their friends to various activities. Kim also volunteers in the classroom when she can, and is an AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) tutor for the middle school where her girls will soon attend. AVID is a nationwide program that targets students who are in the “middle” academically and need support in developing college readiness skills. This is an area in which Kim finds herself being drawn to, because it involves helping others succeed in whatever path they choose for themselves. This same skill set is one that she brings with her to LBS; it helps guide her in decision making and building trust and rapport with those she works with.


Tiffany has been with Larsen Billing Service since 2011. She was looking for an opportunity to work from home so she could still be a mom to her 3 young kids. She started her career in verification of benefits. LBS was quick to notice her excellent technical skills, and they added a role for her in their IT department after just one month. After juggling 2 departments for a few months, it became clear that the fast-paced technical world moves on without you if you’re not ready, so she was promoted to the IT assistant manager position full-time. Two years in the department prepared her to take on even more responsibility and she accepted the position as the IT Department Manager in 2014. Tiffany’s attention to detail, commitment to serving customers and ability to problem solve at any level make her an asset to LBS.

Tiffany lives in the southwest corner of Utah in sunny St. George. She loves that it provides year-round outdoor recreation and palm trees. She loves anything nerdy, and fantasizes about taking her T.A.R.D.I.S. to live in Central City one day. In addition, Tiffany is an avid sports fan and you will find her at every one of her kids’ practices and games throughout the year. She contributes to her favorite college football team yearly and is more than willing to make the 3-hour drive to games on weekends in the fall. Go Cougs! Volunteering is a large part of Tiffany’s life. She is the southern Utah zone leader for the Utah/Idaho chapter of the Arthritis Foundation. She plans and carries out group activities for other families who are affected by this terrible disease in her area. As a national advocate and mother of a child with juvenile arthritis, you will also find her actively participating in AF fundraisers, at conferences, and at the summit on Capitol Hill in Washington DC.

Tiffany’s favorite part of her job is that it’s always changing and evolving.  She loves being presented with a puzzle or challenge and being able to solve it.  She will work tirelessly until she has figured out why something isn’t playing nicely.  She is dedicated to moving forward just as fast as her field is. In preparation for this, she is pursuing her career in Information Technology from BYU-Idaho. She is continually learning from technical conferences attended and other courses taken. She adores her career path and all that she gets to learn on a daily basis.

Amy graduated from The Ohio State University with a degree in political science. Finding herself in need of tuition to continue her education, Amy took a position working for a major health insurance company. First, she manned the phone lines, then she audited claims in dispute, and then she quickly moved into the network relations and contracting area of the business. Upon the birth of her first child, Amy decided that her kids deserved a stay at home mom. So, she spent the next several years building train tracks, reading Goodnight Moon a million times, building LEGO structures, playing house and loving every minute watching her kids grow and learn. Once her children were of school age, Amy began looking for a career opportunity that would be professionally satisfying but would also allow her to be home with her children and be able to attend all school functions as well as her children’s extracurricular activities. She was thrilled to find just the opportunity she was looking for with Larsen Billing Service.

Amy joined Larsen Billing Service in 2012 working in the verification of benefits department, but was quickly recruited to help with a newly formed department: Demographics. She worked first as an independent contractor, then as an assistant manager of the department, and now she is the manager of a department that has grown to encompass demographics, credentialing and contracting. Amy is a good fit for the department because of her strong attention to detail and persistence in navigating the complicated processes that the insurance companies impose.

Amy lives in Ohio with her amazing husband and three children who continue to get older despite her best efforts to slow down time. Her family is complete with two dogs and a bearded dragon. Her hobbies include reading, knitting, photography, scrapbooking, movie editing and chauffeuring her kids here and there. She loves cooking and baking and has fostered an adventurous streak in her children when it comes to food. She and her children are constantly looking for new recipes, techniques and cuisines to master! Common topics of conversation flying though the Moorman house are sure to include science (fiction and otherwise), robotics, which is the best ‘80s song, what to have for dinner and anything and everything to do with the Marvel Cinematic Universe.