RCM’s Out Sourced Practice Management

Claims Processing & Accounting
Outsource Now – Lower Your Costs – Save More

RCM’s Outsourced Services

  • Electronic Claims Processing
  • Medical Accounting

Benefits Of Outsourcing

  • Senior management gets more time and freedom to focus on core business issues and real profit drivers of the practice
  • Cost savings of at least 30% over doing non-business-core activities like claims processing and collection follow-ups in-house
  • Improved employee performance and focus on patient-care instead of billing and collections
  • Mitigates Risk by reducing employer liability under HIPAA, as sensitive health benefits issues are handled proactively and confidentially without HR involvement and under Labor compliance laws that most employers are aware of.
  • Less Paper Cluttering the Office

More Accurate Financial and Patient information

Why RCM For Your Outsourcing Requirements?

  • Increased speed of filing the claims filing leading to improved cash flow. RCM files clams within 24 hours of receipt of information from our client
  • RCM provides immediate, tenacious re-appeal and follow-up on every outstanding unpaid receivable or denial. RCM Collects Past & Current Receivables
  • Receive your insurance payments in 7 to 21 days, not months
  • Automated Patient Statements and collection letters
  • 24 x 7 Remote Real-time Internet Access to patient records and other reports
  • Automated Internet Access to system for instant “Patient Eligibility Verification”
  • Access to enterprise linked software for Patient Appointment Scheduling
  • Partnership with AT&T’s data center and world-class software vendor assures 100% disaster recovery, fast up-time and full compliance with HIPAA and HIMBA standards
  • Client staff do not deal with insurance companies ever again
  • No more learning headaches and costs associated with complicated practice management software and computers
  • Expert assistance making your practice run smoothly and efficiently
  • Expert assistance with internal HIPAA regulations, documentation, processes, etc.

How It Works

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