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5 Overlooked Systems & Processes to Boost Your Bottom Line

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As the complexity of the healthcare revenue cycle exploded over the past several decades, the sophistication of RCM (revenue cycle management tools) and services increased on a parallel path to keep pace.

This tandem upward spiral convinced many practices they simply didn’t have the desire or resources to be RCM experts. Instead, they turned to outside specialized suppliers (medical billing services) and tools to fill that role in their practices.

For these groups, the bet paid off wonderfully. Through outsourced billing and RCM arrangements, they stayed current and compliant with the myriad new regulations being released, and achieved improved profitability and patient satisfaction in the evolving healthcare delivery landscape.

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Topic: Revenue Cycle Management | Content Type: Blog Article

“With the new scheduler and EHR, we get a lot of the information up front, so when the patient comes in, unless they have something changed insurance-wise they’re already verified and ready to be taken back right away, it also makes it much easier for billing.”

Nancy Sutter
Office manager

“The doctor who is not using AdvancedMD right now, is wasting his time.”

Armando Diez
Owner – Florida Pro Health

“Having integrated practice management and EHR is absolutely wonderful, you don’t have to flip back and forth between systems—all of your information is at hand when needed.”

Raju Raval, MD

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“If you want to be focused on your practice and not worry about infrastructure, this is it. It’s transparent, just like when I plug something into the wall I’m not worried about what the voltage is and what’s the availability; it’s just there—like AdvancedMD. It does it so well sometimes you don’t appreciate it until you really think about it.”

Judy Feingold
Occupational Therapist