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7 Key Selection Criteria for Outsourcing RCM for VBC

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Outsourcing your revenue cycle management for value-based care billing (RCM for VBC) involves much more than merely lining up a vendor and walking away. Carefully selection a vendor is key to make sure they have the resources to effectively aid your practice in reference to payor mix, specialty, and provider number and location. One of AdvancedMD’s #1 eGuide in selecting RCM for VBC: 7 Key Selection Criteria for Outsourcing RCM for VBC, highlights 7 things that you should look-out for when outsourcing RCM for VBC in order to make sure you are setting your practice up for success.

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Topic: Revenue Cycle Management | Content Type: Blog Article

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