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7 Key steps 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 selecting a vendor with the right technology, depth of skill and experience, fit with your specific practice (including payor mix, specialty, provider count and number of locations), and strong ongoing support will help ensure a successful implementation and lasting partnership. These seven selection criteria will help you cut through the complexity of the wide array of options to focus on the core functionality a vendor must provide for a worry-free, effective outcome.

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Topic: Revenue Cycle Management | Content Type: Blog Article

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