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In or Out-source Your Value-Based Care (VBC) Revenue Cycle Management?

VBC is here to stay, but continued evolutionary changes in program requirements complicate decision-making. Because of the significant potential financial impact on a practice, it’s important to carefully consider today’s decisions that set the stage for tomorrow’s success. One central decision is whether to in-source or out-source VBC revenue cycle management. Five key questions will help guide physicians and owners in a solid direction.

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Topic: Revenue Cycle Management | Content Type: Blog Articles

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