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In or Out-source Your VBC RCM? 5 Key Questions Every Practice Owner Should Ask

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The shift from fee-for-service to value-based service models is gaining momentum across a broad spectrum of healthcare systems. With this, the stakes are high for practice owners and providers to make the adjustments now that will ensure they thrive in the long term. One information-packed eGuide: In or Out-source Your Value-based Care (VBC) Revenue Cycle Management? 5 Key Questions Every Practice Owner Should Ask, spells out the questions commonly asked by practices to make sure that you are well informed in the selection and implementation process. What’s inside:

  • What RCM for VBC means for your practice
  • Upsides & downsides of both insourcing & outsourcing RCM for VBC
  • 5 key questions to ask when making your decision

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Topic: Revenue Cycle Management | Content Type: Blog Article

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