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In-sourcing Your VBC Revenue Cycle Management: 5 Critical System Requirements

You’ve decided to keep your VBC revenue cycle management system in-house with your Rockstar billing team (or person). So what’s next? The most important next step is selecting the core technology platform that will form the foundation for your systems and process for years in the future. While thousands of possible features can factor into this decision, there are five core system requirements that are critical to any medical billing system you implement. With these in place, you are well positioned to not only easily and accurately meet compliance reporting requirements, but to ensure efficient workflows, better informed decision making, and greater financial success.


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