What Physicians Can Gain from EqualizeRCM‘s Complimentary Revenue Cycle Assessment? Learn more about a physician’s perspective on the importance of a revenue cycle analysis.
EqualizeRCM has performed complimentary revenue cycle assessments for several physician practices. These assessments have been valuable to our clients by identifying areas of improvement and efficiency for revenue cycle management. For underperforming groups, we have identified processes to increase collections. For better performing groups, we have been able to create efficiencies that reduce costs.
Benefits of a Complimentary Revenue Cycle Assessment
- Review the key metrics such as Days in AR, % of AR over 90 days old, Collection Ratio, and Denial Rate.
- Compares your metrics to industry benchmarks.
- Analyzes key areas for improved performance and increased efficiency/cost savings.
- Requires submission of standard revenue cycle reports or access to your billing system.
If you are interested in a Complimentary Revenue Cycle Assessment, please contact our RCM Expert, Matt Thompson at M.Thompson@EqualizeRCM.com or (512) 917-3521. In the words of Dr. Hall from Sinus and Nasal Specialists, “What do you have to lose?”
Our Revenue Cycle Expert
|Matt Thompson is Executive Vice President of EqualizeRCM Services. Prior to joining EqualizeRCM, Matt was the President and Chief Executive of Medical Management Solutions, and he has over 23 years of experience in healthcare management. Mr. Thompson has served as an adjunct faculty member at St. Edwards University and the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. Further, Mr. Thompson is a Certified Medical Practice Executive (CMPE) in the American College of Medical Practice Executives, and he is active in the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) previously serving as the President for the Austin and Texas chapters. Additionally, Mr. Thompson is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). Mr. Thompson is also very active in the community serving on various advisory boards and civic associations including the Seton Fifty. In addition to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from the University of Arkansas, Mr. Thompson has a Masters of Health Services Management degree from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.|