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BOLT Solutions develops and markets technology solutions for the insurance marketplace. The company's software enables customers, P&C insurance carriers, agents, brokers and wholesalers to transmit and receive data in real-time and leverage existing systems to automatically interact with one another.

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260+ healthcare revenue cycle management companies to know | 2022

Mar 4, 2022

| 2022 Staff - Large Hospitals, health systems, physician practices and healthcare organizations are experiencing increasingly complex revenue cycles, working with government and private payers as well as patients to collect. Here are more than 260 companies with revenue cycle management solutions in the healthcare space. If you would like to add a revenue cycle management company to this list, contact Jack Burns at  and Laura Dyrda at Note: Revenue cycle companies do not and cannot pay for inclusion on this list. This list is not a ranking or rating, and companies are listed in alphabetical order. 4medica (Marina del Rey, Calif.). 4medica was founded as a cloud-based clinical data exchange provider with the company's flagship clinical integration platform, iEHR, addressing connectivity needs for meaningful use requirements. The software-as-a-service solution is designed for easy deployment at hospitals, health systems, physician groups and care delivery organizations such as ACOs, and touts more than 100 institutional customers with 40,000 physician users. Ability Network (Minneapolis). Ability, an Inovalon company, is an information technology company focused on simplifying the administrative and clinical complexity of the revenue cycle for providers and payers. The company provides specialized applications and analytics for revenue cycle, care quality and workforce management. Accenture (Dublin, Ireland). Accenture's team of experts provides insights and technologies for healthcare organizations to accelerate insight-driven health. The company gives insight into digital health, operational transformation and healthcare consumerism with clinical and health management services. Access Healthcare (Dallas). Access Healthcare works with healthcare providers to improve revenue cycle management and focus strategic priorities, including improved profitability and patient experience. Access Healthcare serves healthcare organizations of all sizes, including dental service providers, to achieve better revenue cycle results with best practices that can increase the bottom line. AccessOne (Charlotte, N.C.). AccessOne offers payment options to help patients manage healthcare costs while driving hospital reimbursement. The company can provide comprehensive low- and no-interest payment options for all patient balance types. There isn't a cap in account size, and patients aren't denied credit for any reason. AccuReg (Mobile, Ala.). AccuReg offers artificial intelligence-enhanced software-as-a-service products and consulting to boost hospital revenue. Hospitals can use the company's platform to identify issues and prevent denials. AccuReg appeared on Inc. 5000's Fastest Growing Private Companies in 2019 and launched its Estimate My Cost patient-facing tool in June 2019. ACI Worldwide (Naples, Fla.). Healthcare providers collect up to 27 percent more with new patient financial engagement technology. ACI Worldwide offers innovative new ways to engage patients before, during and after appointments to accelerate cash flow. ACN Healthcare (India). ACN Healthcare is a revenue cycle management company focused on end-to-end medical billing services. The company provides services such as demo entry, charge entry, coding, accounts receivable follow-up and E/B verification to hospitals and physician groups. ACN has an onshore/offshore model and focuses on healthcare verticals to bring value to client organizations. AdvantEdge Healthcare Solutions (Lombard, Ill.). AdvantEdge Healthcare Solutions developed a suite of revenue cycle management solutions, including medical billing, coding and analytics. The company is designed to assist ASCs, physician groups, hospitals and behavior health agencies. Advantmed (Irvine, Calif.). Advantmed is an integrated risk adjustment optimization and quality improvement company dedicated to helping risk-bearing entities. Advantmed partners with organizations to deliver the optimal combination of unique solutions to help them achieve their objectives. Advantum Health (Louisville, Ky.). Advantum Health helps healthcare providers maximize revenues and practice medicine without administrative burden. Advantum offers full-service revenue cycle solutions — including billing, credentialing, pre-authorization, referral management and intuitive analytics dashboards — through one vendor. Advicare (Lakeland, Fla.). Advicare is a clinical denials revenue recovery company that uses teams of nurses, attorneys, coders and healthcare finance experts to appeal, overturn and prevent clinical denials. Clients choose Advicare because the company achieves outstanding financial results. AIE Medical Management (Washington, D.C.). AIE Medical Management provides a full spectrum of solutions for medical groups and hospitals. Revenue cycle management, coding, credentialing, transcription and virtual medical scribe are just a few of the service lines the company offers. AIE works with each practice to navigate the fast-paced and constantly changing world of medicine, ensuring the best outcomes, reducing administrative burden and improving the quality of life for each provider. All Right Medical Management Services (Chester, Va.). All Right Medical Management Services provides revenue cycle and EHR solutions to healthcare organizations. The company focuses on maximizing a healthcare providers' bottom line through billing and coding, denial management, accounts receivable, and collections services. Alvaria (Atlanta). Alvaria assists in customer communications with their contact center, workforce management and analytics technologies solutions. The company's client installations worldwide function on Alvaria's omnichannel premise, cloud and hybrid platforms to manage customer contacts. Americollect (Manitowoc, Wis.). Originally launched as a healthcare collections business in 1964, Americollect was purchased in 1999 and grew into a 340-member team serving more than 120 hospitals and 7,000 physicians. The company focuses on hospital, medical group and radiology collections to recover patient payments. Americollect specialists verify patient demographic data, contact patients and man a 24-hour online chat box that allows users to connect with collectors online. Amitech Solutions (St. Louis). Amitech is a healthcare data analytics and management consulting firm aiming to leverage the value of data analytics to help payers and providers create value. The company's solutions include management consulting and information management as well as big data- and Internet-of-Things-driven population health solutions to help payers, providers and employers understand their populations and engage them to drive down costs. AnnexMed (East Brunswick, N.J.). Launched in 2004, AnnexMed is a revenue cycle management services provider for institutions across the country. The company offers medical coding, billing and collections services as well as data entry and accounts receivable management. AnnexMed provides 24/7 customer support for a diverse array of customers and can be scaled up quickly to meet increasing business needs. Anthro Innovations (Burbank, Ill.). Anthro Innovations is a small group of physicians and revenue cycle specialists who aim to level the playing field between payers and providers with RevRecover, a self-learning artificial intelligence system designed to automatically follow up on rejected claims. The system could increase payments and reduce the time and labor costs associated with working rejected claims. ApexonHealth (Southfield, Mich.). ApexonHealth helps providers, payers and other healthcare organizations harness the power of AI technologies to reduce costs, improve cash flow and increase customer satisfaction. Solutions are built on the proprietary Newton AI platform, which combines machine learning, robotic process automation and business process management. Companies of any size can modernize their back office without the need for costly system integration. ApprioHealth (Washington, D.C.). ApprioHealth has advanced technology solutions for hospital revenue cycle management. It helps hospitals use technology to drive patient satisfaction with the revenue cycle and operational improvement. The company launched in May 2019 and had a 280 percent growth rate in its first four months. Argos Health (Dallas). Argos Health specializes in the billing, follow-up and collection of complex claims such as Veterans Affairs, motor vehicle accidents, out-of-state Medicaid and workers' compensation. Argos Health was named a top performer in the 2020 KLAS Complex Claims report and the No. 1 ranked Complex Claim Vendor in 2019 and 2020 by Black Book. Athenahealth (Watertown, Mass.). Founded in 1997, Athenahealth provides medical record, revenue cycle, patient engagement, care coordination and population health services for hospital and ambulatory clients. The company has a network of 140,000 providers that use its practice management, patient engagement and population health services. Atos (Bezons, France). Atos helps providers deliver a personalized and secure healthcare experience that improves revenue optimization and patient care. Part of a $12.5 billion global company, Atos is one of the fastest growing companies in North American healthcare. Key health information management solutions include end-to-end revenue cycle management, EHR optimization, coding audit and compliance. as well as clinical documentation improvement to help providers prepare for the next generation of healthcare. Atom Healthcare (New York City). Atom Healthcare offers a comprehensive range of services ranging from simple transaction services to audit and analytical services across the provider and payer domains. The revenue cycle management services provided by Atom Healthcare are an end-to-end solution, which helps hospitals and health systems focus on their core functions. Avaap (Columbus, Ohio). Avaap is an IT services and management consulting firm for organizations that use enterprise resource planning and EHR software applications. The company's global community includes experienced technical and business process consultants, physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals who serve as resources to more than 300 customers. Availity (Jacksonville, Fla.). Launched in 2001 as a joint venture between Florida Blue and Humana, Availity was initially founded to streamline processes among payers and reduce administrative abrasion between payers and providers. Today, the company operates a large real-time information network focused on the healthcare industry, connecting providers, health plans and technology partners. Aviacode (Salt Lake City). Aviacode provides a medical coding solutions platform aimed at solving coding problems, creating efficiencies, and improving revenue and cash flow. The company includes more than 700 medical coders serving 30,000 physicians in more than 61 medical specialties. Aviacode's solution codes 10 million charts per year. Ayasdi (Menlo Park, Calif.). More than 300 healthcare organizations use Ayasdi's intelligent applications and artificial intelligence platform to solve care optimization, population health, precision medicine and financial management challenges. The company is focused on helping health systems, payers and medical researchers harness artificial intelligence and big data to improve care and make medical breakthrough discoveries. BDO USA (Chicago). The BDO USA-Healthcare Advisory team has extensive knowledge assisting organizations to optimize revenue cycle functions to improve and maximize reimbursements. BDO revenue cycle assessments will identify processes within the operations contributing to revenue leakage, slowdown in cash flow or processes that are of risk to organization. BillingParadise (Diamond Bar, Calif.). BillingParadise was founded as a revenue cycle management company headquartered in California. The company's extended client base and offices are in Texas, Florida, New York, New Jersey and Minnesota. BillingParadise's revenue cycle experts developed a workflow management and productivity tracking application that integrates with major EHRs to help clients streamline and automate their revenue cycle process. BillingParadise has more than 15 years of experience in the revenue cycle industry. BillingTree (Scottsdale, Ariz.). BillingTree provides payment solution products and services for organizations to increase efficiency and decrease costs associated with processing payments. Founded in 2003, BillingTree aims to understand the marketplace and grow payments with technology so customers can accept multiple payment channels and maximize value. BKD CPAs & Advisors (Springfield, Mo.). BKD CPAs & Advisors works with more than 310 providers nationwide, including hospitals and health systems, to provide performance improvement services. The $758 million company has a keen understanding of the complicated issues healthcare CEOs and CFOs face and can help make strategic financial and operational performance decisions. Bluetree Network (Madison, Wis.). Bluetree Network partners with healthcare organizations to maximize Epic's value. Founded by former Epic leaders, the company's experts have distinct knowledge of the challenges associated with implementing the EHR and can help organizations manage their talent, revenue cycle and operations. Boncura Health Solutions (Downers Grove, Ill.). Launched in 2011, Boncura Health Solutions has grown to serve more than 14,000 provider partners as well as manage more than 500,000 lives and process 2.5 million claims per year. The physician-owned and directed organization focuses on efficient management of at-risk patient populations as well as cost-effective care delivery. Cantata Health Solutions (Austin, Texas). Cantata Health provides advanced revenue cycle management and EHR applications for acute and post-acute care hospitals as well as long-term care facilities. Capio (Lawrenceville, Ga.). Capio manages healthcare accounts with the goal of maximizing returns on nonperforming accounts and improving revenue cycle management. The company also keeps an eye on compliance for hospitals and healthcare providers, ensuring they meet CMS directives and cost reporting rules while also managing aged non-Medicare accounts receivable after the organization claims Medicare uncollectible receivables on their cost report. CareCloud (Somerset, N.J.). CareCloud provides cloud-based revenue cycle management, practice management, EHR and patient experience management solutions for high-performance medical groups. CareCloud helps clients increase financial and operational performance, streamline clinical workflows and improve patient care nationwide. CareCredit (Costa Mesa, Calif.). CareCredit is a healthcare credit card accepted at more than 200,000 locations nationwide, providing patients with financing options. CareCredit aims to help patients pay out-of-pocket medical costs and improve provider collections. With more than 30 years of experience in the industry, CareCredit has served more than 11 million patients and built a network of 250,000 healthcare providers. CarePayment (Nashville, Tenn.). CarePayment is a patient financial engagement company that accelerates providers' transition to the new consumer-driven healthcare market. Powered by advanced technology and analytics, the company's innovative patient financing solutions improve patient satisfaction and loyalty while delivering superior financial results. Cascade365 Family of Companies (Petaluma, Calif.). Cascade365 is a family of companies that provide accounts receivable liquidity solutions to the healthcare industry, promoting financial accountability while treating guarantors in a fair, dignified, and lawful manner. Cascade365's suite of products and services includes AR purchase, factoring, master servicing, third-party collections and revenue cycle optimization. CBOSS (Boardman, Ohio). CBOSS is a service provider and partner to government and private-sector clients, providing the CBOSS Central Payment Portal to centralize administration for all electronic payments. The company provides bank integration support and 24/7 access for clients and their customers. Cedar (New York City). Cedar is a patient payment and engagement platform for hospitals, health systems and medical groups. The platform is designed to leverage advanced data science, machine learning and smart segmentation to deliver a better experience for patients. Change Healthcare (Nashville, Tenn.). Change Healthcare is a large, independent healthcare technology company that works alongside customers and partners to enable better patient care, choice and outcomes at scale. The company provides software and analytics, network solutions, and technology-enabled services for government payers, employers, hospitals, physicians and others. CHMB (Escondido, Calif.). CHMB works with providers and health systems to manage the revenue cycle, maximize reimbursements, reduce costs and increase cash flow. More than 11,000 physicians use CHMB solutions to improve practice profitability and optimize healthcare technology investments. Cimcor (Merrillville, Ind.). Founded in 1997, Cimcor focuses on software security, integrity and compliance. The company's flagship software product helps organizations monitor and protect physical, virtual and cloud-based IT assets in real time. The software tracks the user that makes changes, what changes are made and how changes are made. CIPROMS (Indianapolis). Since 1982, CIPROMS has partnered with physicians to provide customized medical billing that includes personalized service and timely and reliable information with transparent and trusted accountability. CIPROMS' services are designed to increase revenue, improve cash flow, reduce costs and minimize the administrative aggravations associated with ever-changing rules and regulations. Cirius Group (Pleasant Hill, Calif.). Cirius Group's flexible, scalable and customizable revenue cycle solutions transform healthcare organizations into the most efficient financial powerhouses in the nation. For 36 years, healthcare leaders have trusted Cirius Group to help them push the boundaries of what their revenue cycle can do. ClaraPrice (Austin, Texas). ClaraPrice is a digital health company that provides cost estimates for surgery. The cloud-based software provides revenue cycle training tools to improve the patient experience and a knowledge base for patient education regarding EHR access. ClaraPrice offers audit services for posted prices and balance billing prevention ClearBalance (San Diego). ClearBalance Healthcare provides patient financing and patient pay services and has served healthcare exclusively for nearly 30 years. ClearBalance maintains the industry's highest patient financing repayment rate at 90 percent nationally. The company specializes in providing a seamless patient pay experience that reduces bad debt, improves patient satisfaction and encourages consumer loyalty. ClinIntell (Seattle). ClinIntell is a clinical documentation improvement data analytics and physician training software firm that leverages proprietary predictive analytics to affect long-term change in physician documentation practices. The company's analytics provide a vehicle to measure and report individual physician documentation performance. CodeOne (Monument, Colo.). CodeOne was founded in 2001 and provides services in all aspects of the revenue cycle. In addition to medical billing, CodeOne also provides consulting services in areas including practice analysis, coding review, audit reconciliation, practice compliance and business coaching. The CodeOne team comes from a diverse background of medical billing, practice management, managed care leadership and payer organizations. Colburn Hill Group (Manchester, N.H.). Colburn Hill Group provides management expertise and automated solutions for healthcare provider revenue cycle management, including follow-up, denials, work listing and cash reconciliation functions. The company provides consulting and management, low balance solutions, interim management and improved clean claim rates to customers. Collect Rx (Bethesda, Md.). Collect Rx provides services to maximize out-of-network reimbursement to hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, physicians and other healthcare providers. The company's proprietary CRXIS business intelligence engine and industry expertise help healthcare providers increase revenue, save time and improve the bottom line. Collection Licenses (Irvine, Calif.). Collection Licenses is a full-service licensing support company focused on providing a comprehensive approach to the debt and revenue cycle industries. The company helps organizations obtain and maintain state licensing and registration. CommerceHealthcare (Kansas City, Mo.). CommerceHealthcare provides automated receivables management and payment services, patient loan financing and lending solutions to healthcare providers and patients. CommerceHealthcare brings together a team of healthcare and banking professionals. Commvault (Tinton Falls, N.J.). Commvault is a data protection and information management solutions provider focused on helping healthcare organizations handle high volumes of data, meet compliance requirements and deliver quality care through a single integrated platform. The company has more than 2,700 healthcare customers using its products and services. Conifer Health Solutions (Frisco, Texas). Conifer is a strategic partner to clients in more than 135 regions of the U.S., including LCMC Health, Keck Medicine of USC and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health. The company has earned a No. 1 or No. 2 ranking in healthcare market research company Black Book's end-to-end RCM outsourcing survey for integrated delivery networks. Contego Solutions (Nashua, N.H.). Contego drives increased revenue for ASCs through its comprehensive out-of-network claims and appeals process. Contego's expertise lies in predictive modeling, deductible and coinsurance management, detailed application of the Department of Labor claims and appeals process and pinpointed utilization of legal resources, which together drive revenue. Coronis Health (Sykesville, MD.). Coronis' leaders are healthcare executives with combined experience of over 150 years leading hospitals and physician groups to financial health. In the ever-changing world of reimbursement, the Coronis cornerstones — partnerships, specialization and software expertise — are key to client success. Cotiviti (South Jordan, Utah). Cotiviti offers solutions and analytics for payers, providers and employers to collaborate and improve the healthcare revenue cycle. Cotiviti recently launched Caspian Clarity, which includes clinical, financial and other medical data on 40 percent of Americans, providing a longitudinal view of population health and the patient journey. The company’s Payment Accuracy platform is a real-time, prepay, integrated claim accuracy and fraud detection solution scalable for all payer sizes. Craneware (Atlanta). Craneware provides automated value cycle solutions to improve hospital financial performance. Its solution helps hospitals and healthcare organizations price, charge, code and retain earned revenue for patient care services and supplies. Credit Management Co. (Pittsburgh). Credit Management Co. offers customized outsourcing processes that deliver solutions that will accelerate cash flow, lower operating expenses, reduce customer delinquency and improve customer care and support. Our primary services include: first party A/R management, debt recovery and customer care. Credit Management Co. has been providing full-service accounts receivable and collection management programs across several industry segments since 1966. Credit Solutions (Lexington, Ky.). Credit Solutions is a national revenue cycle management company that exclusively provides services to hospitals, healthcare systems and physician groups. We provide tailored extended business office solutions, bad debt recovery, physician billing and coding and denials management services. Crowe (Chicago). Crowe is a public accounting, consulting and technology firm with offices around the world. Through its patented Crowe Revenue Cycle Analytics software, Crowe captures every patient transaction each day from hospital partners. The Crowe RCA solution is designed to help accelerate and increase net revenue by providing unique insights regarding revenue cycle benchmarking, denials and credits performance, charge capture opportunities and integration of automation. Currence Physician Solutions (Chicago). Currence empowers physicians and healthcare executives with financial insight. It serves as a medical practice partner providing outsourced and co-sourced revenue cycle management, financial management, private equity advisory and real-time analytics dashboards. Cynerio (Ramat Gan, Israel). Cynerio is a healthcare fraud detection platform working with healthcare organizations to protect all medical devices, patient records and even patient health by preventing hacks on crucial healthcare devices involved in delivering care. Cynerio visually maps all network connections in a hospital and uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to diagnose the connections and monitor the medical context of information being exchanged. DaisyBill (Claymont, Del.). Specifically built for the complex revenue cycle challenges of workers' comp, DaisyBill offers cloud-based solutions to get providers who treat injured workers paid. DaisyBill's solutions include SaaS billing software as well as complete end-to-end account management services. Datica (Minneapolis). Datica aims to solve the problem of HIPAA compliance in the cloud and enable the secure exchange of digital health data to EHRs. Datica helps hospitals ensure their clouds are compliant and their data is securely interoperable. Dolbey (Concord, Ohio). Dolbey supports a suite of solutions designed to improve productivity while delivering better documentation for coding and billing. The solution offers physicians a flexible workflow with dictation or speech recognition as well as powerful computer-assisted coding, clinical documentation improvement, care measures abstraction and reporting. eCatalyst Healthcare Solutions (Phoenix). eCatalyst provides coding, auditing, clinical documentation improvement, message passing interface, revenue cycle and strategic health information management consulting to hospitals, physician practices and health systems. The company's Synergy Engage real-time ambulatory CDI solution is designed to increase throughput and improve hierarchical condition categories capture rates. Echelon Medical Capital (Delray Beach, Fla.). Echelon Medical Capital focuses on accounts receivable liquidity solutions for healthcare providers taking insurance or medical liens against pending personal injury cases. It is among the largest funding companies in the nation and provides services to hospitals, surgery centers and physician groups of any size. Eclat Health Solutions (Herndon, Va.). Eclat Health Solutions is a comprehensive domestic and international healthcare support service provider of medical coding, medical billing and ICD-10 auditing, that delivers efficient, accurate, secure and affordable RCM. Eclat works with a variety of U.S. healthcare providers, from large hospital facilities to small independent practices. EMPClaims Solutions Inc (Lombard, Ill.). EMPClaims is an end-to-end medical billing and RCM company. With over 10 years in the industry, EMPClaims helps small and medium-sized medical practices and physician groups to streamline their billing processes and optimize revenue. EMPClaims' processes and workflows ensure highest reimbursements for the services medical practices provide to their patients. EnableComp (Franklin, Tenn.). EnableComp partners with over 800 healthcare providers to maximize their complex claims reimbursement by having the best people, processes, products and performance. Our industry-leading technology and analytics identify the right payer, at the right time, for the right amount, ensuring clients collect the appropriate revenue for their complex claims. Encore Exchange (Winston-Salem, N.C.). Encore Exchange is an employee-owned company founded in 1972 that provides hospitals and physicians with low-cost collections services and software. The company has expertise in health information services, patient communications, revenue cycle management and payment technologies. Ensemble Health Partners (Mason, Ohio). Ensemble focuses on revenue cycle management with its suite of technologies. It has clients across the U.S. and Europe and has helped healthcare providers save millions of dollars. It currently has 7,200 associates and partnered with Golden Gate Capital to continue growth and innovation. eSentire, Inc. (Waterloo, Ontario). eSentire Inc., is a managed detection and response company that helps healthcare organizations prevent cyberattacks. Its security operations center, staffed by elite security analysts, hunts, investigates and responds in real time to known and unknown threats before they become business- disrupting events. eSolutions (Overland Park, Kan.). eSolutions’ powerful, easy-to-use revenue cycle and workflow management tools, paired with advanced performance insights, strengthen your revenue health. Hospitals trust eSolutions to reduce time between claims submission and payment, improve overall operational efficiency, minimize denials and lessen audit and compliance risk. Experian Health (Costa Mesa, Calif.). Experian Health partners with 63 percent of U.S. hospitals and health systems, as well as 7,700 other healthcare providers, on revenue cycle management, identity management, patient engagement and care management. Experian focuses on solutions to help healthcare providers make the transition to value-based care by automating the front- and back-end revenue cycle management processes. Experity (Rockford, Ill.). Experity provides integrated technology solutions to more than 5,700 urgent care centers and on-demand healthcare practices nationwide, including RCM and billing services, EMR and practice management, patient engagement, teleradiology and business intelligence. Experity’s RCM services make billing easy by eliminating complexities around coding, billing, payer contracts and compliance, resulting in optimized revenue and reimbursement for providers. ezDI (Louisville, Ky.). EzDI focuses on developing health IT solutions that leverage technologies including natural language processing, machine learning, semantic web and high-performance cloud computing. The goal is to put operational data into the hands of healthcare professionals to help them proactively identify patients at risk, patterns in disease and treatment outcomes. Flywire (Boston). Flywire provides payment support solutions that make it easier for patients to manage and pay their out-of-pocket medical expenses. With rising deductibles, the company's solution empowers providers to automatically identify, engage and activate payment terms for patients who need help paying their bills. Formativ Health (Jacksonville, Fla.). Formativ Health partners with physician practices, hospitals and health systems to help them improve financial health, adapt to changing risk-based payment models, increase practice productivity and physician satisfaction and significantly enhance the patient experience. The company's holistic RCM solutions are enabled by agnostic technology. FrontRunnerHC (Plymouth, Mass.). FrontRunnerHC's software, Patient Remedi, automates the identification of active and billable coverage for patients with inaccurate or missing coverage on file. Patient Remedi reduces the need for human intervention, and in turn, improves the accuracy of patient data, freeing up time to work on higher yield projects and improve client and patient satisfaction. FTI Consulting (Brentwood, Tenn.). FTI Consulting works with virtually every segment of the healthcare and life sciences industry to discern innovative solutions that optimize performance in the short term and prepare for future strategic, operational, financial and legal challenges. The company provides a one-company team of experts across the spectrum of healthcare disciplines. Galen Healthcare Solutions (Chicago). Galen Healthcare Solutions is a health IT technical and professional services and solutions company providing cross-platform expertise. Galen has partnered with more than 300 specialty practices, hospitals, health information exchanges and healthcare organizations to provide consulting services. GBS Corp. (North Canton, Ohio). GBS provides revenue cycle management services for healthcare organizations, assisting in reaching financial objectives by streamlining collection. GBS helps improve profitability and productivity while reducing costs and overhead. GeBBS Healthcare Solutions (Culver City, Calif.). GeBBS Healthcare Solutions is a KLAS-rated leading provider of revenue cycle management services and risk adjustment solutions. GeBBS’ technology and robust analytics, combined with its more than 10,000-member global workforce, helps clients improve their financial performance and enhance the patient experience. Global Healthcare Resource (Atlanta). Global Healthcare Resource is a full-service, international RCM outsource firm with over 20 years of experience providing coding, accounts receivable, end-to-end billing, self-pay and patient experience services to the ambulatory, acute and post-acute segments. Global is SOC 2 Type 2-compliant with highly skilled and certified team members ready to help providers and billing companies streamline their revenue cycle. Global Recovery Alliance AG (Baar, Switzerland). Global Recovery Alliance AG assists hospitals and health systems with international accounts receivable. Launched in 1998, the company has worked with 1,600 hospitals in the U.S., supporting the patient financial services team in global collections. Grant Thornton (Chicago). Grant Thornton delivers solutions and operational improvements that help providers meet patient care, compliance and business needs. The company provides security and privacy protection, revenue cycle management and health technology solutions with personalized insight into how organizations can standardize processes and integrate workflow optimization for increased value. Greenway Health (Tampa, Fla.). Greenway provides software and services to ambulatory practices. A partnership with Greenway and its revenue cycle management service gives practices full insight into their financial standing and proactive service from an expertly trained staff. Guidehouse (Chicago). Guidehouse (formerly Navigant) is a specialized, global professional services firm offering impactful industry-leading healthcare solutions. In addition to being recognized as "best in KLAS" for revenue cycle optimization, Guidehouse has earned seven No. 1 KLAS rankings for revenue cycle outsourcing solutions in the last decade and was named the top healthcare RCM consulting firm in 2020 and 2021 by Black Book. Revele (Jefferson City, Mo.). Revele provides full-service revenue cycle management services, including medical coding, billing, accounts receivable management, analytics, consulting and patient call centers. Specializing in eClinicalWorks, the company partners with practices using its software to maximize their return on investment. Harmony Healthcare (Tampa, Fla.). Harmony Healthcare provides healthcare revenue cycle management strategies and workforce solutions and expertise to help healthcare organizations improve clinical and financial outcomes. The company provides coding support, health information management leadership, clinical documentation improvement, audit validation review and revenue integrity solutions to help healthcare organizations manage their revenue cycles. Harmony Healthcare IT (South Bend, Ind.). Harmony Healthcare IT offers a product that allows users to decommission legacy systems and secure records in the long term. The solution consolidates data silos and reduces maintenance costs in IT and helps organizations create better workflows for clinicians and health information management resources. Healogics (Jacksonville, Fla.). Healogics provides advanced wound care services and manages nearly 600 wound care centers across the country that serve nearly 300,000 patients per year. The connected network of centers, partner hospitals and academic medical centers use an evidence-based, systematic approach to chronic wound management. Healthcare IT Leaders (Alpharetta, Ga.). Healthcare IT Leaders is professional services firm with deep expertise in EHR, enterprise resource planning, workforce management and revenue cycle management. Healthcare IT Leaders was ranked No. 1 for business solutions, implementation services, in the 2020 "Best in KLAS" report. The company provides end-to-end revenue cycle management consulting services, including strategy, operations and technology. Healthcare IP (Edmond, Okla.). Healthcare IP is an integrated clearinghouse partner to hospitals, health systems and provider organizations, advocating data transparency and better user experience in the revenue cycle. Offering innovative solutions for patient access, claims and denial management, its flexible SCALE platform improves client performance by reducing touchpoints and organizes data to make sense. Healthcare Receivables Group (Knoxville, Tenn.). Since 1993, Healthcare Receivables Group has specialized in serving healthcare providers around the country by effectively managing accounts receivable through a careful integration of people, technology and ideas. HRG’s services range from managing active self-pay and third-party receivables in our extended business office division, to bad debt collections that improve financial performance while protecting patient relationships. Healthcare Resource Group (Spokane Valley, Wash.). Health Resource Group provides revenue cycle management service solutions for healthcare facilities. The company's suite includes tools to optimize patient financial services and health information management departments designed to increase efficiency and profitability. HealthRise (Southfield, Mich.). HealthRise is an end-to-end revenue cycle management consulting firm that identifies, prioritizes and eliminates obstacles in the way of a healthy revenue cycle. The company provides people with relevant expertise to maximize clients’ workforce processes, technology and results. HELP Financial Corporation (Plymouth, Mich.). HELP Financial provides patient financing to customers across the country. The company helps patients manage out-of-pocket healthcare expenses, providing upfront funding while decreasing the payment plan administration on the provider side. HGS Healthcare (Lisle, Ill.). Hinduja Global Solutions focuses on business process management and optimizing the customer experience lifecycle. HGS Healthcare's suite of revenue cycle management services include front-end patient access services, midcycle charge integrity, medical coding and billing services, back-end insurance claims resolution offerings, clinical denial appeals and customer-driven, self-pay, early-out services. Himagine solutions (St. Louis). For more than 20 years, Himagine has focused on the healthcare industry and has grown to the largest independent provider of outsourced health information management services in the U.S. Himagine's services include coding, audit, CDI, registry and consulting. Hiteks Solutions (New York City). The Hiteks Insight Real-Time Revenue Rescue platform provides computer-assisted physician documentation solutions at the point of care inside the EHR. The platform combines proprietary artificial intelligence and subsecond technology to send clarifications to physicians instantaneously. HITrust (Frisco, Texas). The Health Information Trust Alliance is a nonprofit that develops, maintains and provides broad access to compliance management and deidentification frameworks, as well as related assessment and assurance methodologies to organizations so they can create, store and exchange information securely. HMI (Brentwood, Tenn.). HMI is a diversified healthcare company assisting providers in reducing costs and improving financial health and compliance through contract coding and coder quality reviews; improving professional staff clinical documentation and compliance; and providing revenue cycle services. Hollis Cobb Associates (Duluth, Ga.). Since 1977, Hollis Cobb has provided early out and bad debt collections services, as well as insurance follow-up, denials management, accounts receivable work down, special projects and other business office functions. Hospital IQ (Newton, Mass.). Hospital IQ works with hospitals and healthcare providers to optimize long-term strategies for the future. The company's cloud-based operations planning and management platform solutions are designed to provide operational clarity and data transparency that can help organizations achieve financial stability and growth. Huntington Technology Finance (Chicago). Huntington Technology Finance is an asset and finance provider with more than 30 years of experience partnering with hospitals. The company's inpatient Technology Refresh Programs are designed to integrate into existing processes to help control costs and include wearable clinical devices and mobile workstations for pharmacy automation. Huron (Chicago). Huron is a global consultancy focused on improving performance and sustaining leadership in markets they serve. The company's revenue cycle business works with clients to stabilize their financial core through sustainable and proven reimbursement processes. Imagine Software (Charlotte, N.C.). Imagine Software provides billing automation software and revenue management applications, offering technology solutions for medical billing offices, practices and hospitals. The company serves more than 75,000 physicians across multiple specialties, helping to improve financial efficiency, build provider reputation and enhance the patient experience. Impact Advisors (Naperville, Ill.). Impact Advisors is a national healthcare consulting firm focused on delivering strategic advisory, implementation and optimization services. The company provides a suite of patient access, clinical and revenue cycle services. In2itive (Overland Park, Kan.). In2itive Business Solutions is a full-service healthcare revenue cycle management consulting firm focused on the ambulatory surgery center, hospital and physician practice fields. In2itive's healthcare business consultants plug into existing software or create a new hosted system to set up a fully transparent workflow that helps organizations keep finances on track. Inbox Health (New Haven, Conn.). Inbox Health uses personalized interactions to deliver an optimal patient billing experience that reduces administrative waste and improves payment metrics. Their communication platform's advanced technology uses a combination of emails, text messages, voice calls and paper bills to reach patients. Infinx (San Jose, Calif.). Infinx provides revenue cycle management solutions for healthcare practices in multiple specialties, including radiology, pharmacy, pathology and plastic surgery. Combining the strength of a cloud-based RCM platform with an expert team of AAPC-certified medical coders and billing specialists, the company delivers solutions that focus on increasing revenue and improving cash flow. Ingenious Med (Atlanta). Ingenious Med focuses on improving physician productivity and hospital performance. The point-of-care mobile and web solution captures charges across the continuum, improves coding speed, accuracy and compliance and helps providers proactively manage care in value-based programs. It also enhances communication to align care teams and reduce variation in care. Innovaccer (San Francisco, Calif.). Innovaccer is a healthcare technology company that pioneers the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resource-enabled Data Activation Platform, a smart platform with unified patient records, analytics and decision support tools to enable transparent, real-time and collaborative healthcare. Innovative Healthcare Systems (Edmond, Okla.). Innovative Healthcare Systems provides revenue cycle management solutions to organizations to assist with contracting, credentialing, coding and billing processes, as well as reimbursement analysis. InstaMed (Philadelphia). InstaMed provides a payment platform that processes tens of billions of dollars in healthcare payments annually. The company's network connects around two-thirds of the healthcare market, including payers, providers and consumers on one platform. Integra Connect (West Palm Beach, Fla.). Launched in 2017, Integra Connect was purpose-built to help specialty medical practices thrive, clinically and financially, in the midst of the rise of value-based care. Integra Connect's technology-enabled RCM solution optimizes revenue for specialty practices operating under both fee-for-service and value-based payment models. Centauri Health Solutions (Phoenix). Formerly Integrated Health Management Services, Centauri is a revenue cycle management company that focuses on government payers. It helps hospitals maximize revenue from uninsured patients by enrolling them in Medicaid, as well as billing and following up with unpaid government receivables. InTouch Health (Santa Barbara, Calif.). InTouch Health offers providers technology-enabled solutions to assist in delivering virtual care. The company assists healthcare systems in deploying telehealth applications enterprisewide or off site, such as in unaffiliated hospitals and rehab centers. Jive Software (Campbell, Calif.). Jive Software offers a single platform for care coordination, critical communication and EHR experience. Jive supports HIPAA compliance and signs HIPAA business associate agreements with its customers. Kemberton (Franklin, Tenn.). Kemberton secures reimbursement for motor vehicle, workers' compensation and complex claims. It partners with healthcare providers to collect the revenue considered "uncollectible" with claims workflow automation, process optimization, rules-engine technology and teams resolving complex claims. KeyBridge (Lima, Ohio). KeyBridge, brings a different approach to early stage patient balance recovery and medical bad debt collection. They believe in providing financial services with care and empathy to enhance the patient experience, ultimately bringing maximum value back to hospitals and practices. Knack Global (Woodbridge, N.J.). Knack Global is a comprehensive solution provider for revenue cycle management, technological solutions and staffing support for healthcare providers. With over a decade of experience, the company has provided efficient solutions to hospitals, healthcare systems, physician groups, ASCs and more. LexBlue Professional Billing (Lexington, Ky.). LexBlue Professional Billing is a private and HIPAA-compliant medical billing company that offers highly personalized services to tailor to each client's needs. The company's intuitive software along with our staff will streamline everything from scheduling and storing patient information to sending insurance claims and collecting balances. Lifepoint Informatics (Glen Rock, N.J.). Lifepoint Informatics provides solutions on a unified workflow platform for seamless interoperability across multiple modalities, application layers and end-user devices. The company provides data integration solutions that facilitate health information exchange, EHR interfacing and integration, population health management and quality reporting among disparate clinical systems. Lightning Bolt Solutions (San Francisco). Lightning Bolt Solutions is the leading provider of automated physician scheduling for hospitals and health systems around the world, managing more than 3 million physician shift hours each month. Lightning Bolt uses advanced AI technology to optimize hospital operations by providing source-of-truth scheduling data to payroll and HR systems. L J Ross Associates, Inc. (Jackson, Mich.). Founded in 1992, L J Ross is a family-owned, minority-owned, privately held corporation. At L J Ross, the company's expertise is managing patient receivables for healthcare clients. L J Ross services are designed to increase your revenue, streamline your accounts receivable management processes and control costs while preserving valued patient relationships. The company specializes in early out, bad debt recovery and call center services that deliver a healthier bottom line to its partners. Loyale Healthcare (Lafayette, Calif.). Loyale Healthcare offers an end-to-end suite of solutions addressing provider collections. Founded in 1990 as CashNet, the company focuses on solutions to help providers collect from patients through financing options, balance notification, online payment options and secure digital communications. Managed Resources (Long Beach, Calif.). Managed Resources is a professional consulting group assisting health systems, hospitals and payers across the U.S. in achieving accurate and appropriate charging, documentation and payment through revenue cycle management services. Their services include denials and appeals management for clinical and technical denials, clinical denial audits, charge audits and CDI services. Mastercard Healthcare Solutions. Mastercard is a technology company in the global payments industry transforming its business by moving beyond cards and reimagining how its technology and capabilities benefit the healthcare ecosystem. With Mastercard Healthcare Solutions, a new suite of products is dedicated to helping healthcare partners detect fraud, waste and abuse, capture more revenue and protect patient health data. MC AnalyTXs (Houston). Founded in 1995, MC AnalyTXs's Medicare Review Project has recovered millions in underpayments for hospital clients, including some of the largest teaching hospitals in the country. MCA's proprietary computer system identifies discrepancies in claims for inpatient and outpatient visits for government and managed care payers. Medaptus (Boston). Medaptus offers a comprehensive revenue cycle optimization platform that has delivered measurable returns for hundreds of physician groups, hospitals, infusion clinics and other care settings. The solution integrates seamlessly with any EHR to improve the accuracy and timeliness of documented billing data; applying such artificial intelligence in turn helps increase staff productivity. Medasource (Indianapolis). Medasource is a national healthcare technology company that offers flexible human capital solutions and customized engagement models to meet and scale projects. The company's consultants support popular technologies for healthcare organizations, including enterprise-level health systems; pharmaceutical, diagnostic and device companies; and health insurers. MedAssist (Louisville, Ky.). MedAssist provides a suite of revenue cycle solutions aimed at helping hospitals achieve financial stability. The company's solutions focus on eligibility and enrollment, accounts receivable management and hospital business office management to meet clients' needs as patients are responsible for a greater portion of the payment, and the complexity of the revenue cycle grows. MedData (Houston). MedData is a national provider of healthcare technology solutions designed to engage patients and improve financial outcomes throughout the healthcare continuum. The company partners with more than 2,000 facilities nationwide to provide a unified managed service technologies solution and help them adapt to the changing healthcare environment. MedEvolve (Little Rock, Ark.). MedEvolve enables physician practices to work smarter and more accurately through practice management, revenue cycle management and practice analytics software and services. The company's unique consultative approach ensures that solutions fit with existing processes so providers begin to see positive results from Day One. MedEvolve gives physician practices a new level of insight that helps them identify problem areas and resolve issues quickly to improve the practice's financial performance. Medfinancial (Knoxville, Tenn.). Backed by over 30 years of loan origination and servicing experience, Medfinancial's suite of revenue cycle services are making a positive impact for provider partners and the patients they serve. By integrating proven servicing methodologies throughout the entire patient-financing life cycle, the company consistently sees high utilization rates, successful patient retention for Medfinancial and hospital partners, and industry-leading repayment rates. Medical Consults, LLC (Stamford, Conn.). Medical Consults is a nationwide full-service revenue cycle management company. It reviews billing, coding, reimbursement processes, financial systems, process flows and operational efficiencies. The company's recommendations have increased revenue by an average of 20 to 30 percent in just six months. Medical Payment Exchange (Rockville, Md.). MedX's services assist organizations with the 277 claim status. The company's automated process interrogates payer portals to identify denied, pending or unprocessed claims to provide organizations with actionable data long before the remittance arrives. MedX offers a cash advance to hospitals on both payer and patient responsibilities if necessary. Medical Practice Success (Texarkana, Texas). Medical Practice Success focuses on delivering custom solutions tailored to clients' revenue cycle operations. The company offers revenue optimization, revenue cycle management, medical billing and coding, credentialing and contracting, and more. Medical Practice Success also offers a 15 percent net cash improvement guarantee. MediRevv (Coralville, Iowa). MediRevv is a national revenue cycle management company that focuses on helping healthcare organizations grow more cash and keep more patients. The company's solutions include end-to-end revenue cycle management, early out, insurance A/R follow up, coding services, A/R wind down and revenue cycle consulting. Medkoder (Mandeville, La.). Medkoder is a full-service medical coding management services and technology provider. The company offers medical coding expertise in all physician service lines for the inpatient and outpatient setting, medical risk adjustment management, DRG coding management, coding education, clinical coding documentation improvement and revenue cycle consulting. Med-Metrix (Parsippany, N.J.). Med-Metrix provides a full suite of revenue cycle software and outsourced services to the healthcare provider marketplace. The company works within customers' existing structures to enhance day-to-day operations and increase the bottom line. Med-Metrix's revenue cycle services include patient accounting, patient access, denial recovery and accounts receivable services. MediMobile (Georgetown, Texas). MediMobile offers a highly customizable, enterprise-level suite of tools, including revenue cycle management, practice management, care coordination and business intelligence. A new technology the company developed provides visibility to clinical documentation in real time and is currently used to maximize revenue through reconciliation. Medphine Billing Services (U.S./India). Medphine is a comprehensive, end-to-end practice management company, focused on improving overall profitability and efficiency of the healthcare providers and entities. The company specializes in providing revenue cycle management services to superspecialties such as oncology, neurology, rheumatology and infusion-based services. MedPut (New York City). As an employee benefits program, MedPut provides funds for out-of-pocket medical expenses and achieves repayment through payroll deductions at zero percent interest. The company's goal is to encourage employees to undergo medical treatment in the early stages without using credit cards and reduce outstanding receivables for providers. Meduit (Charlotte, N.C.). Meduit is one of the nation’s leading top three revenue cycle solutions companies with decades of experience in the RCM arena, serving more than 850 hospitals and physician practices in 47 states. Meduit combines a state-of-the-art accounts receivable management model with advanced technologies and an experienced people-focused team to ensure that healthcare organizations have the resources available to provide more quality healthcare services to more patients. Mimecast (Boston). Founded in 2003, Mimecast provides next-generation cloud-based security, archiving, and continuity services to protect customers' email and make data safer. The company delivers comprehensive email-risk management services in a fully integrated subscription service. MiraMed (Lombard, Ill.). MiraMed Global Services is the premier global provider of business-process outsourcing solutions to healthcare organizations nationwide. MiraMed partners with hospitals, health networks, physician practices and related industry service organizations to provide customizable solutions, uncover and capitalize on hidden financial opportunities, improve productivity and ultimately increase profits. Modernizing Medicine (Boca Raton, Fla.). Modernizing Medicine provides EHR systems designed for medical specialists and specialty practices. The company's EHR solutions provide automated suggested coding, as well as practice management systems and business operations services. National Medical Billing Services (St. Louis). National Medical Billing Services is a revenue cycle outsourcing company focused on ASCs and affiliated surgeons. The company also partners with hospitals that have ASC joint ventures to maximize the value of their centers. National Medical provides a wide range of services, including full revenue cycle outsourcing, managed care contracting, due diligence and specialized financial analysis for ASCs. Nemadji (Bruno, Minn.). Nemadji helps healthcare facilities reduce uncompensated care and increase net revenue through a back-end eligibility detection solution, which reviews patient accounts for unknown or missing coverage from Medicare, Medicaid and commercial insurance. Netsmart (Overland Park, Kan.). Netsmart is a healthcare IT company developing technology and providing services that support individualized care and improve outcomes. Netsmart offers comprehensive revenue cycle management (RCM) services, including flexible resourcing and full back office support built to help organizations reduce costs and improve cash flow. Ni2 Health (Bothell, Wash.). Ni2 Health specializes in identifying new high leverage opportunities to improve an organization's financial performance. The company also provides execution leadership and support to ensure the opportunities identified become real bottom line improvements. Ni2 Health's goal is to identify and deliver $1 million to $2 million in financial performance improvement for smaller community hospitals and more for larger organizations. Nordic (Madison, Wis.). Nordic provides consulting services focused on strategy, technology and operations. The company earned the KLAS Top Performer in Revenue Cycle Optimization best in KLAS for 2017, 2018 and 2019. It is also the Black Book No. 1 in Epic EHR Consulting and Advisory Services category for 2018 and 2019. Nordis Technologies (Coral Springs, Fla.). Nordis Technologies provides cloud-based technology solutions for billing communications and payments that improve patient and provider experience and patient collections. Nordis’ customer communications management platform makes it fast and easy to develop personalized bills and other patient communications while applying each provider’s specific language, policies, brand and other requirements. nThrive (Alpharetta, Ga.). NThrive works with healthcare organizations to advise on revenue cycle processes and develop optimized financial performance for hospitals and health systems. The company earned the 2019 KLAS Category Leader in Contract Management recognition. Nuance (Burlington, Mass.). Nuance's healthcare solutions are designed to capture and communicate patient information to physicians and healthcare organizations. The company offers clinical speech recognition, medical transcription, coding and diagnostic imaging solutions to drive better patient care and financial outcomes. Nuance serves more than 10,000 healthcare organizations in the U.S. Olive (Columbus, Ohio). Olive's solutions use artificial intelligence to optimize the revenue cycle. Its platform automates the administrative processes to eliminate tedious tasks. The company partners with more than 40 healthcare organizations with 600-plus hospitals across the U.S. OM1 (Boston). OM1's outcomes management and predictive analytics tools are designed to take big data and make it meaningful and personalized to institutions. The company is focused on helping hospitals succeed with value-based care and alternative payment models, optimizing outcomes and providing tools to predict high-risk patients that can lower the total cost of care. Omega Healthcare (Boca Raton, Fla.). Omega, founded in 2004, is an offshore provider of a broad array of revenue cycle support services. The company has more than 18,000 employees in the U.S., India and the Philippines. Omega provides services to many of the premier RCM companies. Oncospark (Ashland, Ky.). Oncospark is an end-to-end revenue cycle management company with more than a decade of experience in fighting on behalf of physicians, hospitals and home healthcare companies. A global footprint and decades of healthcare RCM experience of its founders puts Oncospark in a position to offer best-in-class, technology-enabled solutions to complex billing problems. Oneview (Dublin). Oneview provides interactive patient engagement and clinical workflow solutions to healthcare organizations. The Oneview Patient Engagement and Clinical Workflow Solution provides the foundation for Oneview's services and functions. The platform provides a point-of-care access to IT systems through a variety of end-user devices. Finvi (Muncie, Ind.). Finvi, formerly Ontario Systems, is responsible for managing receivables at more than 600 hospitals, including five of the 15 largest hospital networks in the U.S. Founded in 1980, the company provides accounts receivable management and revenue cycle management solutions to healthcare providers. Optum (Eden Prairie, Minn.). Optum, part of UnitedHealth Group, provides 80 percent of hospitals with at least one revenue cycle management solution from its Optum360 products, managing $65 billion in billings annually. Optum360 helps healthcare organizations optimize their revenue cycle in the fee-for-service environment while preparing for value-based care with cost-saving automation, efficient staffing and standardized technology. EfficientC (Pewaukee, Wis.). EfficientC has proved instrumental to healthcare business offices — from critical access hospitals to large health systems seeking to improve GDRO, cash flow and aging. The company provides a single solution for clearinghouse services, claim scrubbing and editing, appeal processing and denial management. OSG Diamond Healthcare Solutions (Carol Stream, Ill.). OSG Diamond Healthcare Solutions specializes in creating and delivering patient obligation communications for healthcare revenue cycle management. Through their proprietary technology, tools and processes, they help providers accelerate their accounts receivable cash flow, enhance financial management and improve their image with their patients. PatientPoint (Cincinnati). PatientPoint develops technologies that provide actionable intelligence on conditions, treatments and lifestyle choices during healthcare delivery. The company's platforms include a digital waiting room screen, patient mobile, digital wall board, exam room and infusion room tablet. P3 Healthcare Solutions (Ontario, Calif.). P3 Healthcare Solutions, also known as P3Care, was founded in 2015 and is primarily a medical billing service and a CMS-recognized MIPS Qualified Registry. The company's goal is to expedite the care process by unburdening providers as their technology-driven HIT enterprise. Moreover, practices can consult P3 Healthcare Solutions for Medicare credentialing and enrollment and HIPAA security risk analysis accounts receivable in addition to the whole revenue cycle management process. Parallon (Nashville, Tenn.). Parallon's experts bring decades of experience in technology and complex revenue cycle management to its relationship with providers. Parallon's specialty solutions include self-pay services, bad debt collections, extended business office and insurance functions and physician billing as well as accounts receivable resolution. Patientco (Atlanta). Patientco is an enterprise payment solution designed to help healthcare systems maximize patient payments. Patientco offers a user-friendly automated payment platform and keeps the process moving from initial co

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