Challenges with Physician Practice Group M&A

Common Challenges with Physician Practice Group Mergers & Acquisitions Strategies for Success For practice groups planning a merger or acquisition, there are numerous challenges that can delay the process. Maintaining current Practice Management (PM) systems, deciding on how funds will get distributed and staffing decisions are just a few examples. ReMedics specializes in correcting many

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Streamlining Post-Merger Integrations

Streamlining Post-Merger Integrations When merging two or more practice groups together, there’s a considerable amount of work to be done in negotiating agreements and in working through all of the organizational details. Some may say, however, that after the papers are signed, the real work is just getting started. When it comes to the revenue

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Case Study | Merging Practice Groups with Multiple PM Systems

Case Study Preview: A Collaboration of ENT Practice Groups  A new case study published by ReMedics features a collaboration of four ENT Physician Groups that treat over 20,000 patients a year. They currently have over a dozen combined locations, providing comprehensive medical and surgical care. The individual practice groups desired to maintain their business autonomy,

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Maintaining Bank Relationships with a Practice Group Merger

How to Keep Your Banking and Clearinghouse Relationships with a Practice Group Merger  Banks provide several key services in the revenue cycle, starting with being the recipient of funds as well as EOBs and correspondence via lockbox services. Clearinghouses are are integral to healthcare providers in order for them to forward claim information and receiving

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Maintaining Cash Flow with Practice Aggregation

Growth Strategies with Physician Practice Group Aggregation   Expanding a practice or MSO through Practice Group Aggregation can present a variety of revenue management obstacles that need to be planned for. One of the more challenging adjustments is when the newly acquired group is required to change its Practice Management (PM) system. This major disruption to

Physician Practice Group Mergers & Acquisitions

Maintaining Practice Management Systems After a Group Merger One of the many details to be navigated when facilitating a merger (or acquisition) is with switching an entire group of doctors and their support staff over to a dissimilar Practice Management System. The additional time spent with installation, staff training and vendor support can result in