Remittance Outsourcing for Management Services Organizations (MSOs) to a Single Receiver With physician practice group consolidation, efficiently processing and posting remittances for multiple practice management (PM) systems, clearinghouses and bank lockboxes can become significantly complex. This is especially true if all the groups are reporting to a single Tax ID and the clearinghouse ERAs are
Identifying and Re-Associating PLBs The following is an excerpt from our client support newsletter called “A Closer Look”, which provides helpful information in dealing with common payment processing, denial/defect and reconciliation issues. This particular article looked into the complexities associated with Provider Level Balance Adjustments (aka PLBs). If you would like to know more about
Managing Cash Flow in a Multi-Vendor Environment For larger practice groups and MSOs, the complexities of a multi-vendor environment can often inhibit efficiency and adversely affect cash flow. This is especially true for organizations with business units using a variety of EMR/Practice Management (PM) Systems and Clearinghouses to capture charges, process claims and receive payor
Combining BPO Services with a Single Cash Management Solution While many Physician Practice Groups currently use a Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) vendor, they may not have ever investigated the potential benefits of using of a combined BPO Services + Single Cash Management Solution. Let’s take a look at why this type of outsourced service may
Segmenting Practice Group Bank Deposits by Business Unit For many of our clients, having the ability to segment bank deposits by business unit saves them a considerable amount of time and effort in managing their funds distribution. With ReMedics Treasury Reconciliation Services, bank deposits are segmented, balanced and reconciled daily for divisional and corporate-wide groups.
Connecting Core Business Systems to a Single Cash Management Platform One of the major challenges of a Practice Group merger or acquisition is with the introduction of a new Practice Management System and Billing Application to an expanded group of physicians and their support staff. Significant IT time and costs go into data migration, training