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Meduit knows revenue cycle management like no one else.

Our comprehensive suite of revenue cycle management services accelerates cash flow for a greater return on investment than can be achieved by managing receivables in-house.

We start by assessing your specific needs to develop strategies designed to meet your goals. But more than that, we earn trust by recovering more money faster and with a compassionate approach that sets us apart.

Born out of a drive for excellence and a passion for RCM for healthcare organizations and the patients they serve, Meduit delivers:

A unique accounts receivable model and methodology focused on 3 key metrics
A sophisticated and highly experienced healthcare financial consulting team
Innovative technology to repeatedly achieve higher net recovery rates
Dedicated in-house compliance and data security teams with industry-leading processes

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3 Reasons To Outsource Legacy Work During EHR Implementation

  Implementation of a new Electronic Health Records system (EHR) is an expensive endeavor. Up-front costs can be enormous, but there are also many hidden costs that can be extremely problematic for hospitals and physician groups during the conversion process. Outsourcing legacy support can take some of the strain off your revenue cycle and your staff.

Benchmarking Your Way to a Better Bottom Line: How to Use Data for Process Improvement

To properly monitor, manage, and maintain your revenue cycle processes you must first understand where they are and how they got there. This is where benchmarking comes in.

FAQ: Can I Collect from a Patient's Estate?

In recent months a number of our MedCollect clients have asked whether they can attempt to collect from a patient?s estate after the patient has passed and, if so, how to go about it. Whether to attempt to collect a patient?s account balance after their passing is a business decision every healthcare organization must make, and if yours has decided to pursue these balances there are a few key regulations to consider. Please note that the regulations discussed in this article are part of the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA) and therefore apply to third-party debt collectors, like your medical collection agency.