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Meduit knows revenue cycle solutions like no one else.

Our comprehensive suite of revenue cycle solutions accelerates cash flow for a greater return on investment that 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 revenue cycle solutions 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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Meduit Gets Graded by Our Customers

Meduit?s recently conducted Net Promoter Score (NPS) results are in from our clients and the news is surprising ? even to us. The core of any NPS is if your customers would recommend you to someone ? nice and simple yet powerful and telling question because it says it all.

Defining True AI Leads Convos at NCHFMA

Revenue cycle management leaders from Wake Forest Baptist Health, Atrium Health and Lexington Medical Center led a compelling session on defining true artificial intelligence (AI) at the North Carolina HFMA annual conference March 4-6 in Pinehurst, NC.

Meduit Statement Regarding COVID-19

Please note, our COVID-19 response needs to be considered fluid as new information is constantly being revealed regarding this virus, and Meduit is adjusting our response accordingly. We are monitoring all local, state and national authorities and agencies including the CDC and WHO to ensure our preventative measures are appropriate.