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The number of accounts already worked by Meduit’s AI solution

Meduit knows revenue cycle solutions like no one else.

Meduit delivers efficient and effective revenue cycle management solutions that lead to measurable, high-performing results that maximize ROI for hospitals, health systems and physician groups. 

Meduit’s RCM services help lower cost, increase accuracy and collect cash faster thanks to a more efficient, automated process.

Leveraging artificial intelligence technologies, Meduit’s revenue cycle management solutions:

Do the work cheaper than clients can do it themselves
Accelerate cash flow by ensuring payer deadlines are met
Collect cash faster thanks to a more efficient process

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Taking the Pulse of Healthcare RCM Technology: What’s New and What’s Next

As we approach the halfway mark of 2024, healthcare costs in the United States continue to reach unprecedented heights. In 2023, expenditures were expected to reach up to $4.7 trillion. In 2031, that number is projected to be $7.2 trillion. (1) These dollar amounts underscore how critical it is for hospitals, health systems, and private practices to have the right revenue cycle infrastructure in place. Without one, collecting the funds required to expand services and meet the changing needs of patients is virtually impossible. 

Conquer Escalating Claim Denial Rates

Insurance denial rates have increased 20% in the last five years, according to a report by Healthcare Finance News. These rising denial rates are negatively impacting reimbursements and causing huge administrative burdens for hospitals, health systems and physician groups.

New Report Reveals Healthcare Organizations Are Paying the Price For Claim Denials.

Managing denied claims has long put a financial strain on hospitals and health systems. In the past few years, the problem has only worsened as payers use AI to help delay payments and turn the claims process into a labyrinth for hospitals to navigate.