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Revenue Cycle Management Services

The Right Products. Experienced People.

We simplify the complexity of your billing and revenue management process by coupling a robust solutions platform with our experienced, knowledgeable billing professionals, freeing you to focus on your patients and growing your practice.

We have hundreds of associates, including CPC/AHIMA certified and AAPC certified professional coders, to help clients across medical coding, billing and corrections, A/R management and patient billing, denial management and appeals.

We'll provide you with information and reporting so you can monitor your performance at your convenience, enabling you to focus on your patients.


5-10% of claims are DENIED Did you know a practice only recovers $15.7 for every $100 owed once a bad debt is turned over to collections? The average cost to rework a claim is $25 On average 30% of patients will walk out of the office without paying Almost all denials are preventable, but only 2/3rds are recoverable Anywhere from 50-65% of denied claims never get reworked If a patient receives an estimation, they are 60% more apt to pay than a patient who did not receive an estimate


TriZetto Provider Solutions provides comprehensive RCM business process management services, from registration to billing and collections.
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With TriZetto Provider Solutions we improved our revenue cycle management process right away. The integration process with TPS was seamless and we cut our expenses by 30 to 40 percent and increased productivity by 50 percent.
Greg Baker Business Director
Mid-Illinois Medical Care Associates

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We help physicians, hospitals and health systems simplify business processes and get accurate payments quickly. We will always look for new ways to help you improve revenue and increase cash flow. We will stay ahead of regulatory changes so your office will never struggle to keep up. All so you can focus on the one thing that really matters: doing what is best for your patients.

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