Decades of revenue cycle management expertise, coupled with six sigma processes using best-in-class technology solutions and transparency through data analytics, allow us to deliver up to 15% long-term sustained increase in collections for healthcare providers.
We know we are not perfect, therefore we try harder!! Our team is measured on improving the performance of our clients. We strive to be creative and innovative to exceed industry benchmarks for revenue cycle management
Beth Huggins: Practice Administrator: Multispecialty Clinic
Compassion towards Clients, Focus on Improving Practice Revenue.
Rizvanna Z: Practice Manager: Internal Medicine
Proactiveness, Transparency, Communication, Focus in improving practice revenue.
Raj Kanyaboina: CEO: Probe Practice Solutions
Learnability, Openness, Communication, Focus on Improving Practice Revenue
Caring for Healthcare Providers
While you’re busy taking care of patients, our client service executives coordinate with your practice lead to work as 2-as-a-team for your practice. We work as an extension of your team. Your business is our business.
We’re a one stop shop for your practice. We help with new practice set-up, practice marketing, coding & charge capture, medical billing and more. We break silos, improve overall practice operations, bring automation and help improve the patient experience.
For most practices we are able to deliver more than 15% long-term sustained increase in collections within 6 months of onboarding. We take the baseline before onboarding, estimate the increase in revenue we can obtain and then deploy the RCM best practices and tools necessary to deliver guaranteed results.
Surpass all Industry Standard Key Performance Indicators by partnering with us for all things Revenue Cycle Management. That means, front (eligibility), middle (claims processing) and back end (accounts receivable) management of your revenue. It will help you save your valuable time, decrease denial rates, increase practice revenue and profit and improve cashflow.
Average Decrease in Denial Rates
Sustained Long-Term Increase in Collections
of Account Receivable
Increased Charges by 15%, Increased Payments by 23%, and Reduced Account Receivables by 60%