Change Healthcare adds 2 collection services, Zotec extends Desert Radiology agreement & more — 11 RCM key notes
Here are 11 recent updates on revenue cycle management companies.
1. Minneapolis-based ABILITY Network, an applications and analytics provider for revenue cycle management, acquired San Diego-based ShiftHound, a cloud-based software-as-a-service healthcare workforce management solutions company.
2. Nashville, Tenn.-based Change Healthcare — a software and analytics, network solutions and technology services provider — deployed two additional provider collection solutions.
3. Streamline Health Solutions, a provider of healthcare revenue cycle solutions, agreed to provide services and technology to a nonprofit regional medical center with more than 600 beds located on the west coast.
4. Revenue cycle management services provider Meridian Medical Management selected Amendola Communications, a healthcare and health IT public relations and marketing agency, to assist with content creation.
5. Patient Accounts Services, a healthcare revenue cycle management provider, and The Sirrus Group, which specializes in insurance reimbursement services, merged under a new name: Acclara Solutions.
6. Media, Pa.-based Healthcare Administrative Partners, a provider of revenue cycle, coding and practice management services for specialty physician practices, unveiled Merit-Based Incentive Payment System compliance solutions.
7. Las Vegas-based Desert Radiology extended its agreement with Zotec Partners, a provider of radiology revenue cycle management services.
8. MCH Professional Care, a medical group of Odessa, Texas-based Medical Center Health System, selected Conifer Health Solutions, a provider of revenue cycle management solutions, for physician RCM services.
9. GeBBS Healthcare Solutions, a provider of revenue cycle management and health information management solutions, opened a global delivery center in Aurangabad, India.
10. Apria Healthcare Group, a medical equipment provider based in Lake Forest, Calif., is joining forces with CarePayment, a financial engagement company based in Nashville, Tenn., to expand payment options for patients.
11. HEALTHCAREfirst, which offers web-based home health and hospice software, billing and coding services and advanced analytics, partnered with ABILITY Network, an IT company that provides revenue cycle and clinical management apps and data analytic services.
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