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Ambulatory Revenue Cycle Management Services 2023
Exploring Provider Perceptions of Outsourcing amid Mounting Pressures

author - Mollie Hunt
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Mollie Hunt
author - Alex McIntosh
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Alex McIntosh
author - Andy Paulsen
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Andy Paulsen
 
July 18, 2023 | Read Time: 6  minutes

Ambulatory provider organizations are feeling heightened reimbursement pressure due to continually changing payer claims requirements, shrinking allowable charges, and increased patient financial responsibilities. On top of those external challenges, organizations are also seeing stricter staffing budgets and difficulties recruiting qualified employees. Many clinical leaders are outsourcing multiple revenue cycle responsibilities to combat these challenges, lower staffing expenses, and entrust their financial health to industry experts. For this report, KLAS talked to 61 primary and specialty care clinics to examine perceptions of outsourced revenue cycle management (RCM) services and what deficiencies still exist in the market.

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Key Findings:

  1. Provider Organizations Struggling to Manage Changing Authorization Requirements and Lower Allowable Charges
  2. Staff Recruiting and Retention Difficulties Increase Need for Outsourcing
  3. Provider Organizations Want Firms That Are Accessible, Transparent, and Invested in Their Success
  4. Overall Perception of Offshore Support Is Generally Negative; Provider Organizations Want Firms Who Understand Specialties and Local Regulations
author - Carlisa Cramer
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Carlisa Cramer
author - Bronson Allgood
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Bronson Allgood
author - Andrew Wright
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Andrew Wright
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