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Revenue Cycle Consulting - Transformation Report 2006

May 4, 2006

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Providers faced with tight margins and huge receivables are continually fine-tuning their reimbursement strategies, reviewing their compliance performance, and seeking ways to collect more cash on a timely basis. To help them maximize their assets and boost their bottom line, some providers have turned to professional service firms to evaluate and reengineer, or transform, their revenue cycles.

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What are the outcomes of such high-cost engagements? Are the outcomes sustainable or short-lived? Are there any "buyer-beware" cautions providers need to be aware of?

KLAS recently conducted a study into the current state and outcomes of revenue cycle transformation completed by professional services for acute care provider organizations.

Benefit from the advice of experienced providers in this 170-page report.

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