Whether you’re worried about keeping the doors open, or you’re pondering how to manage unprecedented organizational growth, or (most likely) you’re somewhere in between, there is pressure. Pressure to perform financially, to be lean and efficient operationally, to rock the patient financial experience but at the same time address shrinking margins and ever-changing regulatory requirements.
Sometimes on top of all that, there's a curveball — a tempestuous system conversion, a gaping hole in leadership, a merger or acquisition, or whatever you’re facing today. Suddenly acheiving “best practice” seems light-years away, and your current roadmap no longer addresses your most urgent needs.
Take pause. Consider consulting and, as a side note, set aside the commonly held belief that consulting slows everything down.
And the outcomes are more than enlightening. They are tested and proven in situations similar to yours.
Our revenue cycle leaders once sat in your seat.
That means it's natural for us to take a seat in your revenue cycle leadership when you are faced with a vacancy or you need to supplement your existing team.
Interim revenue cycle management means we place proven revenue cycle experts as "feet on the ground" in leadership positions. We might fill a recently vacated role, or we might create a new or hybrid role based on your needs. Typically, interim leaders fill roles like director of revenue cycle or patient accounts, or front-end revenue cycle or patient access manager and they stay for 6-12 months.
Our interim leaders are there to drive your revenue cycle forward and give you peace of mind.
A small community hospital in the Midwest found itself without revenue cycle leadership. In less than two weeks we had “feet on the ground” — a proven revenue cycle expert —filling the interim leadership role. He is simultaneously assessed current operations and drove revenue cycle performance to stabilize the situation.
MediRevv’s people have done an excellent job reducing our A/R days and reducing the cost. They also have improved patient satisfaction levels.