ASC's face complex revenue cycle challenges
With heightened reimbursement pressure, continually changing payer claims requirements, shrinking allowable charges, and increased patient financial responsibilities, the bottom line is becoming more important for ASCs. All this, combined with qualified labor shortages, means it’s more difficult than ever to focus on what’s most important — providing quality patient care.
The accuracy of coding, charge capture, billing, and reimbursement is critical for ASCs, now more than ever. Savista has proven expertise and offers comprehensive Revenue Cycle Management services across Coding, Revenue Integrity, Accounts Receivable, Patient Responsibility and more. We have the capabilities to partner with standalone ASCs, independent groups, hospital-affiliated locations, and management companies.
ABOUT OUR WORKFORCE
- AR leadership team with an average 20 years' experience
- Global coders all with 4-year degrees
- Workforce holds 20+ accreditations across the revenue cycle
- Coding lead team with an average 12 years' experience
- Expertise with all EHR systems. We are technology agnostic
How can Savista help?
Reach out for a no pressure conversation to learn more about how our revenue cycle management services can help Ambulatory Surgery Centers like yours. Contact a representative today and put our expertise to work.
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