Increased Revenue Through Proactive Provider EnrollmentIn today’s complicated healthcare environment, providers must capture every billable dollar.
Client Case Study: Provider Enrollment Solution
Client Case Study:
Proactive management of your revenue cycle and keeping up with provider enrollment requirements and processing times are keys to maintaining a healthy bottom line.
One area where providers lose revenue is provider enrollment. Application processing, tracking, and diligent follow-up are difficult to manage. Additionally, providers are realizing that they can generate incremental revenue by reducing provider enrollment timeframes.
Client was losing revenue due to not enrolling its 200 Physician Assistants as standalone providers.
- Client looked at several internal and external provider enrollment options to process and manage the large provider enrollment initiative.
- Client had limited internal resources (staff and physical space) and wanted to start the project ASAP.
This world-renowned academic medical center is dedicated to discoveries that advance science, outstanding patient care throughout the world, and the education of physicians and scientists who carry on its legacy of excellence.
This 350-physician group provides convenient, high-quality healthcare to communities in New Jersey, offering a full range of outpatient health services including urgent care, primary care, specialty care, and occupational health.
Cooper University Health Care is the leading provider of health services throughout southern New Jersey. Along with its flagship hospital, Cooper University Hospital in Camden, the system includes a network of more than 100 outpatient