Accounts Receivable Management is Central to Financing Technology Enhancement Package
In addition to its post-acute nursing home, the organization operates a
critical-access hospital and physician clinic on its campus in rural
“We were looking for a way to recover more dollars, faster, from
government payors for the
The TruBridge accounts receivable management service is a new offering from AHT – a result of becoming part of the CPSI family of companies early in 2016. CPSI’s TruBridge business consulting group has a long history of providing Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) services and improving receivables collection and management for hospitals -- and now post-acute nursing facilities.
Chase said that AHT’s medical charting technology is part of its overall electronic health records (EHR) solution for post-acute and senior living organizations. Physician and nursing notes, lab results, prescription information, billing history, immunization records and more are charted quickly, easily and accurately into the system.
CPSI is a leading provider of healthcare IT solutions and services for rural and community hospitals and post-acute care facilities. Founded in 1979, CPSI is the parent of five companies –
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