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Why is Dentistry a Stressful Job?

There is no profession that is a walk in the park, especially if you are running your own business. This applies to Dentistry as well. The difficulties and challenges associated with it make for a really stressful job. Much of the research conducted on mental and physical health of dentists points to how seriously stress and dissatisfaction affect their lives. Stress could be caused by multiple factors, from relationships with patients, working hours, time and scheduling pressure, technical issues, to job or income dissatisfaction.

A survey done by the British Dental Association in 2019 showed that out of the 2,053 respondents, a whopping 54.9% reported that they were experiencing high levels of stress related to their job and nearly half of this number claimed to not be able to cope with this stress. 

Why exactly is dentistry a stressful job? Here are some of the common reasons:

Uncooperative patients

Imagine dealing with patients who are uncooperative, demanding, and not satisfied with what you are doing. It is bound to have a negative impact on your mental health. Every day, dentists are forced to have a cheerful disposition, a cheerful smile and be a thorough professional even in front of downright rude and mean patients. Add to that, patients who do their own research and attempt at-home remedies instead of taking professional help and this creates additional work to undo damage that should not have been done in the first place. Heightened emotions, worry, stress, depression, and anxiety, all naturally build up without a meaningful outlet.

Impact on physical health

Physical labor may seem minimal in the case of dentistry. What anyone pictures when they think about dentists is someone sitting comfortably on a chair while looking into patients’ mouths. The reality is that sitting in the same slouched position while having to constantly hold your arms up and your head down can cause pain and stiffness. The shoulders, arms, neck and back bear the brunt of this. It requires prolonged periods of ensuring that precise work is done without any sudden movements. In fact, Dentistry is considered to be one of the most physically demanding jobs. If the practice is a successful one with a continuous flow of patients, it leaves no time for relaxed breaks, exercise or even a bit of stretching. 

Economic pressure

With the economic environment and increased competition, the possibility of establishing a financially robust practice has become challenging. Dentists could work 24/7 and still may only earn a nominal amount considering that most of the cash flow gets invested back into running the practice. Most dentists are forced to work even during lunch hours due to financial constraints. The low number of breaks that they get to indulge in leaves them completely exhausted by the end of the day. Continuous overtime work and a huge workload could lead to burn-out. 

Confinement or isolation

The work dentists do is confined to a limited amount of physical space. Most dentists spend all of their time working within this space. There is little or no contact with the outside world, which makes them isolated. This also means that they do not have the benefit of regular peer-support that is available to other healthcare practitioners. 

Time pressure

Dentists are forced to go through long hours of exhausting work, which takes time away from any kind of leisure or entertainment and leaves them drained. They need to provide their undivided attention to every single patient as their work involves precise movements to be made with small and delicate tools. As the day progresses though, mental exhaustion and stiffness from prolonged hours of staying in the same position can cause loss of focus. This could mean that the same work could take more and more time to finish as the day moves forward. Additionally, it is quite impossible to predict when urgent care may be needed. If emergency situations arise during a packed day on the job, finding the time to meet all the appointments becomes difficult. Regardless of how well appointments are scheduled each day, one emergency could hijack a whole day’s work. 

Stress of perfection

Dentistry is a profession where even the tiniest of mistakes could have a huge physical and financial impact on both the dentist and the patient. Every step in the procedures done by dentists needs to be carefully curated. In case there are any errors in the services, the problem needs to be rectified as soon as possible. All this must be done while remaining calm and composed so as not to affect the patients. Ensuring that every step of each procedure is done perfectly is a very common reason for stress among dentists. 

Dentistry is undeniably one of the most stressful jobs there is, but it can certainly be made less stressful by following a healthy professional and personal lifestyle. As a first step, separate your work from your personal life; take breaks if needed. Set up sensible working hours with much-needed breaks. Exercise does not always have to be about cardio or HIIT. Simple stretches in between patients or walking on a regular basis within the halls of the practice can also have a positive impact. Improving your working environment can also make a huge difference. Become less isolated and try to share your worries with your fellow colleagues. All this can make dentistry a little less stressful and easier.

A Healthy Denial Management System Within RCM

The average claim denial rate has risen considerably over the past few years. This means that there is an increase in the number of payments getting delayed or unpaid, leading to a loss in revenue and disturbing a practice’s overall revenue flow. Practices often make the mistake of blaming insurers for claim denials, but it would in fact be a better use of time to analyze the denial management strategy that is being used. There are also times when they make the mistake of not following up on denied claims, leading to an additional loss of revenue.

What is denial management?

Denial management includes identifying and correcting registration, billing, and medical coding flaws through trend tracking in order to develop the best solutions for reducing the number of denials. It focuses on identifying the reasons for denials and developing solutions to either reduce the risk or avoid them entirely. It helps mitigate the chances for future denials, thus ensuring that a practice receives quicker payments and a steadfast cash flow.

What are the steps involved in denial management?

Identifying the root cause of denials

The real difficulty in denial management lies in identifying the root cause of most denials. Identifying the causes, especially the recurring ones, is really important for managing denials productively. Claim denials can happen for a lot of reasons, including late claim submission, duplicate claim submission, incorrect or missing patient data, services not covered by the plan, incorrect documentation, etc. Identifying the most common cause for denials will help the practice to take steps to correct the disconnect. 

Monitoring and tracking the denials

Another integral step in denial management is the monitoring and tracking of denials. It is important to have accurate records of the denied claims. This can be done according to the type, date of service, procedure codes used, patient name etc. Additionally, tracking can be done for each insurer that you file with. Maintaining the tracked date on the basis of time, source, number, and reason for denial can help with effective communication with the insurers. This aids in lowering the likelihood of future claim denials.

Managing denials

The next step is the actual resolution and the resubmission of claims. Managing the denials, however, is itself a multi-step process. It involves tracking all the denials, sorting through them to understand the different reasons for these denials and then creating a streamlined process to rectify them, if possible. The process then gets implemented and utilized each time there are denials and this needs to be done in as little a time as possible to avoid

Data Analysis In Revenue Cycle Management

Revenue cycle management maintains and operates the financial health of a dental practice and the challenges of running a healthy revenue cycle can be plenty. From accurately entering claim data and information to securing reimbursement and payments, several steps are involved in managing the revenue cycle of a practice. Inefficient revenue cycle management can put your practice at risk, as it not only hinders your practice’s growth but also results in a negative patient experience. Finding a solution for your RCM-related worries can be like attempting to find a needle in a haystack if a thorough understanding of where those problems occur is not achieved. Practices need to dig deeper into their revenue management if they truly want to fix their RCM and get back on the track of profitability and security.

This is where data analytics comes in; it offers you an insight into how precisely your RCM is running and where the difficulties lie. It also provides insights into everyday operations and projections of future trends and functions. This helps to make data-driven decisions and correct issues even before they occur. Such data-driven insights are required on a variety of topics, from profitability to the intricate analysis of lost revenue.

Data can be analyzed in three ways:


Descriptive analysis basically gives your practice the answer to the question, “What happened?” This is the threshold that practices should begin with as it is the simplest to perform. It mainly involves gathering and analyzing historical data about your practice. This provides you with information on potential revenue leaks caused by problems with insurance carriers, internal operations and the like. 


Diagnostic analysis helps answer the question, “Why did it happen?” It basically unearths links between all the data collected and helps your practice pinpoint what led to the problem in the first place. Identifying the cause of the problem and any connections with other problems will help you take action accordingly. 


Predictive analysis, on the other hand, provides your practice with an answer to the question, “What could possibly happen?” It takes the historical data collected, analyzes the patterns found, and then predicts future trends in the revenue flow of the organization. The practice can adjust its present revenue cycle billing method to reflect the trends identified from this analysis. This is also the type of analytics that a lot of practices use machine learning or artificial intelligence to perform. 


Prescriptive analysis is the most advanced form of analysis and it answers the question, “what should the practice do?” It makes one or more recommendations based on collected data, allowing the user to consider the potential results of each suggested course of action. The accuracy of prescriptive analysis depends heavily on the accuracy of the earlier steps and hence can be the most difficult to perform. The end result, however, is of high import and is undeniably a powerful tool for RCM. 

From improving your practice revenue to creating a better patient experience, data analytics can benefit your practice in a lot of ways. 

Some of the main benefits include:

Reducing minor errors

Data analytics helps validate the data collected during the revenue cycle management process. It scrubs your data for any minor errors, and compares the collected data to the information from the insurance provider.

Understanding your RCM better

Data analytics helps your practice identify and breakdown its revenue cycle process, thus letting you understand your RCM better. It also gives your practice a clear picture of each step involved in RCM, thereby making it easier to identify any one that is not performed accurately. With this, you can finally assess and benchmark your RCM processes. You can now create appealing reports that provide a complete picture of the actual state of your revenue cycle. It becomes much easier to improve your practice’s profitability when you can identify the main cause of a trend that results in decreased profitability.

Determining key performance indicators

KPIs provide essential data on healthcare revenue. They keep a close eye on the claims processing to spot any errors and also assess the denial rates for improved reimbursements. KPIs are very important for the growth of your revenue cycle, and these KPIs can only be identified through proper data analysis. Only through a thorough data analysis can the trends in the revenue cycle and the areas that need improvement be identified.

Improving patient experience

With proper data analysis, patient payment collection can be made a lot easier, giving you more time to focus on patient care and treatment. Your patient experience can improve exponentially when you have sufficient data collected through data analysis and understand how payment collection can be improved without causing any inconvenience to them.

Reducing denials

You can quickly identify patients and insurance companies that have frequent denials and rejections by incorporating data analytics into your revenue cycle management. This helps your practice improve its revenue flow by lowering its denial rate. Additionally, with proper data analysis, you can easily identify the frequent trends in denials, thereby making sure that you don’t endure similar denials or rejections in the future. Thus increasing your claim acceptance rate.

Understanding the performance of your revenue cycle is crucial for the steady growth of your practice. Remember, it is vital to remain on top of trends and benefit from utilizing data analysis in its entirety. Data analysis can provide insights into your practice that can help you make better decisions, increase revenue, operate more efficiently, and improve patient care.

Create a Better Dental Huddle Checklist

Daily huddles have been assimilated into the workings of several industries, including the oral health and dental industry. Practitioners see these huddles as a way to sync up first thing on a working day, organize the day’s tasks and provide an environment to bond. There are, however, several practitioners who find daily huddles unnecessary and ineffective. In several cases, this is, unfortunately, true. When huddles are conducted with no specific format or aim, they do tend to take up a lot of time and provide minimal to no value. The worst part is that most practices, if they fail on their first few tries, completely give up on the idea of a daily huddle. 

When done properly with specific goals in mind, daily huddles can boost productivity and morale. They can serve as an important performance indicator for a practice as they give insightful information about the impact of different strategies on the working and revenue production of the practice. They are meant to be short and succinct. The aim is to have the team/s aligned with the day’s goals and strategize for the day’s undertaking. 

Maintaining a checklist can help set up a huddle system that is pertinent to the practice.

Here are some of the important points that can be added to the daily huddle checklist.

  • A snapshot of the goals that must be reached and the methods for reaching them.
  • Targets that get met and how to improve them.
  • A comparison of the previous day’s actual collection against the projected collection or goal.
  • Updates and follow-ups on schedule modifications from the previous day.
  • Review of winning measures that help staff to attract more potential patients.
  • Discussion of challenges, difficulties, or confusions in the current day’s schedule and plans on how they can be sorted out.
  • Major procedures scheduled for the day.
  • New patients and special-needs patients.
  • Current day’s allotted emergency time. 
  • New and old patient’s details.
  • Necessary assistance with x-rays and other needs.
  • Discussions and confirmations of lab cases.
  • Results from post-op calls.
  • Overdue continuing care.
  • Financial information on the current day’s patients.
  • Patients that need X-rays or photos as per treatment guidelines. 

Daily huddles can benefit practices in a lot of ways. Here are some of the benefits of an effectively conducted daily huddle.

  • Helps in team collaboration and bonding
  • Prepares and inspires the team for the day
  • Can be used as a time-management tool
  • Helps identify any possible hiccups
  • Helps fend off any distractions
  • Can serve as a discussion and team interaction platform
  • Can be a platform to celebrate success

Daily huddles bring with it a variety of benefits. However, they can also become really boring and tiring, especially if there are a lot of topics being covered during one huddle. Each practice needs to prioritize and establish a system that works for them. It may take some time to create the perfect daily huddle system but in the end, it is sure to pay off.

Make Your Claims Billing Easy

After providing dental services to a patient, billing of claims follows as a matter-of-course. Claims billing has become a complicated process today. Different carriers, their various software infrastructure, different clearinghouses and their requirements, federal and state mandates, the myriad amounts of data and documentation required for preparing claims, all could make claims billing and submission quite confusing. Add to that the different types of services that patients may avail from a dental practice, and you have virtual chaos on your hands. Errorless claims billing, among other things, sets the foundation for the revenue cycle management of dental healthcare. Without a proper billing system, practices could find themselves disoriented. 

So, how can you make your claims billing easy?

Transparent Communication

Before any service is provided, every practice needs to ensure that information regarding services and payments is communicated to their patients. Transparency in communication is a crucial and one of the simplest and most effective ways to improve your claims billing process. Your patients need to be made aware of their responsibilities and data collection requirements, before availing the services. This ensures, firstly, that the patients are not subjected to any surprises about information or payments that they are responsible for. Secondly, it prevents the possibility of denials or part payments due to ignorance about the requirements within the claims process. Such information is especially required for services that are only partially covered or those that require copayments. Organizing your data and pieces of information that need to be given to your patient, will improve the chances of building a better bond with your patients, thus increasing the reliability of the practice.

Maintain and Update Patient Files

It is important that you keep your patient files updated at all times, as any inaccuracies in them can lead to wasted time and revenue losses. A change in insurance carriers, type of plan, demographics, services covered, copays and deductibles are all examples of the types of information that could change even mid-term. If such information is not updated on time, the revenue cycle gets disrupted. All such changes must be collected, verified thoroughly and updated regularly before the submission of claims. It follows that the first step to having a well-managed claims billing process is to have an up-to-date patient information file.

Maintain Sufficient Documentation

Documentation here refers to what is prepared for each service provided. Timely reimbursement depends hugely on proper and sufficient documentation. Each carrier would have different documentation requirements for claims. Some may even require additional documentation for specific procedures. Identifying what is required and ensuring that it is ready and accurate can drastically reduce the need to resubmit claims due to denials or part payments. 

Keep in touch with the patients as well as the insurance provider

Stay in touch with your patients as well as the insurance provider in case any additional information or updates on already existing ones is required. This ensures that you keep the channels of communication with your patients and insurance providers open, which, in turn, facilitates the chances of receiving important updates on all the necessary information needed for claims billing. 

Stay Up to date on Coding Regulations

A huge number of claim denials occur because of incorrect coding of the services rendered. This is a natural probability given the sheer volume of codes there are in the dental insurance field. Any change to the coding rules and regulations amplifies the problem. Staying up to date on coding changes, additions and/or deletions can save your practice the time and energy needed for reworking denied claims.

Tracking Frequencies, Exclusions, and Limitations

Usually, frequencies, exclusions, and limitations vary according to different insurance plans. The payment amounts available depends on these factors. There may be policies that even have age-group limitations for certain procedures. It is, therefore, crucial to obtain a copy of the patient’s information as well as an insurance certificate that details exclusions, age limitations, and plan benefits before the claims billing process.

Quality Control

Establishing quality control measures for claims submissions is a wise decision to make. It strengthens your claims billing process, wipes out any potential errors, and helps you cut out any unnecessary expenses. In addition to this, there is quite a bit of learning to be had in reviewing any past claims that were denied. This will help eliminate the same errors being made in future. 

Partnering with an RCM service provider

Claims billing is one of the most important and crucial steps in the RCM process and therefore requires a lot of attention and focus from the staff at your practice. It is only natural that not paying enough attention to it would cause negative impacts on your RCM. An RCM service provider mitigates the stress that is involved in running a practice. Your staff and you can focus entirely on patient care and treatment, while your RCM provider guides you through the complex revenue cycle processes. A competent RCM provider helps you create a well-planned and organized system to maintain a healthy revenue cycle. 

Create A Great Patient Retention Strategy

A lot of practices spend an exorbitant amount of time marketing for new patients. This seems logical as the more patients you get, the more your revenue, right? Not really. Sure, it’s great to have a lot of new patients but what is happening to the ones you already have? Are you spending sufficient time and resources on making sure that these patients are opting for your practice for their dental needs?  

The truth is that your efforts to bring in new patients will only be effective if you can successfully retain your current patients, keep them satisfied, and even happy. In this time of perpetual competition, changing insurance plans, and the intrusion of social media, it has become increasingly challenging for many practices to retain their patients. Patient loyalty is an intangible asset that leads to patient retention, and it doesn’t happen overnight. It takes time to grow and needs to be nurtured. Attracting new patients is important for the growth of your practice. However, not being able to retain these patients means that you are not gaining the full value of all your marketing strategies. Basically, the higher the patient satisfaction, the higher the patient retention, and consequently, the greater your revenue. 

Here are some of the best strategies or tips to retain your patients:

1. Focus on the best quality treatment

When it comes down to it, the quality of your dental service is what can speak volumes for your practice. Patients visit your practice to get the best treatment, and if they don’t receive quality treatment, they are sure to look for other options. Your priority, therefore, should be on providing quality treatment. Ensuring that you stay on top of new treatments and innovations in dental care will have a great impact on your patients remaining loyal to you. 

2. Provide an exceptional patient experience

Providing quality dental care may be a no-brainer but going the extra mile and providing value additions will go a long way to making a remarkable impression on your patients. Your patients have several options to choose from and it is quite easy for them to move from one practice to another. Creating a personalized dental plan, attention to detail on your patient’s preferences, initiating loyalty programs and holiday discount offers, early-bird offers, can all be catalysts for your patients to stay loyal to you. 

The ambiance that your practice provides can also have an impact on your patients. Consider upgrading your waiting area to make the ambiance feel warm and welcoming as opposed to being clinical. Simple things like providing ample parking areas can also have a huge impact on patient experience. 

Friendly, polite, and professional staff adds value to your logistical efforts. Train your staff periodically so that they are up to date on dental care and maintain professionalism even in touchy situations. Being approachable and returning phone calls on time are also aspects that your staff need to be aware of to make a positive impression on your patients. 

Additionally, you could also explore the feasibility of being accessible after hours. 

3. Establish a channel of communication with your patients

Establishing a transparent and continuous channel of communication is a crucial first step in patient retention. From registration to follow-up visits, there is a lot of information that needs to flow – back and forth – with your patients. This can include everything from giving them an idea of what to expect when they visit, the procedures they are likely to need, the patient responsibility, and right up to routines they can establish at home for better dental health. Establish your communication channels at the outset of your relationship with your patient. There may be a lot of information that a patient needs to plan out their dental care. Become a source for health-related information and help them reduce their information tracking needs. Over time, this practice will aid in gaining credence for your practice. 

4. Automate appointments, billing, and payment

One marketing strategy that can be utilized to positively influence your patients and build retention levels is to have a professional website set up. Your website can be a one-stop destination for your patients to get updated information about your services and dental know-how, book appointments and pay bills. Having an online appointment system available will allow them the flexibility of booking appointments at their convenience. 

The same goes for your billing and payment systems. An automated billing system ensures that your staff does not spend the bulk of their time working on billing for each patient’s visit and procedures. Providing multiple options for patients to make payments makes the process go faster for your patients and you. 

A Mobile app which allows for all these processes makes things go even faster and reduces the need for backend management by your staff. 

5. Reduce overbooking and wait times

Overbooking may be an accepted practice in the hospitality industry, but it may not fly well with your patients. It leaves them frustrated as dental care is a necessity rather than a source of entertainment. Planning appointments carefully while keeping in mind the procedures that your patients may need will also reduce their wait times at your clinic. Waiting for extended periods of time for a service that they have booked for can be a legitimate reason for them to feel frustrated and will reduce their favor. By respecting their time, you are making them feel valued and cherished. 

6. Address concerns upfront

Have regular surveys done to give your patients an opportunity to be honest about your services and their experience at your practice. Something as simple as setting up an automatic survey can be just the right step to receive great input from your patients for improvements. This will give your patients an opportunity to raise any concerns they may have.

Of course, having surveys and feedback mechanisms in place would be pointless if you do not address concerns or implement feedback on time. Your patients should not feel that their voices are not being heard. Connect with them once the feedback has been implemented and let them know of the changes you have made to make them feel extra special.   

Keep a check on reviews that your patients leave on review sites and social media as well. Address any concerns that they may have and thank them for leaving their feedback on these sites. 

Remember, every interaction is an opportunity, especially considering patients are walking testimonials for your practice. Your existing patients become your source for new patients.

What is the Accounts Receivable Process?

Every healthcare facility depends on a healthy revenue cycle, which is why effective accounts receivable management is an essential step in RCM. An accounts receivable is the payment that is to be collected from the patients or the insurance providers. It determines the revenue of your practice to a huge extent. The better you manage your accounts receivable, the greater the revenue of your practice will be. For a practice, it is very important that the payments are collected on time without a lot of delay, for its healthy functioning. Remember, the longer the days in AR, the higher the chances of payments going unpaid. As a result, effective AR management is what is required to prevent any unnecessary leakage in revenue and to collect the maximum reimbursement. However, managing accounts receivable is not as simple as it appears, rather, it is a difficult and exhausting task, and the practice and its staff frequently struggle with its management. Knowing and understanding the accounts receivable and the various processes involved in it can really help in improving your revenue cycle and increasing the revenue of your practice, making your accounts receivable management smoother and faster.

So, here are some of the processes involved in accounts receivable

Follow-up with insurance companies

Connect with the insurance provider for any details or additional information on insurance payment and regulation. This helps you stay up to date with the changing insurance policies and regulations so that you can submit your claims as per these updated rules and regulations and thereby avoid the denial of claims. Don’t shy away from maintaining continuous contact with the insurance provider as it could make your claim submission process easier and more effective.

Establishing credit terms and policies

Boundaries should be set, and policies must be put in place before providing any service to avoid any loss in revenue and protect the practice from any possible risks. Failure to establish such policies or raise patient awareness can result in payment delays or nonpayment. This can ultimately hurt your practice’s relationship with its patients. Make sure you communicate clearly with your patients about the payment process and other requirements so that they are not put in situations that make them feel uncomfortable or uneasy.

Collecting accurate information

Collect accurate information from your patients. Any inaccuracy in it can lead to the denial of claims. Also, stay up to date with this information, and know when changes happen. Various patient information and data, including personal as well as insurance data, needs to be collected before providing any services.

Sending invoices

The accounts receivable process cannot proceed without a proper invoice stage. Therefore, it is crucial to establish an organized process for producing and sending invoices. Patients often anticipate receiving notification of the amount they are meant to pay. Some even wait to see the total amount before making a payment. It is important as it provides your patients with clarity on transactional information. But always ensure that you send the invoices as soon as possible, because the longer it takes to send the invoice, the longer it takes for patients to make the payment. 

Tracking claims

Tracking claims is another important step in maintaining a healthy accounts receivable and, thereby, a successful revenue cycle. Make sure that you keep proper track of your claims even after the submission. This helps in identifying claim denials on time and also helps identify the different reasons for claim denials. This can help the practice take steps to prevent such denials from occurring again. Tracking claims could be your perfect solution for reducing claim denials, thereby increasing the revenue of your practice.

Recording AR activity

Recording all the payments received is another important step in managing accounts receivable. Remember to record every incoming payment so that the claims that go unpaid and the ones that take too long to get paid can be identified. This helps the practice to take steps to prevent the same from happening again and helps the practice identify patients who are at constant risk of never making their payment. Therefore, proper documentation of payment is necessary for the growth of practice.

Establishing payment terms and due dates

It is important to establish proper due dates and payment terms for your patients as there are high chances that they may forget about the payment or may not realize the seriousness of delaying payment. Establishing such due dates reminds them of their obligations and also helps in reducing delayed payments, thus ensuring maximum payment collection. To avoid misunderstandings, the practice should clearly define their payment terms, due dates etc., to their patients from the beginning.

Identifying and managing denials

Most of the revenue of a practice is lost in claim denials. Therefore, it becomes highly important for a practice to identify and avoid denials of claims. Even if a claim denial occurs, make sure that you rework and resubmit the claims as soon as possible to avoid further loss in revenue. Managing claim denials can be a demanding and exhausting task, but it is equally an important one that cannot be kept aside. Identifying and managing claim denials helps effectively collecting payments.

Final payment collection

This is the last step in the accounts receivable as well as revenue management cycle. It is the process in which all the due payments are collected from the patients or the insurance providers. Offer your patients a simple and straightforward payment option. This helps in increasing patient comfort and experience, thereby gaining their trust. Formulate the payment process as easily as possible for your patients to make the whole payment cycle a lot faster and smoother.

Why partner with an RCM service provider?

Managing the various steps involved in accounts receivable along with the other processes involved in RCM can be a very stressful and hectic task, disturbing the entire working of your practice. Partnering with an experienced RCM service provider could be your perfect solution. As they help you with managing your RCM, including accounts receivable, with the help of their expert professionals, you can provide your undivided attention to other important aspects of your practice, including patient care and treatment. They help in handling all your complex RCM related worries and create a peaceful environment in your practice.

Accounts receivable is, undoubtedly, a difficult and complex task, but it is also one of the most crucial processes in RCM. Make your AR process as fast as possible and reduce your days in AR to a minimum. Claims with account receivable days above 90 are at a high risk of going unpaid. A dedicated and well-managed AR can lower your lost revenue to a great extent and can take your practice on the path to success.