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    Revenue management system launched for urology practices

    Integra Connect has made available a new turnkey revenue cycle management (RCM) service optimized for specialty practices operating under both fee-for-service and value-based payment models. The company says the service is designed to maximize revenue through the transition to value-based reimbursement by augmenting its payment and denial management capabilities with Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) measurement, Alternative Payment Model (APM) quality measurement, analysis, and contract oversight, enabling a holistic and actionable view of practice finances. The service is cloud based and has been initially focused on large urology and oncology practices who see a larger percentage of Medicare patients and face significant disruption as Medicare continues its goal of converting reimbursements to MIPS. Features of the service include an implementation and operations team with urology-domain experience, strategy review and evaluation, and analytics with real-time capabilities. The RCM service can be complemented by Integra Connect’s population health capabilities and APM development and management services.

    For more information, visit www.integraconnect.com.

    Ben Schwartz
    Ben Schwartz is Associate Editor, Dermatology Times & Urology Times.

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