Chicago — May 29, 2013 – The Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) recently reviewed TruBridge using the Peer Review process. After undergoing the rigorous review, TruBridge's Accounts Receivable Management Service has been awarded the "Peer Reviewed by HFMA®" designation.
TruBridge is a provider of business, consulting, and managed IT services to the rural community hospital market. Its Accounts Receivable Management Services encompass the full revenue cycle, helping clients to ensure that patient account processes flow smoothly from the beginning of each encounter through to the final payment. TruBridge gives clients an experienced management team that provides daily monitoring of critical indicators including accounts receivable cash flow, accounts receivable days, information management, medical records coding statistics, unbilled insurance claims, billed but unpaid claims, rejected claims and the management of private pay receivables and collections. It also provides online tracking and management tools to help clients stay informed. TruBridge hosts weekly conference calls to identify issues and promote best practices within client facilities and generates reports for clients to help them monitor the revenue cycle process, performance, and trending.
"The HFMA Peer Review program is an incredible asset for healthcare enterprises seeking proven, high-quality receivables services," said Chris Fowler, President of TruBridge. "We look forward to participation in the program and its unbiased assessment of the value, quality, and effectiveness of TruBridge’s Accounts Receivable Management Service. It is our expectation that the HFMA vetting process will positively affirm what our customers have known for quite some time—that TruBridge has the knowledge, experience, and customer support infrastructure necessary to help community hospitals succeed in meeting their business goals."
HFMA's Peer Review process provides healthcare financial managers with an objective third party evaluation of products and services used in the healthcare workplace. The rigorous, eleven-step process includes a Peer Review panel review made up of current customers, prospects who have not made a purchase, and industry experts. Peer Review status of the product or service and its performance claims are based on effectiveness, quality and usability, price, value, and customer and technical support.
"HFMA’s Peer Review process provides our membership with the assurance that those who have earned the designation have met a rigorous screening process," says HFMA President and CEO Joseph J. Fifer, FHFMA, CPA. "The Peer Reviewed designation helps members and others identify and evaluate products and services that their organization may need. It can also create brand awareness and recognition in the healthcare finance marketplace for Peer Reviewed products and services."
The Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) provides the resources healthcare organizations need to achieve sound fiscal health in order to provide excellent patient care. With more than 40,000 members, HFMA is the nation's leading membership organization of healthcare finance executives and leaders. HFMA helps its members achieve results by providing education, analysis, and guidance, and creating practical tools and solutions that optimize financial management. The organization is a respected and innovative thought leader on top trends and challenges facing the healthcare finance industry. From addressing capital access to improved patient care to technology advancement, HFMA is an indispensable resource on healthcare finance issues.
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About TruBridge, LLC
TruBridge has its roots in CPSI, a leading provider of EHR software solutions. Today, it is a separate company focused exclusively on providing business, consulting, and managed IT services. TruBridge brings 30 years of expertise in delivering effective solutions created for unique challenges faced by community healthcare organizations.
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Publication Date: Tuesday, May 28, 2013