Your medical practice is a complex business. Managing that business takes valuable time away from patient care and adds a mountain of stressors for owners and managers.
Practicefirst takes a customized approach for each client, determining the operations that would benefit directly from our oversight and positively impact your bottom line.
Below are just some of the practice management services we offer, on both short- and long-term contracts
Accounting and bookkeeping services
Payer contract negotiations
Recruitment, hiring and training of administrative support team
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Do You Have These Problems?
Denied claims on account of credentialing and enrollment issues
Unacceptable level of unpaid claims over 90 days
Inadequate revenue due to documentation errors
Unfair reimbursement based on old payer contracts
Lack of compliance program as required by OMIG
Hiring and training the right front-end staff
If you answered "yes" to any of these, please call us. We'll show you how we've helped our current clients, and how we can you help resolve these problems.
How Much Will It Cost?
Prices are customized on many factors including insurance mix, specialty, software system and practice volume.
We can't tell you how much our services will cost until we understand what you really need. Some practices could use a little help with revenue management or compliance, others would benefit from a complete strategic alliance.
What we can tell you is that we won't take on clients if we can't positively impact their bottom line. Contact us today and let's see if we're a good fit.
Meet Our Expert
As Director of Finance, Megan Henderson focuses on “the numbers side” of Practicefirst’s operation, but she also has a passion for “the people side.” Her wide-ranging responsibilities include accounting, bookkeeping, facility management and human resources. She provides leadership for some of these functions for clients.
In addition to overseeing Practicefirst’s financials, Ms. Henderson analyzes client operations and finances to determine how both organizations can work more efficiently together and increase profitability.