The specialized revenue cycle management challenge for a provider organization is ultimately a human resource challenge. The claims flow is inconsistent, but requires a combination of specific legal knowledge, experience working with specific insurers, and continuous attention to requirements, deadlines, and follow-ups. Provider organizations face a constant battle to find and keep the right staff and to use them efficiently given the inconsistent and unpredictable flow. This is why our clients consider our revenue cycle consultants invaluable.
Because we are solely focused on revenue recovery and specialized revenue cycle management, Kemberton is able to optimize staffing for a consistently large and predictable flow of claims across our client base. Kemberton has the economies of scale to build and train teams with the best mix of skill sets, and leverage our deep knowledge base within our claims workflow automation tools that is based on years of experience and success. The result for our clients is consistent access to the critical skills, varied knowledge and latest best practices required for achieving the best results every time.
The Kemberton difference
Changing the way lost revenue is found
Kemberton sat down with Healthcare Finance News and discussed how the Kemberton difference is helping hospitals collect on previously uncollectible claims, generating millions of dollars that would otherwise be lost.
4 ways hospitals can lower claim denial rates
Kemberton’s President, Brandon Rife, discusses how hospitals can lower claim denial rates. Read these 4 tips to learn how you too can improve revenue cycle performance by lowering claim denial rates.
A fresh approach to collecting "Uncollectible" claims
Learn how Kemberton is giving hospitals a fresh approach in retrieving uncollectible claims. Kemberton’s CEO, George Abatjoglou, explains to Hospital Access Management how getting the right people involved can secure the payment. Most hospitals do have the right resources, but different departments are not acting in unison. A single, unified team acting under the same set of goals makes the difference, increasing the chance of a successful appeal.