“Next year is a pivotal one for hospitals across America, and revenue cycle is a key area where they’re going to invest,” said
Black Book™ surveyed 3,700 healthcare financial executives, administrators, and managers at 557 hospital and inpatient facilities to assess revenue cycle outcomes across 18 factors. The result: McKesson RelayHealth Financial achieved four out of four possible “A” ratings for RCM Satisfaction by segment (large systems, small systems, IPAs/ACOs, IDNs), the highest rating achieved by the top 20 vendors in the report.
Each “A” rating represents greater than 90 percent satisfaction with a vendor’s revenue cycle management solution in one of four categories. “B” ratings represent 80 to 90 percent satisfaction, while “C” ratings indicate 70 to 80 percent satisfaction. RelayHealth Financial did not receive any C ratings in any category.
According to Black Book, complex system vendors are typically in use at large hospitals and academic medical centers with over 400 beds. A vendor must have at least 20 unique hospital clients to be included in Black Book’s research.
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