PUREDI welcomes our newest client, Rolling Hills Behavioral Health Services. Rolling Hills provides mental health services to patients in post-acute settings in and around the Austin, Texas area. “We are thrilled to be working with owners Jill Foreman, PhD and Andy Greenstone, PsyD and their growing group of talented providers,” says Kathy Campbell, CEO of PUREDI. PUREDI will be providing full RCM software and services for the group in partnership with ChartPath, the groups EHR.
PUREDI knows the value of employees that are completely engaged in the work they perform on behalf of the company. After all, the ability to retain long-term client relationships in the revenue cycle management business is reliant upon quality account managers that can see the big picture, manage all the moving parts, provide excellent customer support, and consistently get the job done for you every day. Here is another testimonial from a client that typifies the quality of our employees:
“My name is Mary Mann and I work with Austin Geriatric Specialists. I have interacted with Kim for years. I just wanted to let you know how amazing she is and how grateful I am for her! She is always catching my mistakes and fixing them for me. She has NEVER been in a bad mood. She is nothing but delightful and professional.
I just wanted to take a moment to let you know what an exceptional employee you have; although, I suspect you already know!”
Another client recently returned to PUREDI after trying another billing company, only to realize that quality does matter:
“We are extremely happy that we will have an opportunity to work with you again. We gave notice today and look forward to starting things back up. Thanks Sharon, we have so appreciated your professionalism and help during this time, and hope to be working with you again ASAP.”
J.Foreman, PhD Rolling Hills Behavioral Health Services
Quality, engaged employees. The secret sauce!
CMS released two reports on September 18, 2017 detailing group and individual eligible professional’s participation results in the 2016 PQRS and Value-Based Modifier progams. These results include penalty and bonus information that will impact Part B reimbursement in 2018. Physicians and groups have until December 1, 2017 to appeal any penalties or bonus payments through the informal review process. To obtain your group’s PQRS Feedback Report or for more information and instructions on how to request a review, visit CMS’ Informal Review Request