Hospital RCM Services

Netmark Business Services provides hospital revenue cycle management (RCM) services, including capturing patient demographics, coding, claims management, denial management, and collections, to help hospitals collect faster and optimize financial performance.

Netmark Hospital RCM Services

Netmark offers comprehensive revenue cycle management services for healthcare providers and hospitals to improve cash flow and achieve sustainable financial performance. Our services encompass all clinical and administrative processes involved in hospital Revenue Cycle Management (RCM).

Our tech-driven solutions are designed to support hospitals and healthcare facilities of all types and sizes. Our end-to-end RCM services unify healthcare’s clinical and business aspects by connecting administrative data, such as patient demographics and insurance provider information, with the treatment received by patients and their healthcare information.

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Our goal is to empower healthcare organizations and providers to increase their reimbursements, reduce the time spent on administrative tasks, and focus more on patient care. Netmark helps you streamline your revenue cycle and meet industry standards. Whether you need specific services within the revenue cycle or a full-service approach, Netmark enables you and your team to improve patient experiences while enhancing your business.

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Frequently Asked Questions

RCM stands for Revenue Cycle Management. It is the process of managing a hospital’s revenue cycle, from patient registration and scheduling to billing, collections, and reimbursement.

RCM stands for Revenue Cycle Management, which is the process of managing a hospital’s financial activities from patient check-in to final payment from the patient’s insurance company. This includes revenue management, billing, coding, claims management, denial management, and collections.

The RCM process begins when a patient is registered and scheduled for an appointment. From there, the hospital staff carries out necessary documentation, billing, coding, and claims management. This is followed by denial management and collections before the cycle ends with payment to the hospital.

There are two main types of Revenue Cycle Management: Front-end RCM and Back-end RCM. Front-end RCM includes patient registration, scheduling, and insurance verification. Back-end RCM includes billing, coding, claims management, denial management, and collections.