Revenue cycle management (RCM) is key to keeping the doors open and the lights on. Many practices choose to outsource this vital service. There are many factors that should be considered when choosing the right vendor to perform this service. TMA wants to give you the tools to help you shop; even if you don’t choose one of the vendors compared, the information will help you ask the right questions when evaluating a service. This tool was developed under the direction of the TMA Council on Practice Management Services. It compares four RCM vendors identified by TMA’s Practice Consulting department. The comparison shows scalability for practice sizes, specialties, payment model, and unique service offerings – all so that physicians do not waste time researching a vendor that cannot meet their needs.
All of the information included in the comparison tool was self-reported by each vendor. Although TMA doesn't guarantee complete accuracy at all times, TMA will work with each vendor to update the information as needed so the tool is as dynamic and up-to-date as possible.
Please note: No RCM vendors are endorsed by the Texas Medical Association.
View the top questions physicians may want to ask when comparing RCM vendors before making a selection.
Each of the links below will take you to a detailed profile of the vendor.
All of the information was self-reported by each vendor. Please note: No RCM vendors are endorsed by the Texas Medical Association. TMA invited multiple RCM vendors identified by TMA's Practice Consulting department. Not all vendors chose to participate.
View Access Healthcare Profile
View AmericanRCM Profile
View EqualizeRCM Services Profile
View R1 RCM Profile
Got Revenue Cycle Management questions? Contact the Knowledge Center.
The Texas Medical Association’s practice management consultants can perform an in-depth review of your billing processes through a Revenue Cycle Assessment, and pinpoint any areas where you may be leaking revenue.
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