Aprima Medical Software has announced that it earned high ratings for its RCM services in a KLAS® specialty report highlighting ambulatory billing services, released on October 13th.
According to the company, they’ve earned the highest ratings among competitors for their management of the claims denials process and for taking the RCM partnership “to the next level.” Aprima was one of a dozen vendors reviewed in the KLAS report entitled, “Ambulatory Billing Services 2016,” which evaluated how vendors are meeting the needs of the market. The Aprima clients participating in this report emphasized Aprima’s ability to “enhance the customer experience by helping customers streamline billing processes to drive efficiency.”
“We are proud that our customers rated us so highly for our efforts helping practices to manage denials and rejections, since this is an area in the RCM process that is extremely challenging, yet so critical for provider success,” said Michael Nissenbaum, president and CEO of Aprima. “We are also pleased that our customers gave us high marks for the quality of guidance we provide and for being recognized as the highest-rated vendor for taking the RCM partnership to the next level. Aprima will continue to invest human capital and financial resources to further enhance the Aprima RCM experience for current and future customers.”
“Aprima RCM has enabled us to improve our collections, reduce denials and underpayments and increase reimbursements – all while helping us maintain focus on caring for our patients,” said Aprima RCM customer Michael Wayne, DO, president of Envision Medical Group.
The KLAS report recognized Aprima as a “high-performing option” for small practices and noted that practices using Aprima find that the company “is striving to build a business partnership by giving customers a deeper understanding of their billing processes through close communication and guidance.” Aprima was also acknowledged for helping “elevate customers’ billing efficiency by sharing best practices.”
“As the authors of this report point out, the popularity of RCM services in the ambulatory segment has ‘exploded’ in recent years and we are pleased that Aprima is recognized as one of the leaders in this space,” said Kellye Sherbet, president of Aprima RCM services. “We believe our role is to be a proactive partner in the RCM process. As evidenced by our customers’ ratings, Aprima is committed to helping providers bring in all the money due to them.”
For a personal demo of Aprima, stop by our booth at the following upcoming conferences:
- American Academy of Pediatrics, Booth 910
- MGMA Booth 1107
- American College of Phlebology, Booth 513
- American College of Rheumatology, Booth 1218