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Meduit is one of the nation’s leading revenue cycle solutions companies with decades of experience in the RCM arena, serving 850 hospitals and large physician practices in 46 states. Meduit combines a state-of-the-art accounts receivable management model with advanced technologies and an experienced people-focused team that takes a compassionate and supportive approach to working with patients.
Introducing Meduit’s new podcast series focusing on the healthcare revenue cycle and artificial intelligence (AI). We’ve just published our inaugural podcast: Artificial Intelligence Will Save the Revenue Cycle.
Jason Petrasich specializes in revenue cycle process design, efficiency and resource optimization. He leads the MeduitAITM division, which is committed to delivering transformational artificial intelligence (AI) and robotic process automation (RPA) solutions that help providers accelerate their accounts receivable.
We hear it every day from healthcare providers of all types, “How do I know what artificial intelligence (AI) and robotic process automation (RPA) tools to access to support my revenue cycle, and what kind of impact will these solutions have on my bottom line?” Meduit is here with answers.
Modern Healthcare has named Meduit in the top 5 U.S. healthcare revenue cycle companies. Every year, Modern Healthcare publishes its annual By the Numbers list of the top healthcare revenue cycle firms based on surveys of top healthcare revenue cycle firm leaders.
As part of Meduit’s commitment to continually innovate RCM solutions to help accelerate cash for providers, our team has just launched Meduit One - a new service line designed for healthcare-related individual and small group practitioners.
MedProveTM prediction solutions leverage predictive analytics and artificial intelligence to help providers direct resources smartly, reduce claim denials and work more efficiently with patients who qualify for charity programs.