Lincoln, Nebraska – October 12, 2018 – TELCOR Inc is honored to sponsor the 2018 Q1 Productions Diagnostic Coverage and Reimbursement conference. This semi-annual conference will delve into crucial issues for 2018 taking into account the evolving payer landscape as well as the integration of PAMA.
Going on its 11th year, more than 1,000 industry stakeholders will take part in this conference to discuss and debate changes in the industry while at the same time, acquire tangible solutions to overcoming barriers to coverage.
TELCOR is excited to announce Joni Crumrine, Senior Analyst, will present “How to Proactively Manage AR to Combat Downward Reimbursement Pressure” on Thursday, December 6, at 2:15 p.m. EST.
TELCOR provides revenue cycle solutions so every laboratory gets paid for the work they do in the most efficient manner. These solutions provide labs unparalleled visibility to its billing and revenue cycle data allowing labs to identify trends and make sound business decisions.
“Barriers to laboratory profitability are everywhere,” says Joni Crumrine, Senior Analyst. “In today’s environment, it’s important to discover the right strategies which may be unique to each individual laboratory; there is no one size fits all solution. Identifying the right mix of solutions—both front end and back end—can and will positively impact laboratory profitability.”
For more information on how to increase collections and improve performance or to set up a meeting with TELCOR at the 2018 Q1 Productions Diagnostic Coverage and Reimbursement, contact Vice President of Marketing, Karis Ahlberg at 402-489-1207 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
TELCOR is the proven leader of revenue cycle management (RCM) software solutions empowering laboratories to improve back office processes by streamlining the revenue cycle workflow, thus reducing labor-intensive processes and operating costs. TELCOR RCM provides a high level of visibility to business operations, allowing managers the ability to make more informed decisions. Reducing labor costs, increasing efficiencies and improving key performance indicators can help laboratories increase collections and improve profitability.