Whether your revenue cycle is “hemorrhaging cash” or you don’t yet know you have an opportunity, our closed account review solution—commonly known as “zero balance review”—can recover your lost revenue and increase go-forward cash.
First, we’ll conduct an all-payor forensic review that can identify opportunities across your entire revenue cycle, including aged accounts that haven’t been touched in years. We’ll do this using our proprietary technology, and drawing heavily on Margin Recovery International’s business intelligence and technical and clinical expertise.
Once we’ve identified susceptible accounts, we will appeal and recover lost cash at no upfront cost to you—and zero risk. We fight hard for money you are owed per contract/fee schedule, no matter the age or reason for underpayment.
Finally, we’ll check in at regular intervals with root-cause analysis reports, so you can immediately address process gaps and plug the “holes in the boat” going forward. As a bonus, our reviews often result in value-added recommendations that lead to go-forward cash at no additional cost.
Margin Recovery International conducts all-payor forensic reviews to identify opportunities across the entire revenue cycle and works relentlessly to appeal and recover lost cash at no upfront cost to its clients.
Our team of experts will review your accounts up to four (4) years past discharge. If there is an argument to be made, we get to work.
Our in-house Clinical & Legal teams support efforts across the organization, enhancing collectability, maximizing compliance, & minimizing wasted efforts.
Our contingency fee structure ensures a "pay for performance" outcome. We don't get paid unless we recover cash for you. Our risk, is your direct profit.
We provide feedback, education, & training helping you to improve your processes. Our insight & recommendations lead to go-forward cash.
Our reporting methods are customizable to your needs.
Our proprietary system uses thousands of data elements as well as 835/837 data to identify the most likely underpaid accounts.
Average yearly collections in lost revenue
Average days between discharge and collection
Average days for initial collection