What You Should Know:
– Ensemble Health Partners (Ensemble), an innovator in revenue cycle management, announced its official partnership with Epic, a renowned electronic health records system (EHR) provider, in Epic’s newly launched Rev Cycle Partners program.
– This collaboration between Ensemble and Epic marks a significant advancement in revenue cycle optimization for healthcare organizations. By combining Ensemble’s expertise with Epic’s cutting-edge technology and shared commitment to client success, this partnership holds the potential to revolutionize the revenue cycle landscape and ultimately improve the healthcare experience for both providers and patients.
Optimizing Revenue Cycle Performance for Healthcare Providers
Ensemble’s inclusion in the program signifies its proven track record in unlocking financial success for healthcare providers and optimizing their Epic system utilization. Through this partnership, Ensemble will gain access to:
- Exclusive Tools and Insights: Strengthened Epic expertise with access to tailored training content, best practice recommendations, and product roadmap insights.
- Enhanced Collaboration: Closer collaboration with Epic on product development and feature implementations, ensuring Ensemble clients stay ahead of the curve.
- Amplified Performance: Leverage the combined power of Ensemble’s proven methodologies and Epic’s cutting-edge technology to optimize revenue cycle outcomes.
“We are proud to be an early adopter in Epic’s Rev Cycle Partners program and build on our shared history of strong performance and commitment to optimizing client and patient experience,” said Judson Ivy, President, Founder and CEO of Ensemble.
Meeting rigorous partnership criteria that included a history of strong performance, reliable references, regulatory compliance, and demonstrated scalability, Ensemble is well-positioned to succeed within the program.
Ensemble serves as a strategic partner for healthcare organizations seeking to prioritize patient care over the intricacies of payment complexities. The firm manages over $29 billion in net patient revenue (NPR) and collaborates with a wider range of unique health systems than any other revenue cycle management company.