US-based Hampton Roads Radiology Associates (HRRA) has selected Healthcare Administrative Partners (HAP) to provide revenue cycle and practice management services.
With HAP, hospital-employed and privately owned radiology groups can increase revenue while cutting compliance risks despite complex healthcare economy challenges.
Under the agreement terms, all services related to the core revenue cycle will be carried out by HAP on behalf of HRRA.
They include coding, billing, business intelligence, carrier credentialing, and MIPS Measure Assurance Services.
Additionally, HAP will provide comprehensive practice management services.
HRRA practice manager Jamie Walker said: “The ability to work with one vendor for revenue cycle and practice/financial management services was an important differentiator.
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“HAP came to the table with a breadth and depth of radiology business expertise, along with the people who would ultimately be responsible for our mutual success. We are confident that we made the right decision to partner with HAP.”
Serves three hospitals and several imaging centres in the greater Virginia Beach, Virginia area, in the US, HRRA provides a complete range of diagnostic and interventional imaging services.
HAP chief revenue officer Rebecca Farrington said: “Every day, HAP strives to go above and beyond for each and every one of our clients. Our 100% client retention rate is a testament to the hard work done by our team.
“We look forward to working with Hampton Roads Radiology Associates and cultivating this new partnership.”