GeBBS Healthcare Solutions, Inc., a leading technology-enabled provider of revenue cycle management (RCM) solutions, announced that it had been named for the fourth year in a row to Black Book™ Market Research’s list of top 20 outsourced revenue cycle management services.
GeBBS is ranked in the top twenty for 2017 in two categories: GeBBS ranked 7th in End-to-End RCM Outsourcing to Hospital Systems/Integrated Delivery Networks and 3rd for Hospitals over 200 beds.
Black Book™ surveyed 6,033 hospital and health system Chief Financial Officers, Vice Presidents of Finance and RCM, Controllers, Business Office Managers, Staff and Directors to determine the top performing vendors among in-demand financial software, systems and outsourcing services, and assess the gaps and urgency of RCM financial administrations.
“GeBBS is the highest-ranking global RCM firm on the list,” said Nitin Thakor, President and CEO at GeBBS Healthcare Solutions. “This independent client-ranked survey validates the benefits of increased operational scalability and cost reductions seen by Hospitals that partner with GeBBS.”
According to Black Book’s recent survey, 74% of struggling hospitals are putting population health, analytics, physician practice acquisitions and recruitment, and patient engagement on the back burner to re-prioritize RCM through Q4 2017.
GeBBS Healthcare Solutions is a leading technology-enabled provider of revenue cycle management (RCM) solutions. GeBBS’ innovative technology, combined with its over 4,000-strong global workforce, helps clients improve financial performance, compliance, and patient satisfaction. GeBBS solutions include Health Information Management (HIM), eligibility and verification, accounts receivable management, and patient access. Headquartered in the Los Angeles, CA area, GeBBS has won numerous accolades for its medical coding outsourcing and medical billing outsourcing, including being ranked in Modern Healthcare’s Top 15 Largest RCM Firms, Black Book Market Research’s Top 20 RCM Outsourcing Services, and Inc. 5000’s fastest growing private companies in the U.S.