Help Improve Contract Reimbursement and Practice Expansion
In today's highly complex healthcare environment, more practices are acknowledging the fact that they need an experienced partner who can help them navigate the intricacies that come with running a successful medical practice.
The McKesson Practice Consulting team will focus on your healthcare business so you can focus on patient care. Our team provides the insight, expertise and tools you need to strategically manage reimbursement and evaluate periodic organization and expansion opportunities.
Managed Care Contracting and Reimbursement Management
When it comes to payer contracts, physician groups too often neglect these agreements after the initial deal with the payer has been signed. The result can be lost revenue due to a failure to keep pace with reimbursement terms negotiated by physician peers in the market. The problem of lost or unrealized revenue can be compounded if groups do not monitor reimbursements on a periodic basis to ensure payment accuracy.
McKesson Practice Consulting helps practices evaluate and negotiate managed care agreements, giving you the insight needed to help win the terms and rates your practice deserves. McKesson can help you gain insight into managed care agreements, including contract negotiation support and advice on financial, strategic and administrative aspects of payer agreements.
Practice Organization and Expansion
With the pressure to improve operating margins and to achieve broader economies of scale, medical practices must regularly evaluate opportunities to grow and differentiate. With McKesson's medical practice management consulting, practices can take advantage of expert guidance on which opportunities are most feasible and how best to execute.
McKesson practice management consultants provide groups with insight into organizational structure, group governance procedures and affiliation/merger opportunities with external entities. We help practices identify improvements, meet specific goals and help the practice runs at maximum efficiency with the least disruption.