Frequently Asked Questions

An MSO is a specialized entity that offers a range of administrative, financial, and operational services to healthcare providers and organizations, allowing them to focus on patient care while offloading administrative burdens

MSOs can provide services such as billing and revenue cycle management, practice management, credentialing, compliance, IT support, marketing, and more, tailored to the specific needs of healthcare clients

MSOs can help improve operational efficiency, optimize revenue collection, reduce administrative overhead, enhance compliance, and offer access to specialized expertise and technology

Partnering with an MSO can lead to cost savings through improved revenue management and reduced administrative expenses. It can be a cost-effective solution for many practices

No, healthcare providers retain control over clinical decision-making and patient care. MSOs focus on supporting administrative and operational aspects, allowing providers to focus on their core clinical duties

No, MSOs can tailor their services to practices of all sizes, from solo practitioners to large healthcare systems

Selecting the right MSO involves assessing your specific needs, evaluating the MSO’s expertise, reputation, and services, and ensuring a good cultural fit between your practice and the MSO

Yes, MSOs can tailor their services to meet your unique needs and goals, allowing for customization based on your practice’s requirements

Contract terms can vary, but they usually include details about the scope of services, payment terms, service duration, termination conditions, and other relevant terms

The timeline for realizing benefits can vary depending on the services provided and the specific challenges your practice faces (some benefits may be realized quickly, while others may take more time)

While MSOs can offer many benefits, it’s important to conduct due diligence and ensure that the MSO is reputable, complies with regulations, and aligns with your practice’s goals to mitigate potential risks

Yes, many practices choose to maintain a long-term relationship with their MSOs to continually benefit from their support and expertise

Yes, our team specializes in helping female healthcare practitioners, but can support any healthcare practice

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