Healthcare Revenue Cycle Management – Is It Sexy?

by Phil C. Solomon on March 13, 2012

in Healthcare Revenue Cycle,Revenue Cycle Management,Revenue Cycle Outsourcing

Question: Is Healthcare Revenue Cycle Management Sexy?Now that I have your attention, there really is a story worth writing about on this subject. Healthcare Revenue Cycle Management is sexy because it’s where the money is. We should focus on financial aspects of healthcare because without solid financial performance, providing quality clinical services would not be possible.

Take a look at this article highlighting the importance of healthcare revenue cycle management posted as “is revenue cycle management Sexy?” on the EMR and EHR Forum and decide for yourself if health care revenue cycle management really is sexy! If you don’t think so, perhaps you should.

Link to: EMR and EHR Forum

Healthcare Revenue Cycle Management

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

John Lynn March 14, 2012 at 7:15 PM

I guess the question is whether you think that money is sexy? I’ve been fond of money for quite a while. So, I’m looking forward to digging into RCM much more over the next while.

Thanks for linking to my post.


Phil C. Solomon March 16, 2012 at 11:55 AM


Your site offers a tremendous amount of information which can be very useful to those in Healthcare. Keep up the great work. If I can be a resource to you in any way, please call on me. Best of luck.


P.S. RCM and money are very sexy!


Bill Baylis April 15, 2012 at 9:54 AM

Phil.. Yes.. Making money and finding cash flow can be very sexy.. What can be a turn off is doing in the world of Healthcare.. I find most healthcare providers lose the appeal to keep the love alive after the courting is over… It may be time to be in some new and youthful minds to spice things up… What do you think?


Phil C. Solomon Phil C. Solomon April 16, 2012 at 1:36 PM

Hi Bill,

I believe youthful or old school minds are only as limited as the boundaries they set for themselves. To be a problem solver, one needs to look through the problem, just like it was invisible and build a sustainable solution without the encumbrances of the status quo.


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