PhyCARE Asset Recovery is an "end-stage" revenue cycle recovery company. Our team has recovered over a billion dollars for their clients. Our success comes from our partnership with our clients.
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Drawing upon a combined 30-year history of serving healthcare facilities and providers, we navigate complex state insurance and tort laws. The true strength of services lies in our in-depth knowledge of making meaningful third-party recoveries previously written-off as uncompensated care (UCC).
We review claims going back 6 years. Many times there are active insurance policies or third-party actions to help pay for the care you rendered. Our innovative analytics
of a provider's UCC data and associated clinical encounters will indentify injuries on the job, catastrophic injuries, car accidents that take place in a No-Fault state, or exposure to defective drugs and medical devices (Mass Tort).
Our experts focus on the end-stage of the revenue cycle after providers have abandoned their efforts to recover uncompensated care costs from payers. We analyze charged-off accounts, including bad debt, self-pay and, in certain circumstances, charity care. Our turnkey solutions span the discovery and recovery of accounts receivable starting at 180 days from patient discharge and aged up to six years.
As compassionate patient advocates, we find and recover funds from institutional payers, never from patients.
We have designed a patient outreach program that will help a patient understand their rights and get access to justice. This program serves the patient and our clients.
* We are Advocates of the Patient
* We are not a collection company
* No Patient Collection
* Success Fees Only
The recovery cycle can be long, and our clients may want to recover their revenue relating to UCC on an expedited basis. We have access to as much as $100 million to deploy. Our Early Out program is customized to each client’s needs and designed as a non-recourse “advance” against expected recoveries.