Participate in RBMA’s 2015 Accounts Receivable (A/R) Survey

The following post was contributed by Mark Bernardy, MD, and Radiology Business Management Association Executive Director Michael R. Mabry.

To thrive in today’s rapidly changing radiology environment, radiologists need objective, reliable and immediate information to make the right operational decisions, optimize resources, continuously improve performance and develop a strategy for the future. Objective, measurable information is essential to the successful management of your practice or imaging center.

One of the best and longest standing sources of objective billing and collection performance information is the Radiology Business Management Association’s (RBMA) Accounts Receivable (A/R) Performance Survey. RBMA’s 2015 A/R Performance Survey (based on 2014 data) is accepting data through April 17.

Participation in the RBMA’s 2015 A/R Performance Survey is open to all. Those who submit their data will receive a free report that will include a column to enter their practice’s indicator values, calculated in the Excel questionnaire file, for easy comparison with overall results. Each respondent’s data are held in complete confidence, and results will be released only in aggregated form. Other financial and operational data collection and reporting opportunities are available through RBMA’s DataMAXX.

RBMA is one of American College of Radiology’s most valued and important partners. Let’s help radiology by making participation in the RBMA’s 2015 A/R Performance Survey a priority for your business manager or billing company.

Click here to learn more and to download the questionnaire.

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