News | December 12, 2011

Revenue Cycle Inc. Remains Official Billing/Coding Consultant for ACRO

December 12, 2011 — Revenue Cycle Inc. has again been named the official billing/coding consultant to the American College of Radiation Oncology (ACRO). Ron DiGiaimo, CEO of Revenue Cycle, made the announcement.

Since 2004, Revenue Cycle Inc.'s consultants have provided services to ACRO members including billing and coding seminars and webinars; they have also offered continuous updates on legal and regulatory developments. In addition, the company conducts billing and coding seminars at the ACRO annual meeting and at ACRO-sponsored events nationwide.

ACRO has also chosen the company as its Preferred Provider for Practice Audits. The firm has been recommended to radiation oncologists for billing, coding and compliance audits as well as general practice information.

Revenue Cycle Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in Austin, Texas. It is an oncology practice reimbursement consulting firm staffed by a team of diverse healthcare administration specialists.

The company focuses on every aspect of an oncology practice; it places emphasis on compliance, documentation, cancer center management, operational and staffing assessments, electronic medical record (EMR) implementation and department policy and procedure review and development.

For more information: http://revenuecycleinc.com, http://acro.org

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