CHADDS FORD, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Revint Solutions, the industry leader in technology-enabled revenue recovery solutions, has been named the highest ranked Revenue Recovery vendor in customer satisfaction and client experience by Black Book Research.
“To be recognized by Black Book as the top Revenue Recovery vendor in the industry is a significant honor and testament to the value and commitment Revint provides our clients and the dedication of our employees,” said Roger Davis, CEO of Revint Solutions.
Revint Solutions continues to revolutionize and modernize the healthcare revenue cycle with new technology-enabled solutions. With healthcare providers facing increased financial pressures, Revint’s ability to provide innovative, enterprise-wide solutions enables them to deliver dollars to their clients that would otherwise be lost.
Black Book surveys nearly 4,500 healthcare executives and front-line users about their current technology and services partners and awards top-performing vendors based on indicators of client experience, loyalty, and customer satisfaction. In total, 522 hospitals and inpatient organizations and 3,980 physician practices were represented in the 2018 series of polls and surveys.
To learn more about Revint Solutions and our offerings, visit www.revintsolutions.com.
About Revint Solutions
Revint Solutions is an industry leader in revenue recovery and consulting services. Revint offers a full revenue integrity safety net for all types of healthcare provider organizations. They provide solutions to over 1,600 healthcare organizations in the U.S. and help recover over $475 million of underpaid or unidentified revenue for their clients annually. Client solutions include Transfer DRG, IME Shadow Claims, Underpayment Recovery, DRG Validation, Outpatient Revenue Recovery, Consulting Services, Interim Management, Supplemental Support Services, Medicare Reimbursement, and Payer Verification. Revint is backed by New Mountain Capital, a growth-oriented investment firm that currently manages over $20 billion in assets.