Survey Designed to Identify Business Issues and Objectives for Revenue Cycle Management Companies and Providers

PLANO, Texas, — RemitDATA Inc., a pioneer of comparative data analytics technology that brings 360-degree data transparency to the healthcare industry, announced it will introduce a new market survey this month to take the pulse on revenue cycle management by identifying issues faced by providers and billing companies to point the way toward relevant solutions.

The survey will launch at the Healthcare Billing and Management Association’s 2015 Fall Annual Conference (HBMA), September 10-12 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Attendees can take the survey at RemitDATA’s booth #505 to receive a $10 dollar iTunes gift card and be entered to win an Apple Watch. The drawing will take place at the conference on September 12. In addition, the survey will be available online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RemitDATAFallSurvey2015.

The survey will also be available at the RemitDATA booth #1220 at the MGMA 2015 Annual Conference on October 11 – 13, 2015 inNashville. The survey will close on November 23, 2015.

The survey is designed to identify the priorities within revenue cycle management – business issues, solution gaps and more. RemitDATA seeks to gain a deeper understanding of customers’ needs so it can continue to optimize and better align solutions with the nuances of healthcare providers and vendors.

“With this survey, we are trying to ensure we keep our customers top of mind and stay current in our understanding of their ‘pain points’,” said Aaron Hood, vice president of product management and marketing at RemitDATA. “With the ever-changing healthcare landscape – changing payment models, ICD-10 and the rising cost of care – this will help us create a product roadmap dedicated to improving the revenue cycle management process through data transparency.”

When complete, the survey data will be aggregated and shared publicly in early 2016. The data from the survey will help providers, billing companies and vendors to better understand which issues are shared across the industry and point toward solutions.