We don’t have to tell you that billing and collecting for skilled nursing facilities is complex. But it doesn’t have to be. We are committed to making this process as easy as possible for your organization, so you can get back to caring for your residents.

That starts with our website. We’ve created our new site to introduce the different ways that we can help you receive the money your SNF is owed. We walk every client through a three-step process:

  1. Get a free consultation. We talk about your need for outsourced billing, training for your staff, temporary help, or a review of your existing practices.
  2. Gather the details. This is where we make sure we have what we need to provide you with an effective solution to maximize your revenue.
  3. Get your money. Now to the good stuff. We will help you collect your missing payments, typically 5 – 10 times the cost.

The bottom line? It shouldn’t be complicated to get paid. With our new site, we’ve made it easy for you to understand exactly how we can help you.

Other features of our new website include:

Services – Curious about our areas of expertise? Learn more about the ways we can help you, from collections to consultation.

Resources – You’ll find a list of helpful organizations and websites in the SNF industry.

About Us – Learn more about the SNF Solutions story and meet our team members.

Blog – We tackle today’s issues in billing and collections to equip you to best serve your clients.

Our main goal is to make SNF billing and collections simpler for you. Our new website is just one of the ways that we are committed to doing this.

If you’d like to know more about how we can help your organization get paid on time, click here to schedule a free consultation or call us at 407.977.8878.

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