CHICAGO - April 01, 2020 - R1 RCM Inc. (NASDAQ:RCM), a leader in technology-enabled revenue cycle management (RCM) services to healthcare providers, today announced it has completed the acquisition of SCI Solutions, Inc. (SCI).
The combination of R1 and SCI is expected to deliver enhanced value for healthcare providers by enabling them to expand digital front door strategies for their patients, improve operating efficiency, and increase capacity utilization, among other benefits. R1 has made substantial progress toward the planning of a successful integration and anticipates integration efforts to begin shortly.
“We are pleased to complete the acquisition of SCI and look forward to building on the advanced capabilities they have developed,” said Joe Flanagan, President and CEO of R1. “With this combination, we believe R1 offers healthcare providers the broadest and deepest tech-enabled patient intake solution on the market.”
R1 RCM is a leading provider of technology-enabled RCM services which transform and solve revenue cycle performance challenges across hospitals, health systems and group physician practices. R1’s proven and scalable operating models seamlessly complement a healthcare organization’s infrastructure, quickly driving sustainable improvements to net patient revenue and cash flows while reducing operating costs and enhancing the patient experience. To learn more, visit: r1rcm.com.
SCI Solutions improves the health of the health system by operating the industry’s largest EHR-agnostic care coordination marketplace, enabling patients, health plans, referring providers and rendering provider facilities to securely navigate, communicate and transact digitally in more than 400 geographic markets. With its digital engagement solutions, SCI enables health enterprises to offer a consumer-friendly digital front door, giving patients and their providers improved choice and convenience. As a result, health enterprises reduce administrative costs, increase outpatient revenue, and benefit from enhanced patient and referring physician loyalty. For more information, visit scisolutions.com.
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