New Firm For Healthcare Execs Launches
A new company has been launched by a team of c-suite healthcare executives, aimed at overcoming business obstacles imposed on health care service organizations and medical groups by the Affordable Care Act.
Experienced healthcare and financial service executives Jonathan Doctor, Glenn Golenberg and Sherwin Voss have formed DeNovo Health Partners to help healthcare service organizations and medical groups address the multitude of changes and regulations begin imposed on the industry.
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“Whether its practice management support services, implementing electronic health record technology, ACO contracting, compensation, preparing for bundled payment reimbursement, or other business process improvement needs, DeNovo Health Partners can lever over 50 years of collective experience to help solve the problem,” read a press release issued by DeNovo. “Additionally, if there is a need for capital, an add on acquisition or joint venture, DeNovo has the depth of experience to source capital, structure transactions and other growth strategies.”
“At no other time in our history, has the delivery of healthcare become so complicated and burdensome for healthcare providers and healthcare services firms,” said Jonathan Doctor, Managing Partner of DeNovo Healthcare Partners. “We have brought together some of the industry’s finest healthcare service administration experts and specialists, each well regarded for their area of expertise. Our consulting services offering will provide a comprehensive, efficient resource for healthcare services firms and medical groups who are fighting decreasing reimbursement and increasing overhead under a complex veil of regulations, and will free management to focus on executing its business plan unencumbered by these paralyzing changes.”
Services provided by DeNovo Healthcare Partners include but are not limited to providing interim management, outpatient medical coding support across all specialties, revenue cycle services, healthcare IT and support services, physician compensation plans, ACO implementation support, patient engagement strategies, contracting and credentialing support services, acquisition strategies and implementation support and other business and work flow enhancement services.
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