The Rybar Group, Inc. is pleased to announce that Roslyn Evans Boyer, CHFP, MHA has joined our team as a Reimbursement Lead Consultant.
Roslyn’s expertise covers a wide range of strategic initiatives centered around the complexities of payment for all provider types and the use of the cost report as a tool for optimizing reimbursement. From her work with multiple national healthcare consulting firms, as well as working as an Audit Supervisor for one of the Medicare Administrative Contractors (MAC), she offers a broad scope of regulatory reimbursement expertise.
Over the years, Roslyn has developed an in-depth knowledge of Medicare and Medicaid cost reporting and the significant impacts of these documents on the financial success of the organization. This knowledge includes the areas of Balance Sheet Third Party Reviews, Organ Acquisition Reviews, ESRD, Disproportionate Share (DSH), Medical Education, Bad Debt Reimbursement, Wage Index Analysis, and Filing Appeals and Reopenings.
Please join us in welcoming Roslyn to our team.
To learn more about how Roslyn may be able to assist your facility, you may contact her directly at 810.853.6178 or at email@example.com.
The Physician Services team at The Rybar Group has worked with some of the largest medical groups in the country and has helped to increase revenue and mitigate compliance risks, while optimizing operational effectiveness for clients.
With decades of diverse experience, we can assist with your biggest pain points within your organization and you’ll always have a senior associate working with you to tailor deliverables to fit your unique needs. The Rybar Group focuses on the financial aspect of healthcare and is able to support you with any initiative from documentation audits to preparing for a purchase or sale.
Here’s a sample of the services we offer to medical groups:
Contact Julie Hardy (firstname.lastname@example.org or 810-853-6171) today to arrange for a FREE 10-chart audit to jump-start your improvement activities!
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