KLAS Research’s latest report rates CareCloud as a top cloud-based provider of RCM services for primarily small ambulatory clinics. With an overall score of 83.4, CareCloud rated among cloud-based providers of RCM services for the ambulatory market in the KLAS 2017 “Ambulatory Revenue Cycle Management Services” report.

The KLAS ratings are based upon interviews with physician practice leaders and staff, who offer
feedback across a range of criteria important to their practice performance and to their customer
experience. CareCloud was evaluated alongside other cloud and non-cloud based services, with CareCloud rating high on quality of service and getting “money’s worth” for the service.

CareCloud’s continued high ratings among small practices demonstrates how CareCloud is able to deliver on cost effective, flexible care being delivered to millions of patients each day. Just as satisfying is when we are able to help our clients improve performance.

“When we were using Allscripts’ system, our cash flow was slow,” notes one CareCloud client. “By changing over to CareCloud’s system, we increased the cash flow by almost 30% per month.”

In the KLAS report, CareCloud clients describe engaged support teams that provide benchmarking reports to help them improve. Among the client comments shared, “CareCloud is absolutely a true business partner. I have been in the business for 25 years, and I have used lots of different systems; CareCloud is so good.”  

In addition to reports and custom templates, we have developed a powerful MIPS Dashboard to help our clients thrive under MIPS and anticipate what they will need to participate in alternative payment models. CareCloud clients receive access to the MIPS Dashboard, and a customized action plan, all completely free of charge.

The KLAS rating for Ambulatory RCM Services adds to recent CareCloud accolades including the 2017 Black Book Market Research report which names CareCloud the #1 Cloud-based EHR, #1 Practice Management Software, highest-rated EHR vendor for MIPS support, and #2 overall Ambulatory RCM.

This entry was posted in . Bookmark the permalink.