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US Oncology Launches Oncology-Specific Billing and Reimbursement Service
Date:6/4/2008

Oncology Reimbursement Solutions provides revenue cycle management expertise designed to improve oncology practice financial performance

HOUSTON, June 4 /PRNewswire/ -- US Oncology, Inc. is launching Oncology Reimbursement Solutions (ORS), an oncology-focused billing and reimbursement service designed to increase operational efficiency and improve the economics of independent community-based oncology practices.

With a focus on maximizing key reimbursement metrics, ORS offers a comprehensive revenue cycle management program, a full curriculum of oncology billing and coding education, and assistance in accessing patient assistance programs.

The stand-alone service provides oncologists with unparalleled expertise in revenue cycle management to ensure proper reimbursement for their services. As a leader in oncology business operations, US Oncology has an experienced reimbursement team that supports the billing processes for over 1,000 oncology providers in more than 325 sites of service across the nation. The US Oncology reimbursement team oversees approximately $8 billion in gross patient revenue each year. ORS leverages this vast experience to offer services that support all critical front and back office activities of a practice.

"In today's complex and evolving oncology reimbursement landscape, oncologists require a comprehensive revenue cycle management solution designed specifically for their practices," said Karen Pilley, vice president of Reimbursement Solutions for US Oncology. "ORS expertly meets that need by providing support through proven operational processes, state-of-the-art technology, and US Oncology's unparalleled oncology reimbursement expertise."

US Oncology has customized the ORS practice management system to specifically meet the complex needs of oncologists. Understanding the need for an integrated revenue cycle model, the ORS technology solution supports both front and back office business functions.
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