Every medical business needs a strategy.
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RDI Healthcare has built a unique combination of community health center knowledge with a focus on information technology, regulatory expertise, and clinical experience. We use the latest tools, knowledge, and proven methods to offer solutions that will make sense financially, in addition to assisting you with compliance within the growing regulatory environment.
Our services and recommendations are focused on assisting organizations seeking to maintain their FQHC status, while achieving their missions. We identify both short-term and long-term objectives, analyze financial positions, scope out the competition, evaluate market trends and demographics, and unearth opportunities. Then we help you take advantage of them. Your custom solution of services will depend on your goals.
Below are some of the services included in our typical RDI Healthcare - FQHC offering:
- Strategic planning
- Mergers & acquisitions
- Clinic management
- Financial oversight/auditing
- Process improvement
- Revenue cycle optimization
- Technology additions & optimizations
- Financial management
- Outsourced billing
- Budget development
- Insurance contract review
- Business analysis
- Project feasibility
- FQHC lookalike designation
- Residency development
“We love RDI/T - if they don’t provide the service - they will find the right resource.”
- COO, Florida FQHC
“I trust RDI/T and have never looked back at our IT
- Practice Manager, Ohio Specialty Practice
“I wish I could use RDI/T for everything!”
- North Carolina
“RDI/T has the ability to scale with us.”
What are FQHC’s?
Community health centers are not-for-profit, community-governed, patient-directed organizations that often serve populations with limited access to healthcare. They provide comprehensive, culturally competent, quality primary care services to a diverse population in a wide range of settings. Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) are not “free clinics” but provide services to all, with fees adjusted based on ability to pay. FQHCs are public and private non-profit health care organizations that meet certain criteria under the Medicare and Medicaid laws and receive funds under the Health Center Program.