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Ambulatory Integration Concepts has developed a proven, repeatable process for ambulatory integration that is so unique that it is currently patent pending.

This process is driven by strategy and best practices from throughout the industry and was developed during the integration of more than $2 billion in acquired assets by the Ambulatory Integration Concepts team.

The integration process begins by developing a comprehensive strategy that is driven by the tactical motivations behind the transaction. Ambulatory Integration Concepts conducts an in-depth analysis to understand all aspects of the transaction from assets included, to financial objectives, to payer and billing strategies.  We use this information to help our clients establish objectives and a strategy for the acquired entities.

Based upon this strategy, Ambulatory Integration Concepts develops an integration plan focused on four major components: IT system and metrics; processes and workflow; human resources and culture; and network infrastructure. Not only is it important to address each of these components, it is equally critical to coordinate efforts to ensure comprehensive and cohesive results.

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The company identifies workflow inefficiencies, redundancies, manual processes and compliance challenges that increase practice costs. Ambulatory Integration Concepts then works to align systems and workflows with best practices to achieve newfound efficiencies.

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Contact Ambulatory Integration Concepts for assistance with your integration needs.