About Priority Healthcare Solutions

Unique background, unmatched expertise, singular focus


Founded by partners with extensive experience in business office, billing, and revenue cycle management for skilled nursing facilities, Priority HCS has an impressive record of success collecting Medicare, Medicaid, and HMO balances.

As experts with deep knowledge of healthcare business challenges, government regulations, and private payer rules, we have the creative problem-solving skills, technical skills, and state-of-the-art health information technology solutions to get through the roadblocks that obstruct the collection of revenues due.

Our track record proves it: we succeed where others have failed. We’re relentlessly focused on collecting every last dollar owed for services rendered in good faith by you, the provider. Our state-of-the-art systems, innovative solutions, and dedicated team of experts routinely recover revenue others can’t—quickly, efficiently, and tirelessly.

Do these Billing Challenges Sound Familiar?

  • Are your accounts current, but your accounts receivable (A/R) team is overwhelmed or beginning to fall behind?
  • Are your aging balances getting stale, and there’s no way you can catch up on your own?
  • Do you have a growing stack of “uncollectible,” bills that have already been denied, or you’ve given up on ever collecting?
  • Is your A/R department mired in out-of-date processes or legacy software that is growing increasingly incompatible with your payors, and you don’t have the time or money to upgrade?
  • Are you considering outsourcing your A/R function and implementing a complete third-party records and billing solution, for cost and efficiency reasons?

You’re not alone.

90% of skilled nursing facilities are leaving collectible revenue behind, often because of the ever-increasing regulatory and procedural burdens being imposed on the business office in today’s complex healthcare environment. Furthermore, small, inefficient bookkeeping departments trapped into manual processes and outdated or incompatible legacy systems can make the situation even worse.