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Pricing that supports your journey

Instead of charging monthly minimums or a flat fee, we use a shared success billing model. That means your cost is an agreed-upon, custom percentage of your collections. Whether you see a spike in patient volumes or an unexpected lull, the amount you pay flexes in response to your business situation. So, like any good partnership, we’re as invested in the success of your practice as you are.

  • No upfront costs

    You’ll see a return on our services before you ever see a bill.

  • No hidden fees

    Our pricing is simple, transparent, and agreed upon from day one.

  • No long-term contracts

    You’re free to leave at any time and take all your data with you.


 

Start with a 9%+ average revenue increase¹

Increasing your collections is a great start to a relationship, but with no long-term contracts, we know we have to do more. We have to earn your business every day. Here’s how we do it.

  • 3xUpdated

    Constantly updated solutions

    You always have the most current version of our solutions with the latest billing rules. This happens automatically at no additional cost and without impacting your day-to-day.

  • Network Spec

    Specialty-specific guidance

    Get insights into benchmarks and business opportunities specific to your specialty through our network of providers. Get support in planning and achieving short-term and long-term goals.

  • Feedback

    You help shape our solutions

    Fifty-percent of the enhancements we made to our product features in 2020 came from customer feedback.


 

Helping a practice survive and thrive

Dr. Richard L. Fox’s internal medicine practice was on the verge of closing due to operational inefficiencies that strained their staff and affected collections. Joining athenahealth allowed them to begin collecting on rejected, overlooked, and lost claims. With the help of athenahealth’s solutions and in-house experts, the practice was also able to collect quality bonuses and even received a quality award from UnitedHealth.


 

1 Source: IDC research, December 2020