Cumberland Consulting Chooses Revitas to Develop its BPO Services
NASHVILLE, TN: Cumberland Consulting Group, a contract and revenue management systems integrator in the pharmaceutical industry recently revealed that it has opted Revitas, revenue acceleration software provider to expand its Business Process Outsourcing (BPO). This agreement between the two results in Cumberland’s increased capability to deliver small and mid-sized pharmaceutical manufacturers with business processing services and cloud technology to increase efficiencies and improve performance.
The alliance provides a solution by collaborating on pricing, implementation, cloud deployment and strategic planning. “We chose to partner with Cumberland because they have a deep understanding of our software and technology as well as the unique challenges manufacturers face in our industry,” said John Kelly, SVP, Sales, Revitas.
Cumberland’s BPO offering now provides manufacturers the access to help them focus on data analysis and developing strategic initiatives at a reduced cost which drives growth and profitability.
The services are featured with Contract Management, Chargeback Processing, Membership Maintenance, Commercial and Managed Care Rebates, and Government Pricing Calculations and Reporting. Additionally, it has also characterized Medicaid, Coverage Gap and TRICARE Rebate Processing, Payment Processing, Gross to Net Reporting, Predictive Analyses, and Consultative Support.
Sean Downey, Partner, Life Sciences Division, Cumberland commented, “Our firm is uniquely positioned to provide a robust outsourced solution designed to scale as our customers grow and our industry becomes more complex. We remain committed to providing high-quality outsourcing and consulting services and have a strong management team led by Managing Directors Tom Evegan and Amy VanDeCar to help us continue to execute and deliver on behalf of our clients.”
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