Triage is one of the nation’s leading hospital revenue review consultancies, with offices in San Francisco and Atlanta. We are a dedicated and energetic team of over 400 talented and highly-educated professionals who work with hospitals across the United States.
Since our inception, Triage has identified and recovered over $2 billion in lost revenue for some 600 hospital clients. We offer sophisticated and comprehensive payment review and recovery services that go beyond the capabilities of most firms. In parallel with recovering revenue, Triage offers risk minimization training and consulting tailored to our clients’ requests. You can learn more about our clients and their experiences in partnering with Triage at the Client Section on Triage’s website.
Triage Consulting Group has been selected as one of 2013’s “Best Places to Work in Healthcare” by Modern Healthcare. In addition, Triage was selected as one of "Best Small & Medium Companies to Work for in America" by the Great Place to Work Institute for seven consecutive years.
Triage’s success flows from our unwavering commitment to quality, client service, and contributing to the well-being of our colleagues, clients, and community. We conduct all of our business activities by adhering to our five guiding principles:
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