President & CEO
Matthew J. Brennan, CPC, RCC
President & CEO
A co-founder of Precision Healthcare Management, LLC (PHM), Mr. Brennan has over 25 years of healthcare management experience. During his 17-year tenure at PHM, Mr. Brennan has led the delivery of practice management services to physician groups and prepared extensive revenue cycle and clinical documentation audits for a variety of physician specialties.
An expert in the “details” of the revenue cycle process, Mr. Brennan has proficiency in:
- Physician billing systems and technology solutions
- Third party payer contract negotiation and payor contract management
- Hospital professional services agreement (PSA) negotiation
- Clinical documentation, coding and regulatory compliance
- Billing Workflow and Revenue Cycle Process Improvement
- Designing management reports and auditing tools for physician groups
Drawing from his comparative knowledge especially in the realm of radiology, Mr. Brennan brings a unique perspective to auditing and practice management due to PHM’s extensive list of physician clients.
Mr. Brennan remains an active Certified Professional Coder (CPC) through the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) and a Radiology Certified Coder (RCC) through the Radiology Coding Certification Board (RCCB) under the Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA). He has published numerous articles on How to Conduct a Billing Audit, Developing a Payer Contracting Strategy, Negotiating Bundling Payment Arrangements and is currently a member of the American College of Radiology’s (ACR) Economics Committee on MACRA.
Prior to PHM, Mr. Brennan spent nine years at Medaphis Corporation (now McKesson) as a Vice-President and Director of Practice Management and Financial Management Services for the Northeast Region.
A graduate of St. Joseph’s Preparatory School in Philadelphia, PA, Mr. Brennan graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from Georgetown University in Washington, DC. While at Georgetown, Mr. Brennan worked four years at Georgetown University Medical Center and also spent six months working on Capitol Hill at the United States Senate for a prominent US Senator’s press secretary.