Meduit, a leading health care revenue cycle solutions company, announced that JP Recovery Services has joined the Meduit organization. Together, the two companies will leverage their combined capabilities to provide a full spectrum of revenue cycle solutions to health care organizations in 48 states.

Founded 25 years ago by John Beirne and John Murray, both co-owners of JPRS, the organization provides accounts receivables management, billing and extended business office (pre-collect) services to over 70 hospitals, physicians groups and private practices across the US.

“It is a great honor for JPRS to join the Meduit family, and I am proud of all that we have accomplished,” said John Beirne, Co-owner of JPRS. “Because of this merger, our clients will benefit from expanded revenue cycle solutions which they’ve not had available to them before.”

As part of the merger, JPRS owners John Murray and John Beirne are transitioning into consulting roles and ultimately retirement when the time is right for them and the company. The JPRS name will change to JP RMP, and employees will become part of Meduit.

“They were instrumental in making this merger happen because they saw the potential for both organizations to come together to offer more innovation, more support, more revenue for our shared clients and more opportunities for JPRS employees,” said Jeff Nieman, CEO of Meduit. “Over the years, they have both made enormous contributions to the organization’s success, and we wish them well going forward.”