Neway Financial brings 30+ years of expertise as dialysis providers, so we understand what programs experience. We are not an EMR company. We built a business practice from hard fought experience as dialysis providers to help programs navigate the challenges associated with invoicing and claims.

Revenue-Cycle Management

Neway Financial helps you report expected revenues for every billing period, not just a claims amount with an estimated write-down or discount. We help programs accurately predict reportable AR versus actual collections, with a variance of less than 1.5%, historically, which gives you a significant advantage in budgeting, planning, finance, and overall fiscal responsibility. Prior to submitting claims, we review all claims-related EMR data to identify treatment documentation errors and work with the Provider to correct any discrepancies before claims are processed. Ultimately, the results are faster claims, faster collections, and cash receipts equal to initially-reported collectable revenues.


Program Stewardship Assessment

Neway Financial engages with your financial and operational team to assess your program’s overall top-line health. From contracting rates, to revenue and financial reporting, to key performance indicators associated with your collections process, the Stewardship Assessment is designed to give your program executive management a gap analysis of the current state of your top-line health against industry-wide best practices.

Program Launch & Expansion

Neway Financial has expertise from running successful dialysis programs over the last 30 years and will guide your business whether you are looking to launch a new program or expand to new locations. Services can be requested ‘a la carte’ or part of a wholistic project, and include Policy and Procedure review and creation, supply chain establishment, staff and labor reviews and plan writing, payor contracting, site build-out, and much more.


Meet the Team

Steve Bucher, shown in a Neway Dialysis Labs company shirt.

Steve C. Bucher, M.B.A., C.P.A.

Neway Financial, Co-Founder & Senior Consultant

Steve Bucher is a Co-Founder and Senior Consultant for Neway Financial. Steve is also a partner and CFO of Neway Labs. Additionally, Steve is the Co-Founder and CEO of Renal Therapies, Affiliated Dialysis Centers, Affiliated Dialysis of Glen Ellyn, Affiliated Home Dialysis, Renal Management Group, ADOC Holdings (an investor in Home Dialysis of Rancho Cucamonga in CA and Affiliated Dialysis of Joliet). From 2003 to 2019, RMG managed and operated the Affiliated Dialysis Centers, whose Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio nursing home dialysis programs were acquired by Dialyze Direct in February 2019. Steve now spends much of his time focused on the CA dialysis entity with the goal of developing it into a Nationwide enterprise. Steve was formerly President and CEO of Midwest kidney Centers, a regional dialysis company with 22 facilities, serving over 800 patients, and 250 employees. As CEO for Midwest Kidney Centers for nine years, he developed the company into the 10th largest independent dialysis program in the United States. Steve has been a member of the National Renal Administrator's (NRAA) Executive Board, where he played a role working with CMS to assist NRAA in the creation of new conditions of coverage for Hemodialysis patients residing in skilled nursing facilities.


Tyson Aschliman

Neway Financial, Co-Founder & Senior Consultant

Tyson Aschliman is a Co-Founder and Senior Consultant for Neway Financial. Tyson is also a partner and COO of Neway Labs. Additionally, Tyson serves as the Chief Executive Officer at Renal Management Group, LLC and is a managing partner for multiple independent dialysis providers in Illinois and California. From 2003 to 2019, RMG managed and operated the Affiliated Dialysis Centers, whose Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio nursing home dialysis programs were acquired by Dialyze Direct in February 2019. Previously, Tyson served as Vice President and General Manager for the Baltimore Division at Green Bay Packing, Inc., a vertically integrated paperboard manufacturing company that operates nationwide with a global presence in Mexico and Canada. In this role, he was responsible for overall P&L performance and improvement for the division, focused on market development, customer service, manufacturing excellence, safety, and operational innovation and improvement. Tyson holds a BA in Business Administration with a Marketing Specialization and a Minor in Psychology from Taylor University. Tyson is a member of the Renal Healthcare Association where he is a member of the Home Therapies Committee and the RHA Certification Governance Panel.

Bryan Thompson, Founder & CEO of Neway Dialysis Labs, shown in a suit.

Bryan Thompson

Neway Financial, Co-Founder & Senior Consultant

Bryan Thompson is a Co-Founder and Senior Consultant for Neway Financial. Additionally, Bryan is the founder and CEO of Neway Labs, Neway Success, IT Capabilities, and Passionate Life Connections, all companies focused on revolutionizing the renal dialysis industry. From 2001 to 2007, Bryan Co-Founded Gaia Software and Drason Consulting Services, a renal EMR / PM software company and a renal dialysis third-party billing company. Bryan successfully exited both Gaia and Drason in 2006. As an entrepreneur, Bryan has successfully sold products and services to approximately 30% of the independent renal dialysis industry. Bryan also spent eight years, 2007 – 2015, working for Fortune 500 companies Fresenius and DaVita, the two largest renal dialysis providers in the US. At DaVita, Bryan spent six years architecting and building the electronic health record (EHR) system used by DaVita’s 50,000 clinical staff, serving 200,000 patients, across 2,000 facility locations. On a national level, Bryan is an active participate in the Renal Healthcare Association, Renal Physician Association, National Kidney Foundation, American Kidney Fund, American Society of Nephrology, and the American Association of Kidney Patients.

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