About The MAP Initiative
Created by and for healthcare leaders, HFMA’s MAP initiative sets the standard for revenue cycle excellence in the healthcare industry. MAP is a comprehensive strategy that allows organizations to:
- Measure revenue cycle performance using the industry-standard MAP Keys
- Apply evidence-based strategies for improvement
- Perform to the highest standards to improve financial results patient satisfaction
HFMA’s MAP Components include:
The industry standard for measuring revenue cycle performance
A web-based application that helps hospitals, health systems, and affiliated physician practices track data based on the industry-standard metrics (MAP Keys), compare results with customized peer groups, and learn what it takes to improve your performance
Recognizing healthcare organizations that achieve excellence or demonstrate substantial improvement in revenue cycle performance and serve as models for the healthcare industry
HFMA’s annual revenue cycle conference to learn – from industry leaders – what it takes to build your team, extend accountability, and drive high performance in the revenue cycle.
By pointing the way to financial health and honoring those who achieve it, HFMA’s MAP raises standards and accountability for the entire healthcare industry. Be a part of this exciting transformation. Join your peers on the path to revenue cycle excellence.
Download MAP Research Articles
- Top 5 Takeaways from HFMA’s 2012 MAP Award Winners: Winners of HFMA’s 2012 MAP Award for High Performance in Revenue Cycle share how they support strong financial performance and maintain patient satisfaction in the face of tightening payment and increasing regulatory and administrative pressures.
- Overcoming 4 Common Revenue Cycle Benchmarking Myths: As shrinking payments and reform continue to pressure the revenue cycle, many organizations aim to improve performance by benchmarking against peers. Once you cut through these myths, you’ll see that comparing revenue cycle performance with peers doesn’t have to be painful.
Contact the MAP Team for additional resources.