• About the MAP Award for High Performance

    HFMA’s MAP Award for High Performance in Revenue Cycle recognizes organizations whose innovative and effective strategies have enabled them to achieve excellence in revenue cycle performance. There are five (5) award categories including hospitals, critical access hospitals, health systems, integrated delivery systems, and physician practices.

    Winners excel in meeting industry standard revenue cycle benchmarks (MAP Keys), implementing the patient-centered recommendations and best practices embodied in HFMA’s Healthcare Dollars & Sense™ initiatives, and achieving outstanding patient satisfaction. Recipients are awarded a crystal trophy at HFMA's Annual Conference and acknowledged as industry leaders called upon to share proven strategies with HFMA members and other professionals.

    HFMA requires hospital and health system applicants to have either applied for or achieved PFC Adopter status by the time they submit their hospital or hospital system application for the MAP Award.

    Watch the brief introductory video below and access details in the MAP Awards FAQs.

  • About the MAP Certificate of Revenue Cycle Achievement

    In 2016, HFMA introduced the MAP Certificate of Recognition in Revenue Cycle Achievement. The certificate recognizes applicants who are not chosen as MAP Award recipients yet display excellent revenue cycle performance.

  • Application Information

    Applications for the 2018 MAP Award are now closed. Questions? Email the MAP team.

    Application Deadlines
    Metric Application (Part 1): February 26, 2018     
    Narrative Application (Part 2 / Invitation Only): April 15, 2018    
    For details on what's new, reference the MAP Awards FAQs.

  • HFMA’s Revenue Cycle Score

    HFMA’s Revenue Cycle Score is an interactive calculator that compares your data to three years of historical MAP Award applicant data. Once metrics are populated for all six MAP Keys, the calculator provides your organization’s revenue cycle score and information around how previous applicants with similar scores fared when applying for the MAP Award.

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