Year: 2018

Leading Change Effectively

Healthcare organizations implementing changes, whether driven by outside or inside influences, must consider how such change will impact employees and organizational culture.

Paul Selivanoff, CPA January 9, 2018

High Discount Health Plans: Right for the Consumer, but What About PFS?

Organizations writing off more and more patient debt may want to explore new avenues for collaboration.

Jeff Helton,  PHD, FHFMA, CMA, CFE January 9, 2018

Benchmarks Are a Starting Point, Not the Goal

Nick Vennaro makes the case for a standardized benchmarking framework as a basis for improvement.

Nick Vennaro January 8, 2018

hfm Blog Archives: January-March 2017

Catch up on all of the hfm blog posts published between January and March 2017.

HFMA January 4, 2018

Successfully Navigating the Surge in HEDIS Reviews

Greg Ford outlines three best practices insurance companies can follow as they prepare for HEDIS reviews.

Greg Ford January 4, 2018

Proposed MA Change Positive for Plans: Analysts

Jan. 3—Proposed policy changes that were recently released for Medicare Advantage (MA) plans—coupled with expected rate increases—should boost those insurers, industry analysts say.

Rich Daly January 4, 2018

Improving Satisfaction with MOON

Tim Kelly describes how following a new CMS rule can lead to higher patient satisfaction.

Tim Kelly January 3, 2018

340B Suit Rejected—for Now

Jan. 2—Medicare payment cuts to hospitals in the 340B program went into effect Jan. 1 after a federal judge deemed too premature a last-minute request to block the new policy.

Rich Daly January 3, 2018

Healthcare Affordability

HFMA President and CEO Joseph J. Fifer, FHFMA, CPA, presents a holiday challenge to healthcare finance leaders.

HFMA January 3, 2018

hfm Magazine: January 2018

hfm Magazine: January 2018

HFMA January 2, 2018
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