Revenue Cycle Strategist: June 2013 Issue
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Improving Revenues in the Emergency Department
By Mike Kovar
By adopting a revenue cycle performance improvement approach for emergency department services, hospitals can uncover significant opportunities to improve net revenue.
Billing and Collections
Online Bill Pay: The Login Versus No-Login Debate
By Brian W. Kueppers
Patients submit payment more quickly when they can bypass login requirements for online payment. But is that benefit offset by other portal features that drive revenue cycle efficiency when patients are required to log in?
At a Glance
Leveraging Data to Inform Patient Collections
By Dan Buell
Effective revenue cycle management requires the ability to leverage data and analytics to inform billing and collections, using successful practices.
By the Numbers
How Cost Sharing Has Evolved
While both employer and employee healthcare costs increased in 2013, a larger portion of the shared increase was borne by the employee, primarily through the payroll deduction.
Coding Q & A
How to Choose ICD-10 Training for Coders
By Kim Felix
Learn how to choose ICD-10 training that can deliver the best organizational ROI.
Figures at a Glance
Payer Deductions from Submitted Hospital Charges
Payer deductions as a percentage of hospital charges submitted to payers increased in 2012 across all hospital classes and payers but the gap between government and commercial payers remains large.
Publication Date: Wednesday, June 05, 2013