New patient access, interoperability and information blocking rules
Health care professionals need to understand that the rules governing health information are changing. Under current final rules, providers and health plans must share data directly with patients, and if a patient requests their data be shared with an app on their phone, you must comply.
These new rules change the nature of health information as we know it, and they bring new challenges-and new actors - into the more traditional health care market.
Original Live Webinar Date: 4/29/20
Solutions to manage an increasing self-pay population (Responsive Revenue Cycle Management Virtual Conference 4/30/20)
How to manage revenue cycle and operational stability throughout a healthcare crisis (Responsive Revenue Cycle Management Virtual Conference On-demand)
The global COVID-19 pandemic has put the U.S. economy in a fragile state, causing a ripple effect down to the healthcare organizations. Many elements of this crisis are already impacting the revenue cycle, from forcing leaders to expand remote work options to more employees, to managing the surge of patient volumes, while balancing the demands for information, access and care.
In addition, even with proposed adjustments to reimbursement rates for treating COVID-19 patients, provider are financially at risk due to the loss of elective procedures and non-essential routine visits and screenings, which can be a primary source of revenue for many organizations. While delaying these visits caused short-term access issues.
Listen to this webinar to discuss how health systems and practices can drive strategies before, during and after the peak of a healthcare crisis to optimize revenue cycle operations and financial performance.
Original Live Webinar Date (4/30/20)
Use the butterfly effect to prevent denials, improve financial results
A butterfly flaps its wings, causing a hurricane halfway around the world. Learn how to apply the butterfly effect by making minor changes in the front-end of your revenue cycle to eliminate denials, increase POS collections and improve patient satisfaction, causing minor financial improvements.