There are five (5) MAP Award categories: hospitals, critical access hospitals, hospital 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 celebrated at HFMA’s Annual Conference and acknowledged as industry leaders called upon to share proven strategies with HFMA members and other professionals.
A Patient Financial Communications Adopter application is not required to complete Part One of the application. However, HFMA requires all hospitals, hospital systems, and IDS applicants to have either applied for or achieved PFC Adopter status by the time they submit part two of their application. Physician practices are not required to complete the PFC Adopter application at this time.
For more information, review the MAP Award FAQs.
Recent MAP Award Winners
See the healthcare organizations that earned a MAP Award in the last several years.
MAP Award Winner Statistical Data
Learn more about HFMA’s standards and recommended benchmarks by reviewing statistical data from the MAP Award winners. See the details.
HFMA’s Revenue Cycle Score Calculator
Benchmark Your Performance Against Past HFMA Award Winners! The Revenue Cycle Score Calculator compares your data to three years of historical applicant data. Once metrics are populated for all MAP Keys, the calculator provides your organization’s revenue cycle score and information about how previous applicants with similar scores fared when applying for the MAP Award. See how HFMA defines these MAP Keys (free guest account or membership required for logging in).
|MAP Key||Net Days A/R||DNSP||Billed A/R>90 Days||POS Cash Collection %||Cash Collection %|
|MAP Key Range||30 days-60 days||2 days-10 days||15.0%-30.0%||5.0%-35.0%||86.0%-100.0%|
|Range Points (0-100 pts)|
|MAP Key Weight (sum to 100%)||29.5%||25.5%||14.5%||12.5%||18.0%|
|Revenue Cycle Points|
|Revenue Cycle Score (100 pts Possible)||
Your total Revenue Cycle Score compares favorably with historical MAP Award applicants. Many organizations with performance at this level have won a MAP Award. A few organizations have received the MAP Certificate of Revenue Cycle Achievement. Facilities who do not win a MAP Award will be provided feedback reports containing useful metric comparison data and best practice information.
Your total Revenue Cycle Score is at or above the median performance of historical MAP Award applicants. Many organizations with performance at this level have been recognized as recipients of the MAP Certificate of Revenue Cycle Achievement. A few organizations at the top of this range have won a MAP Award. Facilities who do not win a MAP Award will be provided feedback reports containing useful metric comparison data and best practice information.
While your total Revenue Cycle Score is below the median of previous MAP Award applicants, we encourage you to apply for the MAP Award. Facilities who do not win the MAP Award for High Performance will be provided feedback reports containing useful metric comparison data and best practice information. This feedback has proven useful to applicants at their organizations as well as for future MAP Award applications.
HFMA’s MAP Award winners are determined through analysis of MAP Keys, narrative information, and additional materials collected during the application process. MAP Keys are publicly available. Your organization does not need to be a MAP App subscriber to apply. No preference is given to current MAP App subscribers nor is MAP App subscription an eligibility requirement.
About the MAP Certificate of Recognition in Revenue Cycle Achievement
In 2016 HFMA introduced the MAP Certificate of Recognition in Revenue Cycle Achievement. The certificate recognizes applicants who have notable superior revenue cycle performance, as evidenced by meeting industry-standard performance benchmarks, implementing a patient-centered approach to the revenue cycle, and attaining favorable levels of patient satisfaction.