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Repurposing TDABC: Case Examples from a New York Hospital
Time-driven activity-based costing principles provide an excellent basis for helping healthcare organizations identify opportunities for improving their operations.
The Future of Consumerism
HFMA President and CEO Joe Fifer discusses rising consumer expectations in health care and what it will take to meet them.
Balancing Innovation and Delivery
As healthcare organizations look toward moving into the next phase of innovation, they must not lose sight of their core mission.
5 DRGs Are Primary Contributors to Rising Average Loss per Medicare Hospital Admission
Among Medicare admissions in 2015 to 2017, costs per admission rose more rapidly than did payments, and the impact of this trend on hospitals’ financials strongest with admissions associated with 5 DRGs.
Administration Meets Challenge to Risk-Adjustment Payments, Counter to Critics’ Assumptions
Responding to a New Mexico district court’s ruling against the risk-adjustment program established by the Affordable Care Act, CMS initially put the program’s payments to collections and payment on hold, but then took steps to reinstate the program.
Protecting Against Cybersecurity Threats
With the increasing sophistication of cyberattacks in health care, hospitals and health systems must make sure they have effective cybersecurity infrastructures to protect themselves and their patients from such attacks.
Imagining the Healthcare Revenue Cycle of Tomorrow
HFMA will be source for all things required to create the healthcare revenue cycle of tomorrow.
Technology and a Strong Patient Focus Help Providers Excel in Revenue Cycle Performance
Winners of HFMA’s MAP Award for High Performance in Revenue Cycle offer lessons learned for revenue cycle excellence.
Integrated Revenue Cycle: Coordination Between Insurers and Providers to Ensure Revenue Accuracy
Working together, insurers and providers can realize mutual benefits of verifying the accuracy of information.