Workforce shortages are affecting revenue cycle functions, and you can learn how executives from Spectrum Health and Stanford Health Care are limiting the damage in the Revenue Cycle Insights newsletter’s lead story this month.
The pandemic-driven workforce shortage is leading to significant changes in revenue cycle management operations at many hospitals and health systems.
Jason Ross, MBA, senior vice president of revenue and network management for LifePoint Health, Brentwood, Tennessee, outlines how the system decided to unify its hospitals’ RCM.
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A positive patient experience begins before the patient steps foot in a facility, and is followed by an efficient and accurate process every step of the way.
Healthcare providers should not only expect payers to routinely perform audits of their diagnosis-related group (DRG) coding; they also should be fully prepared to respond proactively to the audit process.
The COVID-19 pandemic has heightened the need for U.S. health systems to gain physician cooperation in documenting and coding patient risk.
Federal judge rules for providers in a case about a key component of the new surprise billing regulations
Providers won a legal challenge to a key aspect of the new surprise billing regulations, with a federal judge saying regulators misinterpreted legislative intent when establishing the process for settling out-of-network payments.