Accounting and Financial Reporting

CareCredit healthcare credit card provides flexible payment options for both patients and healthcare providers

Read about one company's payment solution that gives patients a way to pay for out-of-pocket healthcare costs while enabling health care organizations to receive payment for services within two business days.

HFMA December 1, 2022

The Quadruple Aim: How robotic-assisted surgery helps organizations provide high-quality care at a lower cost

Read about how RAS can improve physician and patient satisfaction while simultaneously lowering costs, reducing complications and generating new net revenue.

HFMA December 1, 2022

Clinical audits and denials impact 3% or more of NPR being held in reserve

This pulse survey shows how healthcare organizations are currently tracking health system’s audits and denials from government and commercial payers.

Jennifer Novoseletsky December 1, 2022

Clinical Audits and Denials Research Report

HFMA, with sponsorship by MRO, surveyed 317 healthcare revenue cycle, finance and accounting executives to understand how organizations are handling claim audits, risk exposure, claim tracking, and reserves.

HFMA November 10, 2022

An HFMA poll shows CFOs want more collaboration with CIOs

This pulse survey shows that CFO’s need to be included on additional information about the risk assessment of IT spend, prioritization of major initiatives, alignment of corporate goals, expected ROI and more.

HFMA October 19, 2022

Finance and IT Collaboration Survey Report

HFMA, with sponsorship by CereCore, surveyed 238 healthcare CFOs and finance executives to understand what healthcare finance professionals expect from their IT colleagues, how they currently collaborate and what improvements can be made.

HFMA October 19, 2022

Healthcare News of Note: The Walmart Healthcare Research Institute could bring more diversity to medical research

Healthcare News of Note for healthcare finance professionals is a roundup of recent news articles: Walmart launches a new healthcare research institute, people with more chronic disease are more likely to suffer adverse financial outcomes, and one-third of Black Californians say they have experienced racism by a healthcare provider.

Deborah Filipek October 17, 2022

Healthcare News of Note: Even many people with ‘good’ health insurance incur medical debt

Healthcare News of Note for healthcare finance professionals is a roundup of recent news articles: 20% of U.S. households have medical debt, regulatory issues are delaying completion of a proposed not-for-profit health system mega-merger, and racial and ethnic disparities are seen in drug overdose deaths.

Deborah Filipek October 7, 2022

HFMA seeks volunteers for national opportunities

Participation in HFMA volunteer leadership roles offers the opportunity to enhance the benefits, products and services provided to HFMA members and healthcare financial professionals across the country.

HFMA October 5, 2022

Healthcare News of Note: Healthcare workers are more emotionally exhausted as pandemic continues

Healthcare News of Note for healthcare finance professionals is a roundup of recent news articles: Most healthcare workers report higher levels of emotional exhaustion since 2019, new-patient wait times for certain specialties average 26 days, and large health disparities are seen among those with employer-sponsored healthcare coverage.

Deborah Filipek October 3, 2022
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