Honor Roll: HFMA awards certifications to 2,746 members between September and December 2022
HFMA offers eight certifications for members to validate their expertise and demonstrate their commitment to the profession. The HFMA certifications are as follows: Certified Healthcare Financial Professional (CHFP), Certified Revenue Cycle Representative (CRCR), Certified Revenue Cycle Representative (CRCR) – GCC, Certified Specialist Accounting & Finance (CSAF), Certified Specialist Business Intelligence (CSBI), Certified Specialist Physician Practice…
Consumerism and the transition to value are among the trends drawing strategic reactions from healthcare providers, survey finds
A recent survey finds healthcare providers working to ensure their strategic planning incorporates key trends, spurring innovations in care delivery models.
Reimagining care delivery to emphasize physician-consumer relationships and the human touch
The healthcare industry needs to make changes that emphasize the physician-consumer relationship and help people take charge of their own care, says the author of a new book.
HFMA’s virtual Cost Effectiveness of Health Summit May 6-7 addresses the healthcare industry’s continuous spending growth and explores a more sustainable model
Healthcare leaders will begin collaborating on how to address the industry’s continuous spending growth and work toward a more sustainable future during HFMA's virtual Cost Effectiveness of Health Summit May 6-7.
Cardiac Surgical Product Adoption Survey
Survey analysis reveals important learnings from a February 2020 HFMA-conducted study, sponsored by Edwards Lifesciences, about cardiac surgical product adoption.
Factors that Influence Cardiac Surgical Technology Purchases
A visual analysis of a February 2020 HFMA survey about factors that influence cardiac surgical technology decisions.
Hospitals cut safety-related patient deaths by 22% since 2016: Leapfrog
A national safety-grading group concluded that a combination of factors enabled hospitals to reduce annual safety-related deaths by 45,000, or 22%, since 2016.