Strategic partnership: The key to improved patient experience and revenue cycle outcomes
One company shares advice and trends in addition to how its service offerings can hep healthcare organizations facing challenges, the biggest being people, process and technology.
Hospital groups urge changes to Provider Relief Fund distribution and reporting processes
HHS should send out the upcoming Provider Relief Fund distribution as quickly as possible and offer flexibility in the ongoing reporting process, hospital groups said.
Why success in cost reduction is a matter of trust
According to a survey, healthcare organizations that discuss cost reduction with clinicians more often are better prepared to achieve cost-reduction goals. Find out what approaches can restore trust for a better bottom line in this research report.
Hospital margins continued to improve in April, but volumes and revenues fell slightly
A monthly report on hospital finances showed that margins improved from March to April even though the COVID-19 pandemic remained a factor.
Atlas Health: Helping healthcare providers offer patients philanthropic financial assistance
Learn how one company uses a database of more than 10,000 philanthropic programs to tap into funds available for patient medical costs associated with care for chronic diseases, rare conditions or high-cost therapies.
HHS issues various updates to Provider Relief Fund FAQs
HHS updated its 60-page list of FAQs for recipients of Provider Relief Fund payments.
GASB seeks volunteers to participate in ‘field test’ of proposed changes
GASB is seeking volunteer organizations to test new governmental accounting standard rules.
How hospitals should capture COVID-19 costs to maximize grants from FEMA, CARES Act
To ensure their organizations get a fair share of the billions of dollars in reimbursement and grants available to healthcare providers during COVID-19, finance leaders need a plan for accurately capturing costs.
Yes Virginia, there is a cost shift: Hospitals with higher occupancy rates due to COVID-19 provide more evidence
HFMA's Chad Mulvany says that even though the COVID-19 pandemic is a unique circumstance, emerging margin data from hospitals in the Northeast provide additional evidence in support of the cost shift.
With the coronavirus, contingency planning takes on greater importance for healthcare supply chain professionals
A risk management expert with a leading healthcare consultancy says hospital supply chain professionals should monitor deviations and consider how to respond to them.