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Revenue Cycle Strategist: April 2018 Issue

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Revenue Cycle Strategist: April 2018 Issue

Subscribers can view the December 2017/January 2018 issue of Revenue Cycle Strategist.

Subscribers to Revenue Cycle Strategist may access the individual articles below.

Mergers & Acquisitions

How Geisinger Maintains Strong Revenue Cycle Performance During M&As

By Laura Ramos Hegwer

Geisinger Health System leaders have been able to return to previous revenue cycle performance levels within 90 days or less during their integrations. Their strong performance continues today as demonstrated by the health system’s award-winning revenue cycle department.

Coding Q&A

Outpatient Coding Conundrums

By Sarah Humbert

When the codes on claims submitted by surgeons and outpatient surgery centers are not in agreement, one or both claims may be denied.

Medicaid Payments

Medicaid Waivers: Work Requirements Are Not the Only Changes Coming

By Marie Hinds

Work requirements present unknown changes and impacts, but the impact may not be as big as some assume. However, what providers and recipients need to consider are the other and seemingly less significant changes that will intensify the overall impact of an 1115 Medicaid demonstration waiver.

Figure at a Glance

Taking Steps Toward Improved Customer Experience

By Kermit S. Randa

The study reveals that patients feel as obligated to pay their healthcare providers as they do other professional services; however, their understanding of what they owe, when they owe it, and their options to pay are far less clear.


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