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Studies Conducted by HFMA

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Studies Conducted by HFMA

This collection of HFMA surveys is periodically updated. Please bookmark this page and check for new surveys.

This collection of HFMA surveys is periodically updated. Please bookmark this page and check for new surveys.

Labor Management Trends
Sponsored by Navigant

Self Pay and the Benefits of Prospective Patient Engagement
Sponsored by Parallon

Value-Based Payment Readiness
Sponsored by Humana

Revenue Cycle ICD-10 Readiness Survey
Sponsored by 3M HIS

Clinical Documentation Meets Financial Performance
Sponsored by Nuance

Electronic Health Records and Meaningful Use

Hospital-Physician Affiliation
Sponsored by McKesson

Payvider Survey Summary Report
Sponsored by Guidehouse

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