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Revenue Cycle Strategist: May 2019 Issue

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Trend | Revenue Cycle

Revenue Cycle Strategist: May 2019 Issue

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Patient Access

How Texas Health Resources improved patient access and preservice revenue

BY LOLA BUTCHER

The health system uses a centralized preservice financial clearance department and automated dialers to contact 98 percent of scheduled patients before they receive services. 

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Patient Financial Communications

The critical ‘money conversation’ providers should have with patients 

BY MICK STOKES, TERRI ROSITCH, STACY BROOKS AND PETE THOMPSON

Hospital revenue cycle leaders share how they have improved patient financial communications and raised the bar on their payment plans and other consumer-centric offerings.  

Bad Debt

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Don’t stop with primary collections: The value of a secondary bad debt placement strategy

BY JAMES LOGSDON

The natural churn of primary collections is where so much revenue can get missed. It is within this dynamic that the value of secondary placements lies. 

Revenue Cycle

HFMA’s Annual Conference features revenue cycle sessions

In addition to addressing revenue cycle challenges and solutions, the conference offers customized cohort sessions and keynote speakers focused on innovation. 

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