Healthcare Payers and Providers Collaborate to Improve Outcomes

Value-based incentives and other policies of recent years have forced healthcare payers and providers to work together more closely and communicate more often. Such policies include aspects such as risk-sharing financial arrangements and programs aimed at improving the patient experience. Join us as we explore the dynamics of this relationship that can improve profitability. 

Value-based incentives and other policies of recent years have forced healthcare payers and providers to work together more closely and communicate more often. Such policies include …

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Improve Your Healthcare Organization’s Claims Denial Management Processes

Successful management of claims denials is one of the most important aspects of a productive revenue cycle management process. Learn more about claims denial management and what steps your healthcare organization can take to improve this internal process. 

Successful management of claims denials is one of the most important aspects of a productive revenue cycle management process. Learn more about claims denial management and what steps your healthcare…

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Healthcare Payers Uncertainty Lingers Following Demise of AHCA

How are healthcare payers affected by the demise of the recent Republican healthcare bill? Let’s review how payers are impacted by this and other legislative changes, and the reemergence of talk about a single-payer healthcare system.

How are healthcare payers affected by the demise of the recent Republican healthcare bill? Let’s review how payers are impacted by this and other legislative changes, and the reemergence of talk about a single-payer healthcare system….

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Ambulatory Surgery Centers | ASC | Healthcare Solutions

As with many healthcare organizations today, ambulatory surgery centers (ASC) have been hit hard by decreasing reimbursements, strict reporting criteria and a lack of adequate resources to address the increasing demands of the healthcare industry. To distinguish themselves in today’s market, surgery centers must harness the ability to effortlessly delve into their problems and processes and gain the insight necessary to ask the appropriate questions – and take the appropriate measures – to improve their organization’s operations.