Just as providers use data to deliver quality care and improve a patient's health, clinicians and administrators should rely on the evidence available in their reporting systems to analyze the revenue cycle and improve the practice's financial health.
The rules and regulations impacting the healthcare revenue cycle are rapidly changing. AAHAM Music City Chapter gives local executives the tools to stay ahead.
Getting paid for services starts before a patient walks through the door and continues long after they leave. Successfully managing all the parts of the revenue cycle is the best way to make sure your practices gets the correct piece of the revenue pie.
Improved efficiency and communication are at the heart of blockchain technology, offering great promise for the healthcare industry to realize improved outcomes in both a business and clinical setting.
As demands on practices continue to rise, some physicians are turning to Medical Services Organizations (MSOs) to handle back office functions.
On Sept. 25, Change Healthcare announced the launch of the first blockchain solution for enterprise-scale use in healthcare, enabling payers and providers to boost revenue cycle efficiency, improve real-time analytics, cut costs, and create innovative new services.
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