Artificial Intelligence or "AI" has been in the news on a number of fronts. In this review, we seek to demonstrate how this technology can help support and improve revenue cycle performance across the financial continuum.
The confluence of multiple transformational pressures on the cancer care industry not only heightens the importance of strategic planning (so organizations are well prepared to respond to these changes) but also increases the complexity of planning.
Comments made by CMS Administrator Seema Verma earlier this year have raised speculation that a major overhaul of the Stark law could be in the works, and the announced changes could have implications for health systems developing risk-based and value-focused models.
CMS is currently seeking stakeholder comments on proposed rule changes that would affect critical access hospitals (CAHs) and the way in which both CAHs and partner acute care hospitals build resident FTE caps and claim reimbursement for training residents.
ECG Management Consultants and Hallmark Healthcare Solutions are excited to announce a Strategic Alliance Agreement for Heisenberg II (patent pending and trademarked), an artificially intelligent, cloud-based software that empowers health systems and physician groups to increase transparency and enable validation throughout their physician compensation process.
The Actuarial and Financial domain, as defined by the MA DSRIP TA Marketplace, includes strategies for value-based payment. Learn more about this TA Domain and possible projects to pursue.
Presentations and discussions at this year’s institute converged around two key themes: (1) the need for training to evolve to better prepare residents and fellows to address the country’s changing healthcare needs and (2) the importance of clearly defining the full value GME provides to an organization.
Matt Seiler, a senior consultant in our San Francisco office, recently sat down with Jason Lee, an associate principal, to have a conversation about provider financial services in its current state.
A significant portion of the nation’s teaching hospitals are training residents in excess of their Medicare FTE caps. Applying for redistributed cap slots from a closed teaching hospital is one of the few opportunities hospitals may have to receive an increase in these otherwise permanent FTE caps.
Page 3 of 72