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.
Although clinical standards are constantly evolving as medical evidence and treatments emerge, the diagnosis of sepsis has been an area of active debate over the past decade for payers, providers, and researchers.
As payment processes for healthcare services become increasingly complex, many healthcare provider organizations choose to outsource some or all their revenue cycle functions to a third party vendor. However, the perceived benefits of outsourcing can turn out to be illusory if five key considerations are not addressed in vendor contracts.
Most medical coding and compliance programs can benefit from new technology geared to supporting these crucial roles. However, additional thought must be taken to ensure the technology is leveraged successfully. Review of existing processes, team structure, and goals is crucial in order to successfully implement new technology to support or redesign existing processes.
Is it time to cut your revenue cycle bolt-ons? Those applications you purchased to support your EHR/revenue cycle core system are not only expensive but may be impacting system efficiency and optimization.
Healthcare organizations often underestimate the financial risk associated with implementing a new revenue cycle system implementation. These best practices will help organizations drive workflow transformation and performance improvement while minimizing common system conversion pitfalls.
Meet Principal Ben Colton, the leader of ECG's revenue cycle practice. Hear Ben's perspective on the revenue cycle landscape and how we address the challenges facing organizations today.
Learn how ECG partnered with Adventist Health System to use an EHR implementation as a catalyst for a physician enterprise transformation.
Good work standards that lay out quality and quantity expectations are useful—and necessary—for healthcare organizations and their revenue cycle departments.
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