In times when many hospitals and health systems will face negative margins, employing activity-based costing principles that support a value-based healthcare economy provides essential information for healthcare leaders. Using this method to understand expenses associated with providing care...Read More »
Q. Nearly 20% of respondents use a vendor-built tool integrated with their EHR to identify revenue leaks. What kind of revenue leakage should revenue integrity aim to identify through the use of this technology?
Martin Luther King Jr. Day took place January 20 this year. What else makes January 20, 2020, significant? It was the day the CDC confirmed the first case of COVID-19 in the United States. In the following days, weeks, and months,...Read More »
Q. Most respondents (35%) stated that operational departments are responsible for reconciling their own charges with regular support from revenue integrity. What recommendations do you have for revenue integrity team members and operational departments involved in the charge...Read More »
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Although patient care remains the primary concern during COVID-19, the financial effects of the crisis will linger for many months afterward. Maintaining good UR discipline may help hospitals emerge from this emergency in better financial condition and able to better serve their populations.Read More »