NAHRI has extended the deadline to submit application to speak at the 2023 Revenue Integrity Symposium (RIS), to be held September 18‒19 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The deadline to submit applications is Sunday, January 29.
Better-performing revenue integrity programs have clear objectives with defined roles and expectations. This prevents overlap between functions, including those of the billing office, compliance, internal audit, and clinical operations. Your...Read More »
Revenue integrity salaries are trending back upward, according to respondents to NAHRI's 2022 Revenue Integrity Salary Survey. In 2022, 78% reported earning an annual salary of more than $69,999 annually, compared to 66% in 2021 and 77% in 2020. As in previous years, annual salaries were spread...Read More »
It’s helpful to understand payer-specific contract terms and government billing requirements when developing work lists or work queues and reports. Analyzing data that comes from claim scrubber edits, return to provider edits, variances, and denials can provide insight into repetitive issues...Read More »
Although productivity metrics are common in other revenue cycle departments, there are likely several reasons they don’t see widespread use in revenue integrity. Although the complexity of revenue integrity functions can be daunting to measure, the relative newness of many revenue integrity...Read More »