Happy holidays from NAHRI

Wednesday, December 29, 2021

In observance of the holidays, the NAHRI office is closed December 23–January 3 and will reopen Tuesday, January 4. This week, NAHRI is taking time to catch up.

NAHRI was busy over the past 12 months. In between a flurry of virtual educational events and networking opportunities, we kept revenue integrity professionals in the know with news, case studies, and tools to get the job done. Let’s take a look at some of the highlights you might have missed.

NAHRI’s top five revenue integrity resources:

  1. 2020 Revenue integrity salary survey report
  2. Charge capture reconciliation policy
  3. NAHRI recommended revenue integrity job descriptions
  4. NAHRI Research Report: The Crucial Role of Technology and Provider Engagement in Reducing Denials
  5. Sample revenue integrity department structure


NAHRI’s top five articles:

  1. 2022 MPFS final rule revamps split/shared visit billing, expands telehealth
  2. High-cost novel cell and gene therapies: The time for action is now!
  3. How Duke Health structures a dynamic revenue integrity department
  4. Line item removal of cardiac implants: Revenue integrity’s next challenge
  5. Q&A: Determining revenue code for COVID-19 monoclonal antibody infusion


Looking ahead

So, what’s next for NAHRI? Over the final months of this year, we’ve worked hard to ensure your needs for revenue integrity education and networking will continue to be met in 2022. Here’s a peek at some of the projects and opportunities waiting for you:


Keep an eye out for more opportunities over the coming months.

In 2022, NAHRI will remain committed to serving the revenue integrity industry. If you have questions, suggestions, or tips, we’d love to hear from you. Contact NAHRI at nahri@hcpro.com or Director Nicole Votta at nvotta@hcpro.com.

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