The demands of the healthcare industry require that professionals become lifelong learners. This is part of the reason why revenue integrity professionals, who are known overachievers in the best sense of the word, are attracted to the field. There is always more to learn and room to grow.
When hospitals or provider entities merge under one system structure, particularly when moving onto a new EMR or practice management system platform, it can be a heavy lift for all parties involved as they work to ensure a successful transition and structure a strong foundation for future growth.
NAHRI’s Revenue Integrity Symposium (RIS) is a fantastic way to network with and learn from revenue integrity professionals from across the country. But have you considered that RIS can also help hone your professional speaking skills?
A federal appeals court on December 29 rejected the hospital industry’s attempt to block CMS’ price transparency rule, effective January 1, that requires hospitals to disclose standard charges, including payer-specific negotiated rates, for 300 services.
This sample novel coronavirus (COVID-19) query was developed by Sharme Brodie, RN, CCDS, CCDS-O, CDI education specialist at ACDIS/HCPro in Middleton, Massachusetts. Should you choose to use this sample, you...