For the third consecutive year, NAHRI is hosting Revenue Integrity Week to celebrate the hard work, dedication, and remarkable achievements of revenue integrity professionals across the country. As part of Revenue Integrity Week, NAHRI takes an in-depth look at trends across the industry with the 2020 State of the Revenue Integrity Industry Survey Report. The survey explores the roles and responsibilities of revenue integrity professionals, their backgrounds, and the key functions of the job.
In the spirit of Revenue Integrity Week, which is designed to celebrate the diligence and dedication of revenue integrity professionals, NAHRI’s State of the Revenue Integrity Industry Survey once again took a deep dive into the roles of revenue integrity professionals, the activities they are responsible for, and the backgrounds from which they came. Though many respondents have been performing duties that align with revenue integrity work for upwards of decades, established revenue integrity titles and roles have been around for a shorter period. As we compare results from last year, we can only begin to see a shift as facilities establish departments and programs and further define revenue integrity.
As the revenue integrity profession evolves, there will be a greater need to streamline its roles and responsibilities. While some revenue integrity professionals have been in the game for years and have established departments or programs, others find themselves in new roles without much direction from facility leadership as to what their focus should be. In the spirit of Revenue Integrity Week, which celebrates the diligence and dedication of revenue integrity professionals, NAHRI took a deep dive into the activities, backgrounds, and challenges of revenue integrity professionals.