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.
In a recent National Association of Healthcare Revenue Integrity (NAHRI) survey, 143 coding, compliance, revenue integrity, HIM, and executive leaders from healthcare providers shared their insights on coding and
Members of NAHRI’s Professional Advocacy Committee offered insight on changes to price transparency and strategies for charge reconciliation following association updates on NAHRI’s January 28 Quarterly Call.
The purpose of this policy is to define routine daily hospital services, covered medical and surgical services and supplies, which are sometimes referred to as room and board. This policy is not intended to impact medical practice or care decisions.
Listening to NAHRI Quarterly Conference Call (free for NAHRI members) qualifies for one CHRI CEU credit upon the completion of the accompanying survey (beginning January 2019). If you’re a NAHRI member and are interested in presenting on an upcoming NAHRI members-only call, please...