Revenue integrity professionals are at the forefront of improving the accuracy, efficiency and thoroughness of their organizations’ billing and revenue capture processes. Yet they continually face challenges such as limited budgets, system complexity, departmental silos, insufficient staffing...

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.
 

The NAHRI Professional Advocacy Committee is responsible for the research and development of position papers that can help further the revenue integrity profession and bring awareness to matters impacting revenue integrity practices. This position paper from the committee looks at inpatient...

Use this excerpt from a sample charge capture workflow questionnaire/checklist to build a template for your organization.

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