Although many organizations clearly lay out what education, certifications, and proficiencies they require of revenue integrity professionals, they often don’t touch on the soft skills these positions require.
Taking on a new role is a daunting task, especially when it involves switching fields. People who are new to the world of revenue integrity may feel unclear about their job expectations and overwhelmed by the never-ending stream of rules and regulations.
Revenue integrity professionals have diverse backgrounds and skill sets. Many have experience working in other hospital departments, which provides them with a better understanding of the value of revenue integrity across the organization.
Since NAHRI’s inception, the Advisory Board’s members have served as the association’s backbone by providing invaluable insight and support and generously donating their time and expertise. Meet our newest Advisory Board members.