Turning a traditionally managed healthcare organization into a revenue integrity focused organization requires planning, dedication, resources, and leadership. With the right team and the right technology,...

Denials management continues to be a significant challenge for healthcare organizations in 2021, and beyond. Earlier this year, NAHRI conducted a survey to its Leadership Council on denials management, and 100 leaders,...

NAHRI Advisory Board membet Caroline Znaniec, MBA, MS-HCA, will clear up the confusion surrounding pricing transparency.

NAHRI Advisory Board member John Settlemyer, MBA, MHA, CPC, CHRI, will walk attendees through the coding and billing processes for new technology in both inpatient and outpatient settings.

NAHRI Advisory Board member Denise Williams, COC, CHRI, decodes Medicare billing regulations for supplies, ancillary services, and bedside procedures.

Jennifer Grayson cuts through the confusion and explain how she implemented a formal charge error correction process at her organization.

NAHRI Advisory Board member Denise Williams, COC, CHRI, discusses AUC reporting requirements, how to access the criteria, processes to support reporting, and how to ensure that all information is available and reported on the claim.

Many healthcare organizations are moving beyond traditional revenue cycle management strategies and adopting a more holistic revenue integrity approach. When properly structured, a revenue integrity team will improve revenue capture while diminishing leakage in a meaningful and measurable way....

Each stage of the mid-cycle represents an opportunity for additional leakage of accurate and appropriate documentation, resulting in inaccurate coding of conditions being monitored and treated during a patient’s encounter. And despite massive investments in documentation and coding solutions for...

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