Top 3 Intelligent Automation Rev Cycle Management Partner Must-Haves

Sean BarrettOctober 20, 2021

When it comes to the revenue cycle, technology providers can often be bucketed three ways:

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3 False Claims About Intelligent Automation in the Revenue Cycle

Ronald HaduchOctober 8, 2021

Intelligent automation (IA) is not a panacea for all that’s wrong in healthcare revenue cycle management (RCM). It should not be applied to every task, nor does it result in instant ROI. Plus, automating in healthcare is different than automating in other verticals. Let’s explore common false claims to better ...

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Start Preparing Now for the CMS Appropriate Use Criteria (AUC) Program

Maddie CorriganSeptember 28, 2021

The imaging market in the United States is estimated to generate more than $100 billion annually. While approximately 60% of the imaging volume is conducted within hospitals, ...

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Becker's: Automation Improves Patient and Provider Experiences

Becker's Hospital ReviewJuly 9, 2021

Facing constant pressure from high consumer expectations, shrinking margins and growing provider burnout, health systems need strategies that strengthen relationships and build sustainable long-term growth. Labor-intensive, inefficient processes for orders, insurance authorizations, and scheduling for imaging, ...

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Why to Consider Intelligent Automation as Patients Return to Physician Practices

Ronald HaduchJuly 7, 2021

After a year that resulted in 72% of practices experiencing decreases in revenue, patient volumes are normalizing. ...

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Physicians Practice: Exceed Patient Expectations via the Rev Cycle

Joe PolarisJuly 7, 2021

With the COVID-19 vaccine becoming more widely adopted, the US is slowly starting to emerge from the pandemic. While some things, like in-person gatherings, are starting to go back to pre-pandemic normal, there is still a long way to go when it comes to financial recovery. This may seem especially daunting ...

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Deciphering the No Surprises Act: Top FAQs to Prepare

Ogi Kwon & Sharon KimJuly 1, 2021

The No Surprises Act (“the Act”), effective January 1, 2022, is a federal law designed to protect patients from unexpected excessive medical bills when they are unable to choose an in-network provider. The law requires that out-of-network providers (including hospitals, physicians, non-physician providers, and ...

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Boosting Consumer Acquisition and Engagement with a Digital Front Door

Donham PrescottJune 30, 2021

As we emerge from the pandemic, healthcare marketing and communications teams that had quickly shifted gears away from promotional efforts during the crisis to providing education and maintaining engagement are now moving forward to further build trust and ...

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MGMA Takeaways: Transforming Care Coordination and RCM

Joe PolarisJune 21, 2021

At the recent MGMA Medical Practice Excellence Pathways Conference, Sherri Harris, Regional Manager of Scheduling for Ascension Sacred Heart and Joe Polaris, SVP, Product and Technology for R1 RCM discussed ways to transform the care ...

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Why Data-Driven Emergency Department Scheduling is Critical Post-COVID-19

Steve QueenJune 9, 2021

Even as the U.S. emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, emergency department (ED) patient volumes are still predicted to be inconsistent throughout 2021. Last year, ED visits were down

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