By Vasilios Nassiopoulos – Reimbursement is becoming increasingly complex for today’s providers. And while it is fair to say that a certain amount of missed revenue has always been part of the bottom-line equation, healthcare organizations simply cannot afford to leave money on the table in the current market climate.Read More
Healthcare Revenue Cycle and Finance
By Cameron Wood – Independent practices have been facing unprecedented challenges, especially in today’s pandemic based reality. Two of the most fundamental aspects of starting and running a practice are often the aspects that most practices ignore: payer contracts and credentialing.
By Craig Adkins – The pandemic has brought many challenges to physician practices, especially small, independent providers operating outside the domains of COVID-19 treatment. Fewer outpatient visits and even fewer procedure have led to serious financial hardship for many providers.
By Summer Humphreys – Patient health hasn’t been the only thing that was hit hard (and continues to feel residual effects) during the COVID-19 pandemic. Numerous reports have shown that healthcare organization revenue also suffered dramatically since mid-March.
By Deirdre Ruttle – The idea of a largely digital world is no longer a far off fantasy. It is today’s reality. Digital adoption is expected to continue growing as precautionary guidelines related to COVID-19 encourage limited in-person interactions whenever possible.
By Samantha Young – Three months ago, the nation watched as COVID-19 patients overwhelmed New York City’s intensive care units, forcing some of its hospitals to convert cafeterias into wards and pitch tents in parking lots.
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By Mark Spinner – More than half of all consumers plan to delay non-emergency but medically needed care (58 percent) or diagnostic tests (56 percent) following the COVID-19 outbreak, and the length of care delays increases among vulnerable populations, such as families with children and minorities, an AccessOne survey shows.
By Cameron Wood – From the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare providers have been reaching out to us expressing some of the most difficult decisions they have ever been faced with; Practices are struggling to keep their doors open as costs mount, and revenue has fallen significantly.