By Devin Partida – Medical professionals prioritize giving people high-quality care and ensuring those patients get paid for that treatment via successful insurance claims. When a person deals with too many denials, their insurance plan becomes largely useless.Read More
By Dan Schulte – Provider healthcare technology has progressed rapidly toward advancing clinical care. Despite the great advances in provider technology, innovation has been comparatively slow for most providers’ financial processes.
By Kaitlyn Houseman – When a patient’s insurance claim is denied, not only can your cash flow be affected, the relationship with your patient can be damaged as well. Some claim denials can be successfully appealed, but even when appeals succeed, they can…
By April Wilson – Are you tired of email spam and annoying internet ads? Well, it might be time to pay closer attention to them. That’s because digital marketers know something about human behavior that you probably don’t.
By Marty Callahan – The way payer trends are developing, you can expect your 2019 to be a year defined by denials. Last year, the Advisory Board’s biennial survey on revenue cycle found a median 350-bed hospital was likely to lose $3.5 million to increased denials writeoffs over the previous four years.
By Brad Josephson – Recently, there’s been a huge amount of attention paid toward analytics and the type of information it can provide to all levels of management in the healthcare revenue cycle.
By Lisa Eramo – When was the last time you examined your net collection rate as part of a ‘financial health and wellness’ checkup? Monitoring this rate has always been important; however, it is absolutely critical in the current healthcare environment.
By Lisa Eramo – When it comes to denials, physicians may feel as though insurance carriers have always have the upper hand. But this long-held belief isn’t true—especially when the claims in dispute are subject to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) of 1974.
By Ricki Ransom – Healthcare providers are spending a significant amount of time and energy with patients just to find out that an insurance company will fight them on paying for the services provided.