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Your Guide to Navigating the Medicare Revenue Cycle

With Medicare claims on the rise, and the complexity of the claims process not wavering, this guide aims to explain the ins and outs of the Medicare claims process and outline the necessary tools to make your lives easier.

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The single, most expensive administrative cost for providers is...

Administrative overhead is a real burden for many providers. Technology and automation have been mandated by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid in certain parts of healthcare processes, but overall, the healthcare industry is way behind in utilizing technology and automation for increased efficiencies and profit. This blog will explore the latest findings from the Council for Affordable [...]

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Solve 2020’s Biggest Challenges in Healthcare

The top 5 challenges facing healthcare today can all be mitigated by a healthier revenue cycle. This blog will explore changes you can make in your rev cycle to address and even conquer these challenges, outlined by Managed Healthcare Executive.

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Eliminating Medicare Denials is More Important than Ever!

With Election Day behind us and the upcoming Presidential election in 2020, Medicare for All is one hot topic. Wherever you stand politically, I think we can all agree that dealing with Medicare claims can be challenging for a myriad of reasons. Right off the bat, Medicare pays hospitals about 40% less than private insurance for inpatient services and doctors about 30% less for their services. [...]

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Seven Keys to Success to Improve Out-of-Network Collections

According to Richa Singh of Collection Rx, 5-10% of healthcare revenue is lost due to lack of time and technology associated with the work involved to follow up on the cost of collections resulting from unprocessed claims, missing documents, and denials. In many instances, providers overlook claims that are not properly processed and, as such, miss out on revenue. More importantly, almost 40% [...]

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