Today’s healthcare organizations need a partner that can work in a dynamic environment, bringing together people, processes and technology to deliver and represent patient care. There is a need “capture to code” to close the loop between clinical care and revenue cycle across the continuum of care.
Watch this video for more information…Capture to Code Across the Continuum of Care.
Can Wearable Technology Help Reduce Costly Hospital-Acquired Pressure Injuries?
Smith and Nephew
July 17, 2020
Pressure injuries are the only hospital-acquired condition on the rise, creating staggering patient and financial burdens for hospitals. Patient turning is crucial, but traditional tools are limited, nurses are task-saturated and compliance is low.
Are you ready to turn over a new leaf in pressure injury prevention?
Watch the video for more information: Can Wearable Technology Help Reduce Costly Hospital-Acquired Pressure Injuries?
Finding Rehab Success: Key Benefits of Partnership
Kindred Hospital Rehabilitation Services
June 30, 2020
In today’s healthcare environment, partnership is preferable to developing in-house rehabilitation programs.
Support from a third-party team of rehab experts enables healthcare providers to reach high levels of performance at lower expenses than ownership, patient experience improves with fewer in-house resources, and post-acute expenditures are lowered by reducing several critical cost factors, including emergency room visits, readmissions and claim denials.
Watch the video for more information: Finding Rehab Success: Key Benefits of Partnership
Hospital Financial Distress Indicators– Warning Signs to Watch
Community Hospital Corporation
June 1, 2020
Thin margins are a reality for many community hospitals, but certain financial indicators are warning signs that “business as usual” isn’t working. Understanding trends and their causes is the key to reversing a distressed hospital.
Watch this video to learn what data points should be reviewed.