Revenue CycleBilling, Coding Errors Costing Providers Big Time
New research estimates that a single primary care physician could add $124,435 in preventative services to their practice's annual revenue...
PayerMolina Healthcare of California Slapped with $1M Fine for Delayed Payments
Molina has also paid $80 million in disputed and delayed claims to providers, plus $1.8 million in interest.
Revenue CycleMolina Healthcare Settles False Claims Act Violation for $4.6M
The company allegedly submitted fraudulent Medicaid reimbursements while violating licensing and supervision of staff regulations.
StrategySCOTUS Strikes Down 340B Cuts; Hospitals Whoop
The unanimous ruling in American Hospital Association v. Becerra sets up the potential for hospitals to collect billions of dollars...
Revenue Cycle2022 Mid-Year Snapshot: Most Read Revenue Cycle Articles
Revenue cycle top stories include a story on the leaders at Hutchinson Clinic and their experiences on outsourcing revenue cycle...
Revenue CycleNo Surprises Act Prevented More Than 2M Surprise Bills in First Two Months
A survey from AHIP and the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association (BCBSA) finds that the law protected millions of patients...
Revenue CycleColorado Supreme Court Rejects Hospital's $229K Surprise Bill
The ruling protects a woman from an unexpected medical bill resulting from the hospital's chargemaster rate.
Revenue CycleBolster the Patient Billing Experience for Overall Rev Cycle Success
The patient financial experience is just as important to a hospital as a patient's clinical experience. Healthcare leaders share their...
Revenue CycleUnitedHealth Sued Over Low Reimbursement Rate for Physicians
The payer giant is accused of forcing physician groups out of network to lure them to its subsidiary, Optum.
Revenue CycleCO Hospitals: Tighten up Price Transparency, Collection Practices to Avoid Financial Penalties
If a Colorado hospital attempts to collect medical debt from patients but has not been complying with CMS' price transparency...
Revenue CycleOIG Requests $1.1M in Overpayments From New York Provider
A New York City provider received an estimated $1.1 million in Medicare overpayments for behavioral health services that did not...
StrategyHealthcare Indexes Find More Americans Dissatisfied, Struggling to Afford Healthcare
West Health and Gallup, an analytics firm, collaborated on the development of the indexes.