PayerStates Target Health Insurers' 'Prior Authorization' Red Tape
Last year, lawmakers in 29 states and Washington, D.C., considered some 90 bills to limit prior authorization requirements.
Revenue Cycle3 Revenue Cycle Challenges That Will Continue in 2024
Add these to your list of New Years resolutions.
Revenue CycleDenials Management is Costing Some Revenue Cycles Millions
A new report underscores the significant financial burden that denials pose for organizations.
Revenue CycleHow Health Insurers Have Made Appealing Denials So Complicated
Health insurers reject millions of claims for treatment every year in America. Corporate insiders, recordings, and internal emails expose the...
Revenue CycleFirst Wave of UHC Prior Auth Cuts Begin, But Will it Matter?
In an effort to soften the payer/provider relationship, many large health insurers are rolling back on prior authorizations.
PayerDoctors and Patients Try to Shame Insurers Online to Reverse Prior Authorization Denials
Insurers say the prior authorization helps them control costs.
Revenue CycleMost-Read Revenue Cycle Articles in Q2 2023
Check out the most-read revenue cycle articles from the past quarter.
Revenue CycleLeaders Agree, The Revenue Cycle Needs More Denials Management Expertise
Hundreds of leaders were asked which rev cycle tasks require the most subject matter expertise.
Revenue Cycle3 Ways One Leader Streamlines Denials Management
Denials aren't going anywhere, but streamlining how you manage them will help improve revenue cycle operations.
Revenue CycleDefending Revenue Cycle Claims in Light of New Payer Policies
Cigna recently made a big change in how they will pay certain claims.
Revenue CycleTargeting Your Approach: Fighting Payer Denials in Revenue Cycle
One leader has found that using a targeted approach by creating contract experts is a key to warding off payer...
Revenue CycleDenials Management Once Again Strikes a Chord with Revenue Cycle Leaders
Revenue cycle leaders were asked to rank the most time-consuming tasks at their organization, and the results aren?t surprising.