Alexandra Wilson Pecci is an editor for HealthLeaders.
Medicare median wage and CMI-adjusted cost per case was 5.8% higher at AMCs versus non-AMCs in 2017.
Eliminating manual processes for DNFB cases increased revenue, and also increased operational efficiency by 95%.
In hospital-owned primary care practices, that difference is $131,770 more in revenue after operating costs per physician.
Negative online comments and scores about spine surgeons were more likely to fall under 'surgeon-independent' factors like billing in a new study.
Even as healthcare leaders across the country place greater emphasis on consumer-focused strategies, revenue cycle efforts are falling behind.
Bellin Health System aims to build revenue cycle knowledge within clinical operations using service line-revenue cycle platform representatives who will act as liaisons to each of the system's service lines.
Revenue, patient satisfaction, and business in general all rose thanks to price transparency, a new study suggests.
Engaging in 'denials management' rather than 'denials prevention' is a costly approach.
Despite lagging regulations and reimbursement challenges, one provider says individual health systems can change how they do business using virtual visits.
HIPAA's privacy rule has been in effect for 15 years, but this rule is worth reiterating at your healthcare organization to avoid expensive errors.