Regulatory and Compliance Guide: What's New for Hospitals
December 20, 2021
Prior to the pandemic, healthcare systems were already working to balance daily clinical operations with competing events. Given the frequency and severity of natural disasters, cybersecurity incidents, man-made threats, and other critical events, there’s a renewed focus on how to better anticipate and respond with a view toward building resilience for the future.
To support healthcare systems, OSHA, the CMS, the Joint Commission and other agencies have devised new guidance and preparedness measures that address these unprecedented challenges.
Learn what's new and how you can meet compliance in this new regulatory guide.
3 Ways to Build Resilience into Hospitals and Health Systems
December 20, 2021
One of many lessons hospitals and health systems learned during the past year is the need for flexibility and adaptability. During the pandemic, making changes to staffing methodologies helped ensure that the right people were placed in the best positions to care for patients. Hospital and health system teams found their roles changing frequently, and that is likely to remain a constant.
Within this guide, learn steps that can be taken to help build resilience into your hospital or health system such as:
Using science to match talent with roles
Incorporate data and analytics for keeping track of talent
Accelerating Advanced Cost Accounting in Healthcare
December 16, 2021
82% of healthcare finance leaders say cost management and reductions are very important to maintaining or rebuilding their organizations' fiscal health.
An effective costing system brings together advanced cost accounting methods and traditional costing methods for efficient and highly accurate results that can drive strategic decision-making and boost fiscal health.
This e-book highlights a four-phased approach to implementing advanced costing methods and accelerating the process to better costing accuracy, efficiency, and transparency.
How UKHS Ramped Up Patients’ Financial Options – and Strengthened Revenue
December 10, 2021
High deductibles and rising out-of-pocket costs put increasing pressure on consumers’ pocketbooks prior to COVID-19. Now, with 10% of adults ages 19-64 uninsured in 2021 ——hospitals face a critical need to help patients better manage their cost of care.
At The University of Kansas Health System, an initiative to transform the patient financial experience by expanding options for payment and putting greater emphasis on financial conversations not only increased patient financial engagement before COVID-19 but also has helped give patients greater peace of mind in seeking care during the pandemic.
Download the latest report to learn how The University of Kansas Health System did it!
Building on the Foundation: How Goshen Health Transformed Patient Experience and the Revenue Cycle with Integrated Patient Access, Intake and Engagement
December 2, 2021
Read the case study to see the results of Goshen Health's implementation of EngageCare®, AccuReg's integrated platform for patient access, intake, and engagement.
Learn how the shift to patient self-service digital engagement helped combat staffing challenges by improving staff efficiency and collaboration, while streamlining patient check-ins, enhancing communication with patients, and increasing POS collections.
Bringing Patients Back to Preventive Care: Restore Healthy Habits by Encouraging Rescheduling of Preventive Care Exams, Screenings, and Vaccinations
December 2, 2021
Preventive care appointments and vaccinations dropped drastically over the last year and a half as a result of COVID-19. Screenings for cancers of the cervix, colon, and breast, were down between 86 percent and 94 percent in March of 2020. While we have started to see a climb upwards the numbers are far from recovered.
In the eBook you’ll learn why patients skip preventative care and vaccinations, how a decline in patient engagement impacts the organization’s financial health, the importance of recall and reminder strategies for maintaining customer engagement, and evidence-based best practices for leveraging technology to help reduce care gaps, eliminate no-shows and ease the burden on staff.