Rethink Lost Revenue, Realize a Better Patient Experience

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Cardinal Health

One of the largest contributors to hospitals’ bad debt write-off is denied or rejected claims. In fact, each year rejected or denied claims result in an average of $5 million lost per health system and a whopping 60 percent of discharged, nonpaid patients become bad debt.1

The problem lies in fueling that endless cycle of work and rework. Existing processes to correct rejected and denied claims are largely focused on recovery. The solution? It’s time to flip that assumption and focus on prevention.

Prevention of rejected and denied claims starts with a proactive process, so rejected and denied claims do not happen in the first place. Executed effectively, a proactive, best-practice approach can prevent rejected and denied claims by as much as 80 percent.2

Download our whitepaper to learn how your hospitals and health systems can implement a proactive, best-practice program for remittance and patient care. 

How Intelligent Workflow Technology can Help Address Surgeons' Top Documentation Burdens

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Surgeons and their care teams are continuing to face the challenge of balancing patient care responsibilities with the increasing burden of administrative tasks. Healthcare organizations are finding it is better to automate than to keep doing it the same manual way to streamline documentation and reduce the burden on surgeons. With AI-driven documentation and intelligent workflows, healthcare organizations can improve accuracy, enhance efficiency, and drive ROI.

A new HealthLeaders Buzz Survey on documentation trends, supported by Nuance, found that investment in surgical documentation tools is an essential priority for most healthcare organizations.

In this latest research report, you’ll gain insights on:

  • Surgical documentation priorities and their evolution
  • Advantages of AI-driven documentation and intelligent workflows
  • Investing in the future
  • Driving true ROI with advanced surgical documentation technology
  • And more!

Download the report to learn more.

Keys to Creating an Exceptional Member Experience

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In the face of shrinking margins and ongoing economic uncertainty, payors are under enormous pressure to do more with less. With aging technology and disconnected data, many payors struggle to meet these expectations.

Download the following ebook to explore how payors can use AI to create a powerful engagement strategy that meets members where they are, improves satisfaction, simplifies the members’ journey, and reduces costs.

You’ll also learn how the right engagement strategy:

  • It uses AI, speech, and natural language understanding that guides members to the optimal channel
  • Gives care service teams the tools and insights to offer effective guidance and resolve issues quickly
  • Allows resolution of complex questions with design strategies such as personalization and intent switching

Can Technology Relieve Pulmonary Complications—and the Staffing Shortage?

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Facilities are seeing more patients with acute and chronic respiratory conditions—but due to departures and burnout, there are fewer respiratory therapists (RTs) to treat them.1 This just-released white paper examines whether a proven2 respiratory therapy that can reduce treatment time and improve patient outcomes may also help ease your staff's burden.

Compelling evidence suggests that Oscillation and Lung Expansion (OLE) therapy may be part of the clinical and financial solution, shown to reduce hospital length of stay by 4.9 days for intubated patients and 1.6 days for hospital patients.1

This white paper examines how OLE therapy may reduce the time RTs need to spend with each patient, and potentially the number of patients they need to treat. You'll also find data related to the respiratory staff shortage, its potential impact on patient care and facility financials, and how deploying OLE therapy can support RT efficiency and effectiveness.

Wellness Rising: Accelerating Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Sponsored by
GOMO Health

A collection of case studies highlighting sustainable, person-centered, digital health management programs that address diversity, equity, and inclusion. Learn actionable strategies to improve health outcomes for underserved populations. 

Case Study Highlights:

Successfully implemented evidence-based solutions yielding more than $250M in annual savings

Tactics to connect various agencies to deliver programs that address patient-reported social determinants of health and identify and decrease disparities and gaps in care for underserved, vulnerable populations.

The creation and implementation of the first engagement and data hub for integrated care, coordinating physical and behavioral health, human/social service, law enforcement, and judicial organizations

MIPS: Recommendations for Physicians

Sponsored by
Change Healthcare

Traditional MIPS plans will conclude in 2023. In the past few years, due to extensions, exclusions, and other factors that might have meant you weren't too concerned with the extensive details of the MIPS program, the results might not have had a significant impact on your practice.

Are you prepared to avoid penalties?

Here's what you need to know to act now to prepare and prevent penalties.