Maximize Self-Pay Revenue with Better Coverage Detection

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Over the last few years, an estimated 48 million people1 in the U.S. (under the age of 65) have lost their jobs. This spike in unemployment caused many people to lose employer-provided health insurance as well.

About 20% were insured through their employer and more than 30% had coverage through Medicaid, CHIP, or another family member’s job.

While millions of these individuals and families are expected to remain uninsured, many will enroll in ACA, secure coverage through a new employer, or become eligible for Medicaid or other public programs.

What can providers do?

Download this whitepaper to learn more about proactive steps to find hidden insurance coverage among patients who present as self-pay—so you can collect more from patients and payers alike, limit bad debt and improve financials.

The 2022 Revenue Cycle Denials Index

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Change Healthcare

The Change Healthcare 2022 Revenue Cycle Denials Index provides a review of national medical claim denial trends, with strategies to help decrease denial rates. Download the eBook to:

  • Review and compare current and historical denial rates across root causes, denials by payer type, whether denials are preventable and recoverable, and other denial attributes.
  • Explore how you can help prevent and manage denials — from registration through claims and appeals management — with a three-pronged approach.

Workforce Well-being: Digital Innovations for Improving the Life of a Healthcare Worker

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Although the pandemic has prompted many healthcare organizations to acknowledge the essential role that their workforce has in providing high-quality and safe care, efforts to promote physician well-being are often still too inadequate.

The physician burnout level and other measures of physician distress have increased dramatically over the last few years, as a recent research article has found that in 2021, 62.8% of physicians reported at least one symptom of burnout, up from just 38.2% in 2020.

In addition, workforce shortages in the healthcare industry aren’t limited to clinical care. A recent survey found that more than a third of health system leaders are worried about how to staff and maintain their IT departments while simultaneously expanding their digital health strategy.

In downloading this eBook, learn more about key findings and decision-making strategies healthcare leaders are implementing to further boost their organization’s overall workforce well-being.

A Paradigm Shift in Nurse Staffing

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Community Hospital Corporation

In this free whitepaper, learn how the nurse shortage is sparking rethinking, retooling, and new staffing models at community hospitals. Learn how innovations at acute care hospitals can be put in place to address staffing issues while managing labor costs and maintaining patient care standards. Knowing the shortage of nurses won’t end soon, hospitals have been working on strategies to alleviate ongoing staffing challenges.

The pandemic accelerated their efforts. Hospitals have cross-trained, repurposed, and upskilled existing staff, and set aside siloed views of responsibility. They have also explored different staffing models. The severe clinician shortage is just one of many challenges community hospitals can expect to face for the foreseeable future, and the pandemic reinforced the need to prepare for the unexpected, as well.

Download the whitepaper to learn more!

Information Your Teams Can Trust to Improve the Quality of Care

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Wolters Kluwer

The increased complexity in patient care, the influx of medical research, and the pressure physicians, clinicians, and care teams face have revealed an urgent need for Clinical Decision Support solutions to provide reliable, trusted information at the point of care. With Wolters Kluwer Clinical Decision Support systems, healthcare facilities can work to align care decisions across the care continuum, streamline workflows and improve physician satisfaction, and elevate patient experiences.  

Our eBook, “Information is the best medicine,” covers the challenges facing healthcare systems and the solutions available for improving clinical effectiveness. 

From Preventive Care to Delayed Progression: How an Integrated Approach Produces Better Outcomes for Renal Disease

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Chronic kidney disease (CKD) affects more than 1 in 7 U.S. adults, yet most have no idea they have it. Many patients only discover they have the condition when their kidneys fail, requiring emergency hospitalization and costly medications to treat life-threatening complications.

Early diagnosis and a comprehensive approach that considers the entire patient journey are needed. Through better coordination of care and more patient support, we can help delay renal disease progression and support better health outcomes.

Download the e-book to find out how!