Healthcare Revenue Cycle Management, ICD-10, Claims Reimbursement, Medicare, Medicaid

Revenue Cycle Management Interviews

4 Healthcare Supply Chain Management Tips for Revenue Success

by Jennifer Bresnick

In a healthcare organization, keeping tabs on the ebb and flow of medical supplies is an incredibly important yet often overlooked task.  From syringes and gauze to drugs, disinfectant, and paper gowns, understanding supply chain manag...

Provider Communication Key for Success in Bundled Payments

by Vera Gruessner

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has established a number of different healthcare reimbursement strategies including pay-for-performance, alternative payment models, and bundled payments. For instance, the CMS Comprehe...

Why Concierge Medicine Programs Boost Patient Satisfaction

by Vera Gruessner

Due to the many complications of healthcare reform and the many quality care initiatives being established by federal agencies and payers, both new and well-established alternative healthcare delivery models are cropping up. Concierge medic...

How EHR Data Analytics Influences Value-Based Reimbursement

by Jacqueline DiChiara

As the transition away from traditional, fee-for-service payment models towards value-based reimbursement continues, the implementation of electronic health records (EHRs) is becoming the rule rather than the exception. The Centers for Medi...

Shared-Decision Making Advances Value-Based Care Outcomes

by Jacqueline DiChiara

Shared-decision making promotes strong dialogue between healthcare providers and healthcare consumers and builds stronger value-based care outcomes. At its core, shared-decision making gives beneficiaries more choice about their care and tr...

Revenue Cycle Management Success is About the Fundamentals

by Jacqueline DiChiara

Revenue cycle management success is the heart of any healthcare organization. Defined as the clinical and administrative management of claims management, payment, and revenue production, revenue cycle management is in essence one large...

Why Did Experienced Accountable Care Organizations Fail?

by Jacqueline DiChiara

The Medicare Pioneer Accountable Care Organization (ACO) has proven it is able to manage larger performance-based financial risk levels. But some Pioneer ACOs dropped out when quality benchmarks were too hard to reach. RevCycleIntelligence....

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