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

EHR Adoption

EHR Adoption Does Not Lower Administrative, Medical Billing Costs

February 26, 2018 - Electronic health records (EHRs) did not reduce insurance-related and medical billing costs despite the federal government’s claims that EHR adoption would lower administrative expenditures, according to a recent Journal of the American Medical Association study. Administrative costs related to medical billing accounted for as much as one-quarter of professional revenue, researchers...


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Health Center Work Conditions Drop After Practice Transformation

by Jacqueline Belliveau

Improving work conditions for clinicians and staff members may be key to implementing practice transformations for value-based care in federally qualified health centers (FQHCs), a new Health Affairs study suggested. Recent survey results showed...

How a Rural Hospital Used Health IT, EHR to Stay Independent

by Jacqueline Belliveau

In a time of declining claims reimbursement rates and value-based care, rural hospitals are struggling more than ever to improve their healthcare revenue cycle management strategies. For many rural hospitals, the decision oftentimes comes down...

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