When you're focused on the day-to-day operations, it can be easy to push off attending healthcare revenue cycle conferences.
Here are a few revenue cycle conferences that the efficientC team is heading to this fall. Will you be there too?
Below is a list of some of the top national and local healthcare conferences we suggest your revenue cycle team attend.Read More
Instant messaging (IM) platforms like Skype for Business are gaining popularity in hospitals, clinics, and healthcare organizations as a cost-effective means to increase communication across departments.
Before adopting any instant messaging platforms for internal communications, your hospital should take into consideration the current HIPAA compliance regulations.Read More
An estimated 802 million manual and over 9 billion electronic transactions were conducted by U.S. commercial medical health plans in 2015. Healthcare providers who utilize a paperless (electronic) claims system are investing in the most efficient and accurate method to send claims to payers.Read More
In today’s healthcare environment, patient financial responsibility has increased dramatically — their higher level of investment in their own care has transformed hospital patients into knowledgeable consumers, and hospital care to more a commodity. Due to this increase in cost patients now expect a high-quality experience. Making their satisfaction with a trip to their provider much more important.Read More
The role of a chief financial officer in today's dynamic healthcare landscape has evolved from a chief controller into a more strategic position overseeing many different parts of the organization — including compliance, finance, and risk management. In a 2015 survey of global CEOs by KPMG, 63% of the surveyed CEOs believe that the CFO’s role will continue to increase in significance over the next three years.
What does it take to be a great hospital or health system CFO? It's a special blend of these 10 qualities.Read More
The Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) has estimated the average cost to rework a claim at $25, and it’s safe to say that cost is rising every year. Our statistics show that 90% of denials are preventable.Read More