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Financial Stability in a Fluid Market

Posted on 11/01/17 | Comments

Four Ways to Address Data Management Challenges and Strengthen Your Revenue Cycle

Revenue cycle management can leverage systems and workflows that close gaps, tie up loose ends, and ensure submission of a clean claim. Reference data—representing the coded and uncoded data used across a health system—plays an all-important role in strategies that optimize revenue cycle processes and ensure compliance with industry licensing requirements.

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Topics: revenue cycle management

Health Language and MediMobile Partner to Improve the Hospital Revenue Cycle

Posted on 04/27/17 | Comments

It’s no secret that reimbursement is increasingly complex for today’s hospitals and health systems. In truth, a fair amount of billing inaccuracies and missed charge capture has always been part of the bottom-line challenge. But today’s providers simply cannot afford to let any money slip through the cracks as they navigate new value-based care models and take on more risk.

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Topics: MediMobile, provider friendly terminology, billing accuracy, revenue cycle management

Four Reasons Healthcare Organizations Need to Simplify the Documentation of the Clinician Diagnosis Process

Posted on 10/25/16 | Comments

Finding and selecting the right diagnosis code is critical to both patient care and revenue cycle management. The downstream negative impact of using an unspecified code can touch everything from decision support to reimbursement, compliance, and reporting. In addition, unspecified codes are not as useful for other clinicians needing to review the records and for patients themselves as they review their own records.

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Topics: provider friendly terminology, PFT, reinburment, cdi, clinical documentation, unspecified codes, ICD-10, revenue cycle management, clinical codes