Providers face the daily struggle of care quality while still controlling costs.
[EXCLUSIVE] Healthcare Executive Guide: Should physicians assign their own codes? The practical guide to striking a coding balance
Intended for ambulatory and outpatient facilities, this guide will address a key concern for many healthcare executives: Should physicians be assigning their own codes?
A breakdown of the current state of the medical coder shortage, and visual roadmap to help ambulatory facilities overcome avoidable backlog, denials and compliance risks.
Although many providers already have the technology to automate appointment reminders, less than half are using these tools to prompt patients to pay bills.
DROWNING IN HIGH DEDUCTIBLES?
Denials in healthcare continues to be a challenge. Denials eat up revenue, and according to some projections, denial rates trend as high as 20%. In this ebook, ZirMed covers strategies for slashing your denial rate.
Check out ZirMed’s infographic for data on preventable denials, the average time it takes to work denials (as well as the most time-consuming aspects of denial management), and more detail on the reality of denials and why there continues
In this survey designed specifically for healthcare CIOs and administered by CHIME, more than 100 IT leaders revealed the business goals behind their mobile workflow investments.
Secure texting is important, but communication needs in healthcare have evolved well beyond just texting. Staff need information from dozens of systems to deliver excellent, timely patient care.
The landscape of mobility strategies and mobile device usage in hospitals is maturing, but there is still a long way to go. Mobility is the future of healthcare communications, though the particulars of that future remain in flux.