HealthLeaders Media Insider: Revenue Cycle
Why Getting Paid Is More Difficult, and How to Protect The Bottom Line
With changing reimbursement models and an increase in the self-pay population eating into margins, it’s becoming more important than ever for hospitals and health systems to collect all the money they are owed for services rendered.
Leading providers such as NYU Langone, Advocate Health Care, and Kaleida Health reveal how they are redesigning the revenue cycle process to better manage patient payments, strengthen clinician engagement, and protect the fiscal strength of their organization.
You’ll learn proven strategies for success and find out answers to key strategic questions, including:
- Which clinical integration initiatives helped Southwest General Health Center achieve a total revenue improvement of $2.8 million?
- What strategies are New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation employing to soften the blow of projected cuts in Medicaid DSH funding?
- How was Advocate Health Care able to protect its bottom line by centralizing and standardizing its system-wide revenue cycle?
- What new business process moved the Boca Raton Regional Hospital from a claim denial rate of 40 percent to zero, and saved them half a million dollars?
- How has predictive modeling, reallocated staff, and an emphasis on clinical documentation allowed Kaleida Health to prepare for revenue cycle uncertainty?
Featured content include:
- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
- Integrating the Health System Revenue Cycle
- Centralizing the Revenue Cycle Protects the Bottom Line
- How to Prepare for Revenue Cycle Changes in 2014
- Reform and the Revenue Cycle
- Revenue Cycles Get a Boost from Simple JPEG Files
- To Improve Hospital Collections, Move Revenue Cycle Up Front
- CASE STUDIES
- NYU Langone Medical – Improving Clinical Documentation
- Kaleida Health – Revenue Cycle Transformation Needs Clinical Input
- FEATURED REPORT
The Clinical Strategy for Financial Health: Care Redesign & Standardization