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Spring-Clean Your Revenue Cycle: Toss, Keep and Maximize Value

It’s time for spring cleaning—and if you ask around, you’ll find people have diverse to-do lists, whether they’re cleaning the gutters or scrubbing the baseboards. For many, including my family, its closet-cleaning time. My wife and daughters have a system: they consider each item, whether it’s worth keeping and whether ...

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Tax Refunds Create Spikes in Healthcare Spend. Are you Prepared?

Spring isn’t just a great time for planting perennials and going for a Saturday picnic—a 2017 study by JP Morgan Chase Institute tells us it’s also a good time to finally schedule X-rays and an MRI to check out that bothersome back pain, or even have bariatric or antireflux surgery. In ...

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This Earth Day, Save the Trees Through Automation

How will you celebrate Earth Day this April 22? Planting a flower garden with your kids? Educating a classroom of eager learners on environmental issues and steps they can take to improve our planet’s health? Investing in reusable water bottles? To get started, here are some interesting facts: In the ...

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A New Method for Defeating Denials

65% is a substantial figure. Think about it: if your favorite store sent you an email, “65% off all sale items,” you’d be happy. If your kid’s college raised tuition by 65%, you wouldn’t. That’s why the statistic, “65% of denials are never reworked*,” is so critical. Most of the time, ...

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Watch On-Demand Webinar - Tame the Madness: Best Practices in the Front Office

Thanks to everyone who attended our webinar last week, Tame the Madness: Best Practices in the Front Office. During the webinar, Elizabeth Woodcock, MBA, FACMPE, CPC, provided strategies for success in navigating today’s turbulent reimbursement environment. Download a recording of the webinar to learn practical insights on how your practice can ...

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Spring-Clean Your Revenue Cycle: Toss, Keep and Maximize Value

It’s time for spring cleaning—and if you ask around, you’ll find people have diverse to-do lists, whether they’re cleaning the gutters or scrubbing the baseboards. For many, including my family, its closet-cleaning time. My wife and daughters have […]

This Earth Day, Save the Trees Through Automation

How will you celebrate Earth Day this April 22? Planting a flower garden with your kids? Educating a classroom of eager learners on environmental issues and steps they can take to improve our planet’s health? Investing in reusable […]

A New Method for Defeating Denials

65% is a substantial figure. Think about it: if your favorite store sent you an email, “65% off all sale items,” you’d be happy. If your kid’s college raised tuition by 65%, you wouldn’t. That’s why the statistic, […]