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Getting Back to the Basics with RCM 101: Healthcare billing cycles

As golf great Arnold Palmer once said, “Putting is like wisdom, partly a natural gift and partly the accumulation of experience.” There’s certainly truth to that, but it’s good to remember that Palmer was in charge of a golf game, rather than a healthcare revenue cycle. And as any practice administrator will ...

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Waystar, the combination of Navicure® and ZirMed®, Launches New Branding Campaign at HFMA

New company branding highlights Waystar’s commitment to delivering simplified, unified revenue cycle technology Waystar, the combination of Navicure® and ZirMed® revenue cycle technologies, who merged in November 2017, debuted a new branding campaign at this year’s HFMA Annual Conference, which took place in Las Vegas, June 24-27, 2018. Using “The All-New ...

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Good News: Summer’s Here! Better News: School is Still in Session

Think back to when you were 11 or 14 and the final bell for your final class of the year rang: What did you think about at that moment? What did summer mean to you? Long days at the pool, hanging out with friends, vacations at the lake or mountains? ...

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Register for CEU Webinar: Top 5 Denials and How to Appeal

Thursday, July 19 at 1:00 pm EDT / 10:00 am PDT Earn 1.0 CEU from the AAPC for attending the live event! Is your denial management process out of focus? Denial management is time-consuming—and many practices focus their appeal efforts on a handful of large balance denials. By focusing on recurring ...

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Top 5 Things Your Patients Want from the Patient Billing Process

Survey says: Patients love options. Digital options, that is. “One hundred people surveyed, top six answers on the board. What’s a popular dream vacation for someone who just won the lottery?” In the game show Family Feud, this might be a typical question—can you pick an answer that would match ...

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Going After Your Revenue Cycle’s Low-Hanging Fruit

The concept of getting the biggest pay-off for the least work isn’t a new one—and the phrase “going after low-hanging fruit” has been around since the writer P.J. Kavanaugh coined it in 1968. Most likely, Kavanaugh wasn’t talking […]