Countdown to ICD-10—Are You in Denial?

CMS predicts that claims error rates will be more than two times higher with ICD-10, reaching a high of 6 to 10 percent in comparison with the average 3 percent error rate with ICD-9.

 

Financial leaders in healthcare organizations are challenged to take a close look at the potential financial impacts of transitioning to ICD-10. This is not “just a coding change”; it is predicted to cause significant disruptions in an organization’s revenue and cash flow.
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Live CEU Webinar – ICD-10: Last Minute Tips for October 1st.
Webinars

ICD10 TransitionTime is running out for the October 1, 2015, ICD-10 implementation date. Learn what final preparation steps you should take to mitigate delays in your reimbursement by signing up for a complimentary webinar on Tuesday, September 22nd at 1 pm EDT/10 am PDT: ICD-10: Last Minute Tips for October 1st. Register now!  Read more

Webinar Recording Now Available – Collecting from Patients: Payment Plans
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webinar-iconThanks to everyone who attended our webinar, Collecting from Patients: Payment Plans, on August 19th. During the webinar, revenue cycle management expert and author Elizabeth Woodcock, MBA, FACMPE, CPC, discussed best practices in payment plans, as well how to automate and streamline payment plans that create a win/win for staff and patients.

To learn more, click here to download a recording of this webinar. After you’ve listened, let us know if you have any questions or comments.

The Importance of Price Transparency – and How to Achieve It

priceYour cable bill. A gallon of milk. A semester of college tuition.

These seemingly unrelated items have something in common: price transparency. To consumers, this price transparency represents a sense of control they often take for granted. As patient financial responsibility rises, price transparency has become important to patients, too. Just like they can decide to purchase more expensive milk at the gas station or wait until they can go to a grocery store, patients want to feel more in control regarding their medical bills. Read more