If you haven’t tuned in to our HealthcareNOW Radio you are missing out. We sorted through the archives of HealthcareNOW Radio Shows and found four unique episodes where our hosts discuss healthcare costs and patient payments. Take a listen.
By Marty Callahan – Case managers have a challenging, high-stress job, but there’s one department that should always be on their side, and that’s revenue cycle.
By Marty Callahan – Compared to the millennials before them who grew up as digital natives with internet access most of their lives, Generation Z is the first age group who are true mobile natives, coming of age with near-constant access to mobile devices.
By Marty Callahan – Sometimes revenue cycle improvement starts with taking a fresh look at the tools you already have at your disposal. Let’s revisit three important areas where your organization could benefit from process improvements: payment plans, scoring, and patient segmentation.
By Marty Callahan – Change can be intimidating, especially when your entire healthcare organization’s financial wellbeing is on the line. When faced with a tough decision, it’s easy to look at the downsides of change and settle for the comfortable status quo.
By Marty Callahan – If you feel like a broken record preaching the importance of revenue cycle management improvements within your healthcare organization, you’re not alone.
By Marty Callahan – Financial challenges again ranked as the top concern for hospital CEOs in the most recent ACHE survey of hospital leaders. Medicaid reimbursement (including adequacy and timeliness of payments) was a top concern of 71 percent of hospital CEOs.
By Marty Callahan – Patient consumerism is coming of age. Gone are the days where it’s talked about in strategy meetings and put in quarterly goals, but not brought to action. 2019 is going to be the year you take patient consumerism to the patients, and that starts with strategic communication.
By Marty Callahan – At this very moment, a doctor somewhere (maybe even in your building) is lecturing a patient about ignoring obvious signs of health issues. The patient was experiencing pain, shortness of breath, trouble focusing, or a host of other issues, but they kept pushing forward as if things would get better on their own.
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