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Understanding the Healthcare Revenue Lifecycle

Revenue cycle management (RCM) is the process through which payments flow for most healthcare organizations—from the point a patient makes an appointment up through co-pays, deductibles, and insurance company payments. Whether you’re new to RCM ...

Tips for Healthcare Professionals on Reaching Millennials

Millennials — those born between 1980 and 1997 — make up 25% of the world’s population according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s International Database and a 2016 Nielsen study. Most millennials have not yet had ...

Continuity in Healthcare Means More than Disaster Planning

Healthcare infrastructure is under constant threat from disasters both natural and human-made. Our daily news is filled with environmental calamities such as tornadoes, earthquakes, and most recently volcano eruptions. In May, the FBI recommended that ...

How the Opioid Epidemic in America Affects Older Adults

Over the past several years, opioid use and abuse statistics have been on the rise. Healthcare professionals have observed and encountered greater numbers of patients using or abusing opioids — leading the Centers for Disease ...

Best Practices in RCM: Having One Vendor

If having one vendor is good, then having two, three, or four must be better, right? Not when it comes to Revenue Cycle Management (RCM). A recent survey finds that the more vendors practices and ...

Pregnancy and Addiction: Opioid Use Disorder in Pregnant Women

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the United States is currently in the middle of an opioid epidemic, with 18 out of 100 Americans having used illicit drugs or misused Rx drugs ...

Healthcare Cybersecurity

Crime on the internet began as SPAM and gradually became more complicated with designed viruses and malware. Today ransomware attacks, cybercriminals, and data breaches are not just buzzwords in the information technology industry, but in ...

Study Says Doctors Are Not Accepting Medicare Patients

According to the latest Medscape Physician Compensation Report, 7% of doctors are not accepting new-patient visits from Medicare beneficiaries. Another 4% will stop treating some or all of their current Medicare patients, and will no ...

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