Change Healthcare’s InterQual Expert To Share Blueprint For Case Management Optimization At ACMA 2017

Change Healthcare’s InterQual Expert to Share Blueprint for Case Management Optimization at ACMA 2017

  • April 17, 2017

The American Case Management Association's annual conference, ACMA 2017, gets underway in Washington this week, and attendees looking to gear their case management programs for the industry shift to value should be sure to attend the “Blueprint for Case Management Optimization” presentation. That's where Change Healthcare’s Carol Everhart will share nine best practices to help assess the health of a case management program. Read the News Release

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New Version Of Clinical Decision Support Released

New Version of Clinical Decision Support Released

  • April 11, 2017

McKnight's covered the launch of InterQual 2017, the latest version of the evidence-based clinical decision support solution. McKnight's reports this new release includes more than 120 new criteria and enhancements that help enable faster, safer, and better clinical decisions at the point of care. Read the Article  

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How Hospitals Can Use Data Analytics To Improve RCM Performance: 4 Thoughts From Change Healthcare’s Marcy Tatsch

How Hospitals Can Use Data Analytics to Improve RCM Performance: 4 Thoughts from Change Healthcare’s Marcy Tatsch

  • April 4, 2017

Why is data analysis so important for hospitals? To thrive, hospitals need to accelerate reimbursement, remove obstacles to payment, and reduce bad debt -- all of which require harnessing their data for performance improvements. Change Healthcare's Marcy Tatsch explains why data analysis is becoming even more critical as hospitals move to complex value-based reimbursement models. Read the article

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Faster, Simpler, Smarter: InterQual 2017 Streamlines Clinical Care Decisions

Faster, Simpler, Smarter: InterQual 2017 Streamlines Clinical Care Decisions

  • April 3, 2017

Today, we unveiled InterQual 2017, a faster, more streamlined version of our flagship clinical decision support solution. InterQual 2017 introduces a new time-saving product, Medicare Procedures powered by InterQual,  which automates more than 400 Medicare National and Local Coverage Determinations. It also provides a more efficient set of level of care criteria, Initial Review, that supports faster, earlier decisions in the ER. Customers will benefit from a host of new updates, enhancements, and technological advancements, including more than 125 new content areas. Read the news release

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From Silos To Services For Value-Based Care

From Silos to Services for Value-Based Care

  • March 31, 2017

Morning Consult covered the evolution of HIT interoperability and how, despite industry advances, most systems aren't working together. The article reports on how interoperability facilitates value-based care and reimbursement, and why that's crucial to the future of HIT. Read the Article

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The Perfect Pairing: Patient Access And Analytics

The perfect pairing: Patient access and analytics

  • March 28, 2017

While more providers are taking advantage of technology to improve front-end revenue cycle processes, analytics lags behind. But when applied to patient access, analytics can help identify issues with registration and eligibility accuracy, and reduce downstream denials. A recent article in Multibriefs outlines the benefits of using analytics to improve patient-access processes in a value-based world. Read the Article

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Rethinking Denials Management

Rethinking Denials Management

  • March 16, 2017

Most provider organizations take an administrative approach to managing claim denials. Maybe that’s why they’re not collecting as much as they should. It turns out that most denial management programs have several flaws that, if corrected, can help close the gap on the 90% of claim denials that are preventable. This white paper explores a new holistic approach to denials management that intersects financial and clinical factors. See how some of the most prevalent causes of denials can be isolated and eliminated more effectively. Read now or download and read later

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