McKesson Entity Now Change Healthcare

McKesson Entity Now Change Healthcare

  • May 6, 2017

McKesson Technology Solutions and Change Healthcare have merged to create a new healthcare information technology company. The new Change Healthcare includes all of Change Healthcare's businesses and the majority of McKesson Technology Solutions, and will employ about 15,000 people. Read the article

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From Pay Kiosks To Data Analytics: 4 Experts Talk RCM Strategies

From pay kiosks to data analytics: 4 experts talk RCM strategies

  • May 5, 2017

Revenue cycle management is top-of-mind among healthcare professionals in today’s fast-moving environment, as a recent round table discussion covered by Becker’s Hospital CFO revealed. Reporter Mackenzie Bean noted some of the highlights of the discussion, including the struggles of hospitals getting proper reimbursement for rendered care, and how analytics can play a bigger role in the overall revenue cycle. Read the article

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Healthcare RCM, Patient Collections Solutions Launch At HIMSS17

Healthcare RCM, Patient Collections Solutions Launch at HIMSS17

  • February 23, 2017

At HIMSS17, healthcare IT companies showcased a range of solutions to manage the changing landscape in healthcare reimbursement. McKesson launched the Healthy Hospital program, which uses analytical tools to benchmark hospital revenue cycles, as well as a payment assurance consulting program that uses data to develop value-based reimbursement strategies. The company also previewed a financial clearance tool that helps revenue cycle management staff manage patient collections with data, and a clinical clearance tool that makes medical record reviews more efficient. Read the article

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Making Metrics Matter At HIMSS17

Making Metrics Matter at HIMSS17

  • February 20, 2017

Today at HIMSS17 in Orlando, McKesson RelayHealth Financial took the wraps off of MyHealthyHospital.com, a unique program that lets hospital revenue cycle leaders benchmark their organization's fiscal fitness against peers nationwide. By simply entering their own hospital's data in the areas of Claim Quality, Reimbursement, Payment Velocity, and Productivity/Quality, visitors can learn if they are underperforming, on track, or exceeding averages in each revenue cycle area. They can use this information to identify areas for improvement that can improve revenue cycle performance. Watch the video to learn more about how RelayHealth Financial's revenue cycle expertise and claims database can help providers…

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RelayHealth Financial Debuts Healthy Hospital Program To Help Hospitals Identify Opportunities To Speed Revenue

RelayHealth Financial Debuts Healthy Hospital Program to Help Hospitals Identify Opportunities to Speed Revenue

  • February 17, 2017

On Monday at HIMSS17 in Orlando, RelayHealth Financial will unveil its new Healthy Hospital Index, an online service that allows hospitals to conduct a confidential assessment of their revenue cycle performance. Now, instead of trying to gauge financial performance in a vacuum–with no visibility into relevant national and regional KPIs and trends–financial executives can use Healthy Hospital’s analytics to benchmark their organization’s performance against that of peers. By simply entering some details about their revenue cycle performance, a customized “revenue health index” is generated with a comparative ranking of their hospital’s financial well-being. These insights can then be used to…

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Celebrating National Health IT Week

Celebrating National Health IT Week

  • September 26, 2016

In recognition of National Health IT Week, we've collected some of our most popular articles on healthcare payment innovation topics for you. Health IT innovation isn't just about technology. No matter how inventive a new technology is, it's only as effective as the people, processes, and policies that surround it. Technology alone doesn't solve problems. The people who use it do. For example, when reading From Silos to Services for Value-Based Care, you'll see how the technology itself wasn't particularly innovative -- it was "just" a database -- but the way the hospital's team designed and used it required breakthrough…

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