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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Getting In Front Of The Problem: How Can Hospitals Empower Denial Prevention And Management?

Getting in Front of the Problem: How Can Hospitals Empower Denial Prevention and Management?

  • November 22, 2015

Claim denials are a significant financial drain, costing healthcare organizations roughly 3% of their net revenue stream. The white paper, "Getting in Front of the Problem: How Can Hospitals Empower Denial Prevention and Management?" delves into three key strategies for reducing denials -- and how hospitals have used them effectively. Learn how to take steps to prevent denials on the front-end, manage denials through efficient workflows and processes, and analyze data for common causes of denials. Read now or download and read later                

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Credible, Defensible Estimates

Credible, Defensible Estimates

  • October 14, 2013

More Accurate Upfront Financial Calculations Bring Increased Revenue, Satisfaction With Entire Care Experience By David Dyke, Vice President, Revenue Cycle Solutions, Change Healthcare In healthcare, every interaction with the patient matters. Especially in today’s environment of continuous improvement, efforts have been concentrated on coordination among providers, the patient care experience and quality outcomes–all laudable goals. Often overlooked in these improvement efforts are the front-office and back-office functions that intersect with the care experience from beginning to end. A patient’s perception of the care experience begins when the phone rings for the initial appointment or appearance in the ED, and doesn’t…

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