Learn How to Keep EHR Projects on Course with Data Analytics

Healthcare organizations invest millions of dollars into EHR projects. Establishing and continuously monitoring the data is important to keep those projects on track for success. EHR implementation projects are costly for an organization; however, there are many expected benefits, like better documentation, safer care, better coordination of care, and more effective communication. The implementation stage […]

Boost Provider Efficiency and Reduce EHR Frustration

Electronic Health Records (EHR) have become an integral part of healthcare in the modern world. However, many physicians are still struggling to keep up with the workflow and processes related to EHR usage. Develop Personalized Physician EHR Training Although some of these problems are resolved as interoperability increases, a successful EHR implementation or big update […]

Beware these EHR Implementation Pitfalls

As more and more organizations adopt new technology, it’s important to be aware of the potential pitfalls that can occur during implementation. EHR implementations can be complex and time-consuming, so it’s important to have a clear plan and adequate resources in place before starting. Here are the five biggest EHR implementation pitfalls you need to […]

Measuring Success: Was your EHR Go-live a Win?

A successful go-live of your Electronic Health Record (EHR) system is essential for a smooth transition from a legacy to a modern one. Specific indicators can be used to assess the success of an EHR go-live, such as training and team optimization. The keys to a successful go-live lie with proper planning and preparation. That […]

Learn How Optimizing your EHR Can Boost Staff Retention

Healthcare organizations are spending a lot this year to retain their current staff. How can they make sure those dollars produce the maximum impact? Healthcare is experiencing a huge shortage of physicians and nurses at a time when the U.S. population is aging and requiring more care than ever before. Organizations spend more than 50% […]

Hospital Financial Performance Still Lagging Behind Pre-2020

Pre-covid performance seems to be a thing of the past as hospitals learn to navigate a new business environment. The March 2023 Kaufman-Hall Hospital Flash Report is out, and it reveals some trends worth taking a look at. Armed with this information, reinforces the concept of a “new normal” in healthcare, in which there will […]

How AI is Revolutionizing the Revenue Cycle

Are you still trying to address some of the biggest pain points in your revenue cycle? AI technology may soon be our answer. AI and machine learning applications are not a new phenomenon in healthcare, but their use is accelerating quickly as new use cases and apps develop quickly. Some of the best processes to […]

The Hidden Costs of Claim Denials

Beyond the obvious delays in payment for services rendered, there are many other ways that denials are hurting your revenue cycle performance. The Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) recommends that a medical practice should shoot for a 95% or higher clean claims rate. The reality is that most practices struggle to even get close to […]

Best Practices for Increasing Patient Responsibility Collections

Patients are being increasingly held responsible for larger portions of their healthcare bills. Find out ways that healthcare organizations can navigate this challenge in the face of increasing economic pressure. Why is Patient Responsibility on the Rise? A large portion of the revenue cycle is concerned with billing and insurance claims to receive money from […]

The Importance of Maintaining a Strong Credentialing Program

Credentialing is a critical process that ensures only safe and qualified caregivers are verified and hired. Without robust processes, your organization could be at heightened risk. Credentialing of physicians and other clinicians is a process that often happens in the background, without receiving much attention until something goes wrong. This careful process of collecting documentation […]