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Newsletter Jan 2019

 

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Revenue Resolutions You Can Count On

With new CMS price transparency rules, the continued shift toward value-based reimbursement, and transition to a consumer-centric and highly digitalized healthcare experience taking center stage in 2019, we thought it would be nice to start the year off [...]

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How Much Money is Your OR Supply Program Throwing Away?

Today more than ever, technology is streamlining information and revenue flow in healthcare:

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Ensure Financial Stability by Enhancing your Perioperative Program

See if this sounds familiar…your organization understands the importance of providing surgical services (65% of hospital revenue as generally reported[1]), and in fact, you cater to your surgeons and their requests. Strategic and IT initiatives that span [...]

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Mind the Gap: Bridging the Coder-Clinician Relationship for Gains

Here at The Wilshire Group, we take pride in bringing resources together and navigating multidisciplinary areas to achieve optimal workflow and revenue cycle results. Last week we provided some ideas around CDI (clinical documentation integrity), and [...]

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Don’t Fall Prey to ED Charge Capture & Coding Vendors

The modern Emergency Department is a crucial and fast-paced environment, providing care at high costs.  It is imperative to obtain full reimbursement of services, yet many EDs struggle to charge and code their accounts effectively.  As a result, vendors [...]

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We'll be at HFMA!

The Wilshire Group is heading to Las Vegas for the HFMA Annual Conference.

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Lost in Translation: The Value of Accurate Charge Capture

On average, hospitals lose roughly 1% of potential net revenue due to issues and deficiencies with charge capture processes1. The financial stakes of the matter are certainly real, and usually understood. And yet, difficulties continue to arise due to a [...]

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