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HIMSS Takeaways: Part III

We wrap up our recap of #HIMSS19 with this third installment, covering the final topics of major interest.To read our previous installments, click here for Part I and here for Part II.

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HIMSS Takeaways: Part II

Continuing our recap of #HIMSS19, today we dive into another couple of the high-priority topics.

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HIMSS Takeaways: Part I

 

Last week, some 45,000 healthcare workers spanning every major organization, domain, and role, congregated for #HIMSS19 at Disney World, err, well, the Convention Center, in Orlando, FL. Conversations centered around all of the hot topics you’d [...]

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Maximizing Coding impact, Minimizing Coding impediment

Does this sound like your typical work week?

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The Hierarchy to High-Quality Registration

We all know that quality registration forms the bedrock for a high-quality revenue cycle.

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Newsletter Jan 2019

 

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Coding Resources – Efficiencies Readily Available!

In a health care environment where everyone is looking for efficiencies to capitalize on, Wilshire finds Revenue Cycle opportunities that often go unrecognized. For example, it is common to see coders reworking accounts in workqueue’s (WQs) because build [...]

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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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Is there any low-hanging fruit left?

As soon as you’ve implemented an EHR, the conversation will undoubtedly turn towards optimization.  A 2017 study by KPMG in collaboration with CHIME reports that 38% of respondents ranked EMR/EHR optimization as their top choice for capital investments [...]

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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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