Tag: Reduce Claim Denials

Healthcare RCM Hacks

Boost Your Bottom Line: 5 RCM Hacks You Can Implement Today

Some effective RCM Hacks you can implement to streamline your processes, boost collections, and free up your staff for higher-value tasks. Increasing revenue and minimizing administrative burdens are critical in today’s competitive healthcare landscape. The engine that drives your financial health is a well-oiled revenue cycle management (RCM) system. However, many practices struggle with inefficiencies, […]
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5 Essential Tips to Reduce Accounts Receivable Turnaround Time

 When your medical practice submits a claim to a payer, the countdown begins until you receive the payment. Ensuring timely payment is crucial for your business, as delays can have costly consequences. Ideally, you should aim to clear accounts receivable within 30 days. To effectively reduce accounts receivable, it’s essential to implement efficient billing processes, […]
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Optimizing Healthcare Revenue Cycle: Interoperability Standards and AI Revolution

Interoperability standards and AI wield significant influence over the revenue cycle, holding the potential to transform the financial landscape of healthcare establishments. In the constantly evolving realm of healthcare, the infusion of artificial intelligence (AI) has emerged as a game-changing force, promising to revolutionize patient care, diagnoses, and treatments. However, to fully harness the power […]
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How to Prevent and Manage Claim Denials

For many healthcare providers, claim denials are a frustrating cost of doing business. Each year, around 5-10% of medical billing claims are rejected (possibly more). With each claim costing around $25 to rework, providers lose billions in eroded revenue and productivity. Any revenue leakage is bad enough, but the shift towards value-based care means tighter revenue cycle management […]
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