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Jul 30, 2020

Revenue cycle management (RCM) is a rapidly changing, multi-billion dollar market with a complex set of challenges. Care delivery organizations are starting to realize that the way they’ve traditionally managed the revenue cycle will not work going forward. New and emerging dynamics are fundamentally altering...


Jul 27, 2020

Gone is the traditional understanding of capacity management. On today's how, Terri Epler connects with Duncan Campbell to give us an insider's view of how COVID-19 upended the healthcare industry’s historical view of capacity management. They dissect how COVID-19 impacted hospital capacity, and examine why capacity...


Jul 22, 2020

With the rise of healthcare consumerism, people are looking to hospitals, health systems, and physician practices to deliver the same user-friendly, digital experiences they receive from other industries.

People want to easily make appointments, understand what their financial outlays will be, make payments, and set up...


Jul 20, 2020

Medicaid and Medicare are seeing major changes in federal and state policies amid the global health emergency. Today’s panelists dive into new guidance for state Medicaid agencies, how COVID-19 affects those who are dual-eligible for Medicaid and Medicare, and how these changes impact health plans.

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Jul 16, 2020

Stories of hospital lab early adopters that have successfully implemented third-party decision support

Current events highlight the critical role of the hospital
laboratory as the primary source of diagnostic information. But legislation such as PAMA (Protecting Access to Medicare Act)
can potentially reduce lab...