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Driving AR Process Improvement Using Intelligent Automation and Data Analytics to Identify and Resolve Denials
Learn how to decrease denials and increase cashflow by downloading our on-demand webinar. This webinar presentation highlights how intelligent automation and data analytics can drive AR process improvement and enable you to identify and correct the seven most common root causes for denied, delayed and underpaid insurance claims. Examples of process improvement through root cause analysis are highlighted to show how to impact the operating margins for your hospital.
What You Don’t Know CAN Hurt You – A deep dive into how using intelligent automation can revolutionize your AR recovery
With insurance denials and payment delays at an all-time high, many hospital systems are seeking to use advanced automation technologies to increase efficiency for expedited insurance recovery. This webinar will present real-world examples featuring a how-to guide on getting started with implementing intelligent automation and robotic process automation (RPA) to accelerate AR recovery.
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Top 3 Hospital Departments with High Denial Volume
Gaining control over denials to reduce chronic revenue loss and costly remediation requires accurate information about where, when and why denials are occurring. HFRI has identified the top three departments where denials are the most prevalent. Download our whitepaper to learn how to decrease denials and improve margins.
3 Ways to Accelerate your Financial Transformation: Take your Pricing and Revenue Cycle Management to the Next Level
Overcome the challenges of hospital pricing and revenue cycle management with a systematic approach grounded in empirical evidence and a capable staff implementing proven solutions. Download our whitepaper discussing the three ways to accelerate your financial transformation for improved revenue capture and better margins.
4 Steps to Reducing Aged AR Denial Write-offs and Increasing Cash Collections
Today, more medical claims are denied than ever before, forcing hospitals and health systems to write-off tens of millions in bad debt every year. Health insurance claims that are too small, too old – or both – are left on the table, leaving AR teams to focus only on what seems the most likely to be recovered. Learn how you can recover the AR you thought was too old to collect and get every dollar you deserve from payers with our 4-step process.
The 7 Most Common Root Causes for Denials and Delayed Account Resolution
With health insurance denials at an all-time high, many hospitals and health systems are desperate to stem the tide to improve their accounts receivable. Combining lost revenue with the administrative costs of recovery and rework leaves almost every hospital wondering how to get to the bottom of the problem. By reducing the incidence of denials and resolving those that do occur more quickly, cash flow is increased, health insurance write-offs are reduced, and administrative staff time can be used more efficiently. Learn about 7 strategies for preventing up to 90% of denials.
6 Steps for Deploying Intelligent Automation Solutions in Denial Management
Emerging intelligent automation (IA) and data mining capabilities are fundamentally transforming accounts receivable (A/R) recovery and resolution. Learn how deploying IA in 6 steps can accelerate health insurance claims resolution, reduce write-offs and improve cash flow by streamlining and accelerating the resolution process.
Ensure Seamless AR Collections During an EHR Conversion
Balancing risk and reward is essential when implementing a new EHR system. Careful steps must be taken to be sure the conversion doesn’t introduce financial instability in your legacy AR. Download HFRI’s whitepaper and learn how to develop a roadmap for managing the complexity of the conversion process, protect cash flow, and reduce risk. You’ll learn how to divide legacy AR from clean claims in the new system, ensuring that both get the attention they deserve.