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Information Systems, Data Management, Blood Bank
Information Systems, Data Management, Cardiology
Information Systems, Data Management, Cardiology, Electrocardiography
Information Systems, Data Management, Cardiology, Hemodynamic
Information Systems, Data Management, Case Management
Information Systems, Data Management, Centralized Scheduling
Information Systems, Data Management, Clinical Pharmacy
Information Systems, Data Management, Clinical Pharmacy, Electronic Medication Administration Record
Information Systems, Data Management, Coding/Reimbursement
Information Systems, Data Management, Critical Care
Information Systems, Data Management, Emergency Care
Information Systems, Data Management, Financial
Information Systems, Data Management, Financial, Claims/Denial Management
Information Systems, Data Management, Financial, Registration
Information Systems, Data Management, Health Record
Information Systems, Data Management, Home Care
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Admission/Discharge/Transfer
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Asset/Maintenance
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Bed Management
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Directory/Wayfinding
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Integrated
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Master Patient Index
Information Systems, Data Management, Hospital, Patient Flow/Queuing
Information Systems, Data Management, Human Resources
Information Systems, Data Management, Human Resources, Time/Attendance
Information Systems, Data Management, Laboratory
Information Systems, Data Management, Laboratory, Anatomic Pathology
Information Systems, Data Management, Materials Management
Information Systems, Data Management, Obstetric

Understanding Today's Healthcare Consumer
Today, hospitals and health systems focus so much on delivering value-based care to patients at the precise time of service, they overlook the importance of providing valuable, consumer-focused experiences leading up to, and after it. This costly oversight keeps providers stranded somewhere between patient dissatisfaction and unpaid balances. Follow these tips to collect more from self-pay individuals.
5 Opportunities to Improve Your Practice Efficiency and Revenue
Your staff needs timely information, visibility into the revenue cycle, and advanced tools to make your practice run efficiently. See how Revenue Performance Advisor can help you overcome five common challenges to increase both revenue and patient satisfaction.
5 Ways to Increase Front Desk Revenue
As an independent practice physician, you care about two things when it comes to your practice: patient care and the financial health of your practices. Many physicians go into business for themselves because they want to be independent, and one of the biggest ways to ensure that your practice stays independent is the ability to maximize your revenue stream.
Changing the Perspective Between Call Centers and Patient Loyalty
As patients take on more financial burden for their care, their consumer-driven demands are also increasing. They expect healthcare organizations and providers to increase price transparency and deliver more fluid, retail-like experiences, or they will go elsewhere.Healthcare organizations must shift to a new mindset for care delivery--one that connects positive patient experiences with bottom line impacts.
Best practices to improve patient payments
Many practices over the past several years are set in their ways when it comes to handling patient accounts. Based on the previously presented collection statistics, which in most cases have only degraded over time, not improved, it's time to challenge current policies and procedures.
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