There’s enough complexity going on for care teams in a hospital without communication hurdles making it harder. Caregivers shouldn’t have to bounce from one app to another, be forced to retain names and phone numbers in working memory, or have to walk the hospital to find what they need. A doctor, nurse, or any care team member should only need to use a single app to communicate.
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By Kayla Matthews, Productivity Bytes
Health-care fraud can come in all shapes and sizes. For example, an unscrupulous physician might use patient information to bill for services they didn't render. There is also something called medical coder unbundling, where a practice bills a patient for each separate step of the procedure.
In order to run a successful practice, today’s healthcare organizations need qualified providers and to maintain a consistent revenue flow. But amid rising operational costs, complex regulatory requirements, and high staff turnover rates, this is easier said than done — particularly for those relying on manual administrative processes.
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