Revenue Cycle Management Case Studies & White Papers

  1. RCM Solution Decreases Billing Processing Time, Improves Cash Receivables
    10/22/2014

    The Institute for Transfusion Medicine (ITxM) is one of the leading organizations in the US for transfusion medicine and related services. ITxM’s experienced team provides comprehensive support to patients and medical facilities that includes consultation with specialized medical staff, and the delivery and testing of blood products by skilled technicians.

  2. RCM Solution Increases Monthly Payments Posted By $80 Million
    9/24/2014

    After Norton Healthcare acquired five new facilities – all of which were placed under the same tax ID – it faced the challenge of managing four additional billing systems. Manual, paper-based processes created a lack of visibility. It took 37 staff members 4.5 days to complete one week of remittance transactions. At one point, Norton Healthcare had more than $14 million in unposted or unidentified cash.

  3. Streamlined Provider Credentialing Yields Improved Audit Readiness
    9/24/2014

    For the Rural Wisconsin Health Cooperative (RWHC), the number of documents on file for a practitioner can range from 10 to 50. And with a growing number of more than 30,000 practitioners within the system, staff grew overwhelmed maintaining and continuously updating practitioner records.

  4. Automated Revenue Cycle Management: Improving Financial Performance In Uncertain Times
    9/9/2014

    Healthcare organizations are facing uncertain times, which is putting enormous strains on their revenue cycle management (RCM). Medicare cuts, shifting payer markets and new payment models are straining the old tried-and-true approaches to billing and collections. To compete in today’s healthcare environment, organizations need to make sure their financial operations are running efficiently.

  5. Taking Control Of Accounts Payable Maximizes Reimbursements
    8/11/2014

    Neiswanger Management Services (NMS) owns and manages long-term care facilities and a dialysis center at three Maryland locations.

  6. Health Systems Achieves Validation Rates As High As 97%
    8/4/2014

    With great payer connections and established daily operational processes, says innovative Catholic healthcare organization, Sisters of Mercy Health System.

  7. How To Survive When Reimbursement Is Tied To Quality Measures
    8/4/2014

    When Patty Heafner, the Patient Financial Services Supervisor for Pardee Hospital, was looking to change billing vendors, 5010 preparedness was at the top of her “must-have” list. She also wanted a faster, more user-friendly solution that would integrate well with their current HIS vendor, Meditech. The speed of her previous billing vendor was a concern, as was not being 5010 compliant.

  8. How To Increase Professional Billing Charge Capture With Healthcare Analytics
    4/17/2014

    North Memorial Health Care in the Northwest metro area of Minneapolis- St. Paul has provided healthcare services for more than 50 years. The health system includes North Memorial Medical Center, a Level I Trauma Center, Maple Grove Hospital, and a network of primary, urgent care and specialty care clinics. North Memorial also operates one of the largest hospital-based air and ground ambulance services in the county.

  9. Lake Shore OB/GYN Improves Financials, Ready For ICD-10
    3/31/2014

    Lake Shore Obstetrics & Gynecology had an opportunity to integrate its clinical and financial processes when its leaders decided to implement an electronic health record (EHR). Up until then, the Chicago-based, eight-provider office had used an outside billing service and maintained separate financial and clinical records.

  10. Adventist Health Sees 20 Percent Increase In POS Collections With Patient Access
    3/31/2014

    With uncompensated care on the rise, Adventist Health uses MedeAnalytics Patient Access to increase point-of-service collections, improve the patient experience, and streamline patient registration workflows.