Revenue Cycle Management Case Studies & White Papers

  1. Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare Improves All Points Of The Revenue Cycle

    In the face of growing patient financial obligations and tighter regulations, Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare uses MedeAnalytics Revenue Cycle and Patient Access to intelligently manage accounts receivable (AR) while also driving collections and efficiency in patient access.

  2. Healthcare Network Streamline Workflow, Increase Productivity, And Improve RCM With EDI

    With the help of Centricity* EDI Services and Centricity Business— Enterprise Task Manager, St. Vincent Health has reduced cost to collect and lowered days in A/R, while increasing the number of claims per FTE.

  3. Driving New Levels Of Business Performance With Revenue Cycle Efficiencies

    Driving new levels of business performance with revenue cycle efficiencies.

  4. The Need To Embrace Profit Cycle Management In Healthcare

    Healthcare organizations have been operating under a fee-for-service model for many years. As such, financial leaders have become well versed in implementing revenue cycle management systems and processes that primarily focus on the money that comes into an organization.

  5. Provider Readiness to Support Value-Based Payment Models

    As health care reform gains momentum, the industry shift toward value-based payment models is accelerating. These emerging models compensate physicians based on patient care and outcomes rather than services rendered, putting the focus on quality over volume. As we learned in Availity’s latest research study, Health Plan Readiness to Operationalize Value-Based Payment Models, health plans expect the tipping point for these models will be reached in the next five years—when 50 percent or more of their business has transitioned from traditional fee-for-service arrangements to value-based compensation.

  6. Carilion Clinic Decreases A/R Days With SSI

    Carilion Clinic discovered that SSI’s ClickON Technology solutions integrate well with Epic.

  7. The Revenue Integrity Survival Guide

    How would you rate the financial condition of your hospital? Thriving? Or barely surviving? If you didn’t say thriving, then you need to take a look at your hospital’s revenue integrity.

  8. How Does A Large Health System Drop Two A/R Days?

    Adventist Health is a not-for-profit, faith-based health care system headquartered in Roseville, Calif., just east of Sacramento. Affiliated with the Seventh-day Adventist Church, the facilities are located throughout California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington.

  9. Hospital ‘Sees’ Old Data To Recoup ‘Blind’ A/R

    After welcoming Jewish Hospital into Mercy Health, revenue cycle administration identified DataArk® as the solution for properly managing pre-acquisition/legacy accounts receivable. Both finance and senior leadership teams would benefit from consistent cash collections and comprehensive reporting as a result.

  10. How To Retire Legacy Systems, Reduce Costs, And Maintain Access

    Critical IT initiatives such as CPOE are straining IT resources and budgets as meaningful use deadlines loom. Healthcare is increasingly data driven. Hospital IT leaders face challenges not only in keeping pace with new initiatives but also in manage a growing collec- tion of legacy data systems. As new HIT systems are implemented, multiple legacy systems are left behind, requiring an overworked IT staff to provide internal sup- port and maintain access to this complex combination of platforms.