Financial/Revenue Cycle Management
02:57 pm January 03, 2017
Session ideas should focus on the cornerstones of population health: data and analytics, care coordination, patient engagement and experience and reimbursement.
09:57 am December 21, 2016
CMS says it will reduce reimbursements to the providers that don't meet meaningful use by as much as 3 percent.
07:12 am December 21, 2016
Delphine Tuot, director of the Center for Innovation in Access and Quality at the University of California, San Francisco, on three different eCR models and lessons learned from implementing and evaluating such systems.
Trump advisor Michael Leavitt: ACA will be repealed in first 100 days, replaced with bipartisan support
03:47 pm December 20, 2016
The former HHS Secretary says, "pretending the law never happened is not an option," but that parts of the Affordable Care Act will be repealed, including the individual mandate.
09:44 am December 20, 2016
The company will use the cash to meet the expanding demand for its suite of SaaS-based customer relationship management software.
11:36 am December 19, 2016
McKesson Enterprise Information Solutions has teamed with Infor for a go-to-market partnership aimed at helping healthcare organizations reduce costs by better managing their supply chains.
07:06 am December 12, 2016
Robert DeMichiei outlines the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center’s journey toward activity-based costing as a means for survival in new world of CMS bundles and capitation.
07:05 am November 23, 2016
Healthcare IT News took the pulse of its Best Hospital IT Departments 2016 winners and found that progress on these fronts is fluctuating – from ‘dabbling’ today to leading-edge work toward next-generation care delivery.
01:42 pm November 18, 2016
The provider tapped an EHR-based care management tool to cut readmissions by 30 percent, HIMSS said.
10:07 am November 18, 2016
Even though insurers and employers have tried to nudge consumers toward using retail health clinics for minor incidents, new research found a very slight decrease in ED visits, but only among privately insured patients.