Financial/Revenue Cycle Management

By Tom Sullivan 08:32 am October 27, 2017
While it is harder to convince the C-suite that investing in advanced analytics tools makes sense, key pillars in the ROI statement should make that clear.
By Healthcare IT News 12:45 pm October 25, 2017
HIMSS is accepting speaking proposals for five one-day events on March 5 as part of the Annual Conference. The deadline to submit a proposal is Nov. 1.

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By Bernie Monegain 02:34 pm October 24, 2017
Project aims to boost Wisconsin region’s startups and existing businesses, including healthcare startups.
HIMSS18 Revenue Cycle Solutions Summit
By Healthcare IT News 11:08 am October 24, 2017
HIMSS is accepting speaker proposals for the Revenue Cycle Solutions Summit in Las Vegas on March 5.
Medsphere Systems, Stockell Healthcare merge
By Bill Siwicki 03:40 pm October 18, 2017
The combination of Medsphere’s EHR and Stockell’s revenue cycle management in the cloud will be offered through a subscription service payment model.
Anthem builds new tech center
By Susan Morse 03:25 pm October 16, 2017
Anthem Technology Center will create new capabilities to enhance the consumer healthcare experience, help improve quality and lower healthcare costs, insurer says.
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By Change Healthcare 08:23 am October 16, 2017
Most organizations take an administrative approach to managing denials. Maybe that’s why they’re not collecting as much as they should.
population health platforms
By Bernie Monegain 01:35 pm October 13, 2017
But KLAS analysis suggests that what providers want in a PHM solution going forward is likely to evolve.
Women digital health CEOs

23andMe is led by CEO Anne Wojcicki.

By Jessica Davis 04:10 pm October 05, 2017
The average deal size for companies led by women CEOs was $31.4 million compared to $11.3 million for those with men CEOs in what is shaping up to be digital health’s biggest year of investments.
value-based healthcare
By Bernie Monegain 10:42 am October 04, 2017
Consumers are driven to expect better healthcare information and technology in part because they are required to pay more out of pocket.

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