Henry Powderly

Henry Powderly is Editor-in-Chief of Healthcare Finance News.

James Landman, from the HFMA, addressed the crowd.
By Henry Powderly 10:20 am March 01, 2016
As the way hospitals and other healthcare providers get paid undergoes dramatic changes under value-based reimbursement, there is growing importance surrounding the revenue cycle operations. On Monday, HIMSS Media held its third Revenue Cycle Solutions Summit, hosting a standing-room-only crowd at the HIMSS16 conference,
While startups and other corporate evangelicals may think it’s better to fail fast, innovation models in healthcare would do better to establish a culture of learning instead of one that celebrates failure, according to Todd Dunn, director of innovation at Utah-based Intermountain Healthcare.
By Henry Powderly 02:03 pm February 29, 2016
Todd Dunn tells attendees at the Revenue Cycle Solutions Summit that creating new models requires executives to live in the setting of doctors and patients.
By Henry Powderly 08:05 am February 29, 2016
Check this post often as we update it from the dozens of photos conference attendees are sharing from the show.
By Henry Powderly 09:33 pm February 17, 2016
Ransomware attack had locked out administrators unless they agreed to the demand of 40 Bitcoins.
Obama's 2017 budget also included several funding increases to support programs tied to shifting healthcare to value-based payment models.
By Henry Powderly 09:15 am February 10, 2016
Republicans, blasting the proposal as overzealous when it comes to spending, have already shot down the 2017 budget.
By Henry Powderly 09:30 am February 05, 2016
Healthcare businesses added more than 37,000 jobs in January, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics said on Friday, as the first month of 2016 seemed to extend the sector’s job-creating trend over the past year.
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz was the surprise winner in the Iowa Caucus on Monday.
By Henry Powderly 11:33 am February 02, 2016
Hillary Clinton won a slim victory over Bernie Sanders in the Iowa caucus on Monday while Tea Party Republican Ted Cruz upset boisterous billionaire Donald Trump to win the bulk of his party's delegates. Either way, the results were a bit of a surprise as both parties' frontrunners seemed much more vulnerable than thought.
The entrance to Centene's St. Louis headquarters. (Centene)
By Henry Powderly 08:46 am January 26, 2016
The St. Louis-based managed Medicaid company said it did not believe the information has been used inappropriately.
By Henry Powderly 09:24 am January 13, 2016
Here's the full transcript of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid acting administrator Andy Slavitt's remarks about the end of meaningful use as we know it from the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference.
Slavitt speaking at HIMSS15.
By Henry Powderly 08:53 am January 13, 2016
Acting CMS administrator says several programs will change as healthcare industry wades deeper into value-based reimbursement.

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