As it prepared to transition to a new EMR, Saint Luke’s Health System needed the ability to actively monitor specific revenue cycle KPIs and establish benchmarks to keep revenue on track–both during and after the migration.
Whoever said, “Dates on the calendar are closer than they appear” wasn’t kidding. The oft-delayed, much-covered and highly anticipated ICD-10 deadline has finally arrived.
Most hospitals grapple with generating clean claims, streamlining claims management, and gaining insight into the source of denials. For California healthcare providers, these challenges are heightened by the requirements of Medi-Cal, the state’s publicly-funded Medicaid program. To shed light on some of the processes and tools that can help providers overcome Medi-Cal’s complexity and boost overall revenue cycle performance, RelayHealth Financial offers two new resources.
Effective revenue cycle management can be a challenge for any hospital, but for smaller providers it is even tougher.
Orlando Health used RelayAssurance for years to help maximize cash flow and improve first-pass claim acceptance, but wanted the ability to perform deeper dives into claims data.
RelayHealth Financial announced strategic alliance with Ovation Revenue Cycle Services that will give hospitals that use RelayAssurance Plus access to enhanced claim status information from more than 300 health insurers nationwide through a payer portal.
Today RelayHealth Financial introduced ConnectCenter, a groundbreaking new claims management portal to help practice management vendors, billing companies and revenue cycle management firms streamline claims processing and accelerate payment velocity.
We don’t need to tell you that the new ICD-10 deadline is exactly one year away. (Okay, we just did…) ICD-10 readiness is all about process – there’s no magic technology that solves everything. One of the most important – and misunderstood – processes is testing. There are multiple ways to test ICD-10 claims, and not all methods are equal. Here's a story that illustrates this point.
With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and Health Insurance Exchanges currently upon us, your health system needs to be ready to financially clear, educate, and manage the influx of newly insured patients. Are you ready?
Good Samaritan Health System in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, is all about speed. Speed of payment, that is. The path to payment can sometimes be riddled with obstacles both big and small. However, no matter the size, obstacles can cause payment delays.