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Managing High Risk Patients

October 27, 2016

How to Identify High Risk Patients

The foundational step of targeting these high risk patients is to first identify them.  There are several warning signs that can help you evaluate who the high risk patients are.  Defining the high risk patient can be a bit tricky since different specialties have different views on what it means to be “high risk”.

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Eliminating the Headache from Charge Capture

October 25, 2016


On the surface charge capture seems simple enough.  A provider documents the service/procedure that they provided and the patient diagnosis.  But there is so much more complexity that rules the charge capture process.  There is a countless number of rules, thousands of numeric codes that can change annually as new codes are introduced and others are retired.  If the changes you submit violate just one of the many rules, payment will be denied until the error is corrected and the claim re-submitted. 

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Work Smarter, Not Harder With These 4 Time Management Tips

October 20, 2016

A healthcare professional’s day is a busy one.  If you waste just one hour a day, in ten years you will have lost 3,650 hours or 152 days of your life.  Every single hour is important. Time management in healthcare is a survival skill.  In order to survive and thrive, you need to effectively manage your time.  It’s a learned and acquired skill that must be practiced every day.  

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Empathy in Healthcare to Improve Your Bottom Line

October 13, 2016

How many times do patients leave their appointment feeling unsure?  No one acknowledged their distress due to pain, no one seemed to understand and ultimately, no one showed the patient empathy.

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Charge Capture Like the Pros

October 6, 2016

You know the revenue cycle:  

Charge capture that will include the gathering of procedure and diagnosis codes

 Claim processing to ensure the claim is formatted with the correct charges and patient demographics

Collection of funds from both patients and payers

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