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Category: claims denials

  • 7 top healthcare revenue cycle challenges and how to overcome them

    Healthcare revenue cycle challenges exist at every stage of the patient journey, beginning with patient access and extending all the way through claims, billing, payment and collections. However, digital tools and analytics can help providers tackle their top healthcare revenue cycle challenges. “The complexity of our reimbursement structures and the complexity of billing mean a […]

  • How to prepare for CMS’s Appropriate Use Criteria Program

    The Appropriate Use Criteria (AUC) program is due to come into full effect in January 2023 at the earliest. The program was established by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to help providers order the most appropriate diagnostic imaging services. Failure to comply may result in claims denials. Any provider that offers these […]

  • Reducing claims denials to get paid faster

    Claims denials are a major source of headaches for healthcare organizations. On average, denied claims can take more than two weeks longer to pay out than first-time claims, if they get paid at all. Denials can have major downstream impacts, including lower annual net revenue, additional hours spent on administrative work, and potential disruptions to […]