COVID-19 vaccines have begun arriving at hospitals and health systems across the U.S. this January, beginning an initial milestone in the fight against a pandemic that has killed millions of people and brought the healthcare system to its knees. While the availability of vaccines is a major milestone, distribution and administration has been a logisticalContinue reading “Robotic Process Automation Helps with COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution, Tracking, and Reporting in 2021”
2020 highlighted existing administrative hurdles and operational speed bumps across the healthcare industry. Normal challenges in the revenue cycle, like prior authorizations, claims processing, posting, and account adjudication, were magnified by reduced staffing, remote teams, and gaps in productivity. Many smaller practices and rural hospitals were not able to keep up with the demands ofContinue reading “Revenue Cycle Challenges: Make Automation a Key Ally in 2021”
As we approach 2021, it’s time to look back at the key trends in healthcare technology. The past year taught us a lot about what we could do with technology when put to the test. And we are certainly ready to put 2020 in our rear view. As hospitals and health systems look to improveContinue reading “Key Technology Trends for 2021”
We’ve learned a lot of lessons through this pandemic. We are still learning. But one thing is certain: we’ve made great strides in digital health. We’ve adapted to the constraints posed by embracing technology and realizing that we could actually thrive in times of uncertainty, in ways we never imagined.
The inherent value of a population health perspective is the ability to facilitate increased knowledge across multiple measures that can help a clinician understand or predict health outcomes. This includes looking at data inputs such as chronic conditions and treatment plans, and adding in a multitude of possible risk factors that may impede health inContinue reading “Automating Population Health Data Initiatives”
By adding a “digital workforce” to the revenue cycle, healthcare organizations are empowered to organize, streamline, and accelerate processes to improve accuracy, shorten reimbursement timeframes, and minimize inconsistencies. A key element to revenue cycle digitization is the strategic application of automation. By automating process tasks, revenue cycle managers can eliminate errors and tackle the mostContinue reading “Build the Business Case for a Digital Workforce in Revenue Cycle”