Dean Dorton knows how important it is to stay on track with your revenue cycle schedule. Team member absences are inevitable, but do they have to result in a set back for your billing department? Dean Dorton Healthcare is launching a new, On-Call Billing service designed to help hospitals and medical groups stay ahead of billing challenges.
You can’t manage what you don’t measure. Track these revenue cycle management metrics in healthcare for greater efficiency.
Dean Dorton Builds Enterprise Revenue Forecast Manager, Bringing Accuracy to Revenue Forecasting for Healthcare Providers and Medical Centers
Dean Dorton's Data and Collaboration team developed a custom application using Microsoft Azure that will bring accuracy to wRVU Data for Healthcare Providers and Medical Centers.
Revenue cycle management is an important model for many industries. But few need it more than healthcare.
Medical coding is quite possibly the most important step in your revenue cycle, and errors can be costly. Learn about tech solutions that can help.
Phishing: a topic that conjures many emotions. Maybe that emotion is fear from an end user perspective, or maybe that emotion is frustration from a cyber-security professional. “Don’t click malicious links,” advice which has been parroted by security teams for years is sound. But, what if I told you all initial phishing links aren’t malicious?
Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) has announced an opportunity for providers who missed Reporting Period #1. This would apply to providers who have received letters requesting repayments of the provider relief fund payments they received.
The last major update to HIPAA came back in 2013, but all signs point to another update coming this year, in addition to, the minor changes and guidance previously established in February. Following is what to expect in 2022 from a data security, availability, and sharing perspective.
Understanding and optimizing revenue healthcare management in healthcare holds the key to efficient operations and better patient experiences.
State Agencies and Accrediting Organizations monitor compliance with Medicare’s Conditions of Participation for Hospitals by conducting unannounced surveys. Hospital Compliance personnel can use this data set to identify common areas of deficiencies, trends and specific circumstances for each deficiency. This blog explores the most recent update that was posted in April 2022.