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Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) Post EHR Implementation: Much Ado About Charging

Posted by The HCI Group on October 22, 2014 at 9:55 AM

Revenue Cycle Management Post EHR Implementation: Much Ado About ChargingAre you struggling to identify what causes a revenue decline after an EMR Go-Live?

In the first part of our new Revenue Cycle series, the HCI Group’s Chelsea Wyatt looks at how hospitals can avoid the potential revenue pitfall during the revenue cycle management process.

In this paper you will learn how significant drops in revenue typically stem from the area that undergoes the vast majority of process change during EMR implementation – the very beginning of the RCM process: Charging. Learn how effectively implementing a revenue integrity team and processes during your implementation can make a world of difference for your organization.

Chelsea M. Wyatt, CAPM, MBA is a project manager with extensive experience with hospital revenue cycle reviews and applications. She recently completed two multi-affiliate hospital billing installs, including CDM work, taking a total of eight hospitals with 2,400 beds live at Yale New Haven Hospital and Lifespan Systems. She helped assure that three of the sites returned to revenue baseline just two months after Go-Live, three months faster than typical in the industry for that vendor. 

Download the Revenue Cycle Management Post EHR Implementation Charging Paper

Topics: Revenue Cycle, Go-Live Support

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