Meduit’s recently conducted Net Promoter® Score (NPS) results are in from our clients and the news is surprising … even to us. The core of any NPS is if your customers would recommend you to someone – nice and simple yet powerful and telling question because it says it all.
Revenue cycle management leaders from Wake Forest Baptist Health, Atrium Health and Lexington Medical Center led a compelling session on defining true artificial intelligence (AI) at the North Carolina HFMA annual conference March 4-6 in Pinehurst, NC.
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Meduit is dedicated to bringing you news and information about the hot trends in revenue cycle management. That is why we’re pleased to unveil the latest edition of the Meduit news magazine: Cycle Up.
Meduit recently launched MeduitAI™, a one-of-a-kind suite of revenue cycle solutions powered by artificial intelligence. Clearly AI is on the minds of healthcare executives based on this OptumIQ Annual Survey, which matches what we are hearing from hospital executives across the country.
We are pleased to announce that CMRE Financial Services, Inc. has joined forces with Meduit effective February 7, 2020. Together, the two companies will be able to leverage our broad and complementary RCM capabilities to provide more solutions to clients from the beginning of a patient’s account all the way through collections with exceptional patient-centered customer services.
Artificial intelligence is transforming revenue cycle management. Meduit’s MedAutoCode leverages AI with autonomous coding to recreate a patient visit and assign accurate, real-time medical codes to the chart with zero human interaction. Check out our newest video to learn how MedAutoCode can lower operational costs, improve coding accuracy and reduce A/R time.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is expected to transform the healthcare revenue cycle. As a revenue cycle solutions leader, Meduit is setting the pace with AI products and services that elevate accounts receivable and accelerate cash. To that end, Meduit is pleased to announce the launch of MeduitAI™ - a line of AI solutions that support the revenue cycle needs of the healthcare industry.
The recent AHA Executive Forum in Chicago spotlighted the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on healthcare and opportunities that AI affords providers. Randy Tempest, Senior Vice President of Sales and Relationship Management, and Doug Marcum, Senior Vice President of Technology, represented Meduit at the event as hospital and health system thought leaders from organizations across the country gathered to gain insights into how AI is transforming healthcare.
Medical billing errors and coding issues, such as failing to use updated code sets and bad or missing documentation, can lead to claim denials and payment delays impacting healthcare providers financially. According to one study, up to 90% of medical bills contain errors that are cumulatively estimated to be worth $750 billion a year. By reducing human touches, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is playing an increasingly critical role in streamlining healthcare processes, including medical coding, to improve coding accuracy and documentation while reducing costs and driving revenue. Learn more in our latest Issue Brief about how technologies, like MedAutoCode, are leveraging AI with autonomous coding to improve coding accuracy with zero human interaction.