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Revenue Cycle Outlook for 2022

Posted by Jeff Nieman on Feb 23, 2022 2:45:00 PM

COVID-19 has unleashed challenges unlike any that our healthcare system has experienced in at least 100 years. Hospitals and health systems are tasked with serving more patients than they are designed to handle. While our healthcare providers have demonstrated a steadfast commitment to ensuring their patients’ health along with the financial health of their organizations, all are overworked and many face burnout.
Throughout 2022, digital technologies and artificial intelligence (AI) are key to recovering organizational financial health and mitigating pressure on internal staff.

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Financial Resilience in the COVID-19 Era

Posted by Jeff Nieman on Oct 15, 2021 6:05:39 PM

COVID-19 continues to create massive challenges for healthcare, but with those challenges come opportunities to elevate the way we work. Going into 2022, digital tools – especially those that incorporate artificial intelligence (AI) and robotic process automation (RPA) – will be a key component in driving hospital, health system and physician practice transformation. From how patient care is delivered across the continuum to revenue cycle solutions, digital technologies offer the speed, efficiency, scalability and accuracy to achieve financial health, resilience and patient care goals. 

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2021 Healthcare RCM Outlook: Opportunities and Risks for Provider RCM from Jeff Nieman, CEO

Posted by Jeff Nieman on Feb 17, 2021 9:41:34 AM

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented a raft of challenges that hospitals, health systems and physician groups across the country are facing at the start of this new year. The biggest priority will be effectively and efficiently managing the COVID-19 recovery phase financially and clinically.

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Hot Trends in Revenue Cycle Management: Robots and AI / Partnership and Provider Control

Posted by Jeff Nieman on Aug 31, 2019 11:25:08 AM

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