Rural hospitals are currently facing a unique set of healthcare revenue cycle management challenges that may force them out of business if not addressed properly. Should this happen, the country’s rural population can possibly be left without any available healthcare options in their area. After all, rural hospitals are sparsely located throughout the land.
From 2010 to August 2017, a disturbing trend continues to haunt the healthcare industry. According to recent data from the University of North Carolina’s G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research, as many as 80 rural hospital closed during the said period. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2xR3ieq