Rethinking Revenue Cycle Management Services in the Face of Bundled Payments

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There has never been an era when the healthcare industry has seen such an upheaval quite like the past decade. With the passing of the landmark Affordable Care Act (ACA), millions of previously uninsured Americans now have a safety net to rely on should they fall ill.

 

However, the influx of new patients also means that there has been a renewed focus on providing quality care. On the flip side, providing quality care also often means higher costs of treatment. Now more than ever, healthcare providers are forced to juggle these two seemingly opposed aspects of the business. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2ycHbjE

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Revenue Cycle Management Services and Its Relevance for the Future

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If there’s any remaining doubt as to the relevance of revenue cycle management services to healthcare institutions, new research studies showing an upward trend for the industry in the next several years ought to quell them.

According to the studies, the global healthcare RCM market is projected to grow by as much as 5% in terms of compound annual growth rate (CAGR) come 2021. Because physicians are the biggest users of RCM software, it only goes to follow that they will also be the ones benefitting the most from this development.

With the implementation of upgraded and updated RCM services, they could easily improve on their overall processes and clear their administrative tasks more efficiently. The most obvious benefit coming from all of this is a better leeway to pay more attention and provide topnotch care to their patients who matter most. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2wp6EoM

Revenue Cycle Management Services and a Decrease in Healthcare Program Enrollees

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The confusion regarding the state of the country’s healthcare program continues on, and this time the effects are being more widely felt than ever. On the frontlines are healthcare providers who have reported a significant decrease in the number of enrollees over the past year.

It’s no wonder how this development came to be. With the change of administrations and a twice-failed attempt at repealing and replacing the existing Obamacare, there has been a lot of concern as to what kind of new program will be finally implemented.

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Healthcare providers are now talking about how much more difficult it is to keep the business afloat, mainly because they are not able to hit the numbers in enrollment they had been expecting. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2uptG18