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4 REVENUE CYCLE INITIATIVES FAST-TRACKED BY COVID-19

Projects on the backburner, like having a remote workforce, paperless patient communications, and electronic signatures, have been implemented faster out of necessity.
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4 REVENUE CYCLE INITIATIVES FAST-TRACKED BY COVID-19
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A marriage of convenience: how RPA is closing the gap between healthcare and technology

How RPA is closing the gap between healthcare and technology. Things have changed drastically for the healthcare sector over the last few months. At this time of heightened stress and anxiety, it’s vital that doctors’ and nurses’ time is freed up for patients wherever possible – not just now, but for the future too. Necessity is the birth of invention, as they say, and has now seen the doors to healthcare opened wider for the technology industry than ever before.
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A new normal for telehealth requires reimbursement and benefit design

A comprehensive consumer-facing digital strategy built around telehealth will be a requirement for providers,' says Dr. Chuck Peck, Guidehouse.
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HIMSSCast: How COVID-19 has accelerated healthcare trends, with MoneyBall Medicine's Harry Glorikian

An interview with MoneyBall Medicine author and investor Harry Glorikian.
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Hospitals should prepare now for future telehealth demands

Current patient deferral of nonurgent services could lead to a "care debt" down the line, say Duke researchers. To meet those needs, health systems should be building out a robust telemedicine infrastructure.
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From precision medicine to precision health

Precision medicine’s equivalent for people who are not necessarily ill, precision health, is only now starting to be developed.
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Telehealth set for 'tsunami of growth,' says Frost & Sullivan

With the COVID-19 pandemic having already set the stage for a massive increase in telehealth consults, the research firm sees an even bigger future – as demand for one-stop virtual visits and remote patient monitoring grows as much as seven-fold.
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Adapting Patient-Friendly Medical Billing to a COVID-19 World

Monument Health in South Dakota is adapting to a new definition of patient-friendly medical billing as COVID-19 transforms patient needs and their ability pay for healthcare.
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Getting to accurate electronic clinical quality measures can be a challenge

In a HIMSS20 Digital session, the director of clinical quality informatics at Memorial Hermann Health System walks through eCQM difficulties along with some solutions.
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