The Importance of Medical Staff Training in Healthcare

The Importance of Medical Staff Training in Healthcare

Training programs for medical staff have become increasingly popular as healthcare organizations strive to improve the quality of care they provide. There are many benefits to these programs, both for the individuals who participate and for the organization as a...
Healthcare KPIs And What You Should Be Tracking 

Healthcare KPIs And What You Should Be Tracking 

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are the numerical factor used to quantitatively measure performance. There are a variety of KPIs that are used across healthcare to measure real-time performance in areas such as business processes, financial assets, functional...
Retention and Attracting Physicians in Rural Areas

Retention and Attracting Physicians in Rural Areas

Following the trend of workers moving to cities for more opportunities, the same can be said for medical practices and hospitals struggling to find and keep staff. Rural communities continue to be perceived as a less attractive option for talent, which has led to a...

Revenue Cycle Impact Amid the Pandemic

By: Winona Thomas BS HCS According to Kaiser Health News, there has been a spike in retroactive denials for emergency department care and more patients are being caught in the middle of possibly becoming responsible for unresolved hospital bills.  Healthcare...

5 Resources for Implementing Telehealth & Telemedicine

Although Telemedicine has been around for years, it was really the COVID-19 pandemic that expedited the need for implementing these services rapidly and on a larger scale. According to Medicaid.gov “telemedicine seeks to improve a patient’s health by permitting...

Facility Credentialing Process in MN

By: Ann Knutson, CPC-A Facility credentialing is a critical aspect of healthcare revenue cycle management. This is the process in which an insurance carrier evaluates a facility for approval to be ‘in network’ and a participating provider of specific...