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Information sharing in healthcare is vital for improving patient care, especially when healthcare systems are overwhelmed.
The reward of creating a Clinically Integrated Network that functions at peak efficiency is enabling healthcare providers to communicate with one another so there’s greater coordination throughout the continuum of patient care.
While all ACOs are essentially CINs, not all CINs are ACOs. Although the two networks have many upfront similarities, it’s the details that can help to understand how a CIN can be the platform for building an ACO.
The Texas Medical Foundation awarded a Houston-area renal physician practice its Quality Improvement Award after Tangible Solutions helped them go from not reporting at all for MIPS to achieving 100% reporting.”
Here’s how clinical documentation, patient care and the revenue cycle interact.
Tech-savviness shouldn’t be a barrier to improving the revenue cycle, and it doesn’t have to be.
Implementing a data strategy is essential for getting the most out of your data, but it shouldn’t be completely done in-house.
Here are a few strategies that can help providers increase patient volumes.
Patients miss appointments for many reasons, but the result is always the same: Patients risk their health, and physicians lose out on revenue.
A high-quality healthcare experience – both for patients as well as physicians – rests on three pillars: patient satisfaction, ongoing improved health outcomes and cost containment