Denials

Denials, Webinars

3 Keys to Winning Against Clinical Denials

11/19/2019

Community Health Network shares best practices used to reduce denials and streamline denial management efforts across the continuum. Efforts include collaboration among clinical and revenue cycle teams, a focus on front-end prevention and a team approach with clearly defined processes for each role. In 2018 alone, the network recovered $39 million in clinical denials as […]

Blogs, Denials

Denials Management: Making the Change

7/10/2018

At Moffitt Cancer Center, a robust denial prevention program resulted in reducing denials from 14% of gross charges to 8% of gross charges billed. The process involves a multidisciplinary team, a data-driven strategy, a preventative approach and a missional, patient-centric perspective that extends across the organization. The process involved creating a multidisciplinary steering committee, then finding […]

Blogs, Denials

Denials Management: Finding the Root Cause & Creating a Plan

7/5/2018

At Moffitt Cancer Center, a robust denial prevention program resulted in reducing denials from 14% of gross charges to 8% of gross charges billed. The process involves a multidisciplinary team, a data-driven strategy, a preventative approach and a missional, patient-centric perspective that extends across the organization. The first step to their success was the creation of […]

Blogs, Denials

Denials Management: Creating a Steering Committee

6/13/2018

At Moffitt Cancer Center, a robust denial prevention program resulted in reducing denials from 14% of gross charges to 8% of gross charges billed. The process involves a multidisciplinary team, a data-driven strategy, a preventative approach and a missional, patient-centric perspective that extends across the organization. The first step to their success was the creation of […]

Blogs, Denials, HIMSS

HIMSS Revenue Cycle Summit: Reducing Denials Through Automation

2/28/2018

Today’s health systems are significantly challenged by denials.  This has a direct impact on revenue, payment delays, and administrative dollars wasted appealing denied claims. There are solutions to fix this problem. Automating your financial workflow through centralization and documentation is one place to start. Moffit Cancer Center saw exceptional results from the denials management program […]

Case Studies, Denials

The Executive’s Guide to Implementing a Denials Program

2/5/2018

At Moffitt Cancer Center, a robust denial prevention program resulted in reducing denials from 14% of gross charges to 8% of gross charges billed. The process involves a multidisciplinary team, a datadriven strategy, a preventative approach and a missional, patient-centric perspective that extends across the organization. Click Here to Download  

Case Studies, Denials

Client Success Story | Moffitt Cancer Center

1/24/2018

Moffitt Cancer Center is dedicated to partnering with patients and their families to provide a quality experience. With this mission in mind, the center recognized a need to redesign front-end workflows to improve operational efficiency, financial integrity and patient experience. The revenue cycle team at Moffitt sought strategies to improve patient experience while maintaining performance […]

Blogs, Denials

Stopping Denials Before They Start

11/21/2017

Denials continue to cost providers millions of dollars each year, not only in claims denied but in resources dedicated to denial and appeal management programs. Of the $3 trillion in claims submitted by hospitals in 2016, an estimated 9 percent of charges were initially denied.1 As many as one in five claims are denied or delayed, […]

Blogs, Denials

5 Reasons Denials Should Be a Top Priority for 2018

10/24/2017

With ever-mounting financial pressures, healthcare leaders are examining their systems’ performance to identify ways to increase profitability. While many hospitals consider denials management a necessary evil, new data has revealed just how damaging denials can be to the bottom line. Data also shows that managing claims denials after they happen isn’t enough anymore – prevention […]

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