EHR transitions are costly – and not only in terms of dollars. There is also the toll taken on your…
A Clearer View: Managing Data Within Health Systems How one large health system uses the Ingenious Med platform to optimize…
Despite the growing emphasis on data in healthcare, many organizations are struggling to acquire it. And even when they do have the right data at their disposal, many aren’t using it as effectively as they should. That’s having a big effect on bottom lines.
According to a recent market research study by Ingenious Med, only 1 in 3 healthcare executives currently believe they have enough data insight into location performance or physician productivity.
Every part of the revenue cycle is vital to an organization’s financial health, yet not every aspect is treated equally. The coding process is often written off as a necessary but messy process, accepting that care providers don’t have sufficient time to document everything at the time of care. Fortunately, there is a better path forward.
Adfinitas Health, a healthcare staffing and management practice based in Hanover, Maryland, was looking for ways to improve the collection…
CMS and commercial payers are all getting better at analyzing large volumes of claims data – that’s why it’s critical that healthcare organizations provide proper documentation to support their claims. Take action to reduce compliance risk and associated liability with collecting and submitting documentation.
Emory Healthcare, the largest healthcare system in Georgia, is a multidisciplinary medical organization compiled of six hospitals and more than 200 provider locations.
The Lafayette, La.-based Schumacher Group, a large multi-state provider of emergency department and hospitalist services, has been using Ingenious Med’s charge capture solution in its hospitalist division since launching that unit in 2006. Currently, Schumacher has 160 hospitalists working at 22 hospitals.