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5 Ways Charge Capture Technology Improves Hospitalist Revenue Cycle Management

The hospital medicine specialty is only about 20 years old but today has over 50,000 providers including MDs and DOs along with advanced practice providers. This relatively small group found itself at the center of America’s COVID pandemic response in 2020. Countless hospitalists worked tirelessly to save lives in overburdened units while quarantining from loved ones and confronting helplessness as…
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June 14, 2021
Mobile Charge CaptureBlogNews

What to Look for in Mobile Charge Capture

Many practicing providers have never experienced a time when they worked in medicine without mobile phone technology. Apps from clinical content to dictation suit the mobile nature of cellular devices – allowing providers to be more productive while on the move. Charge capture technology has been deployed on mobile devices for close to two decades. With a number of charge…
Zach Tavano
June 11, 2021
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What is Charge Capture? Part III: Tools for the Back Office

Complementing the initial capture of essential charge information by the physician, a complete charge capture solution provides a workstation-based environment for coders to validate charges and ensure both accuracy and completeness prior to billing.  This starts with reconciliation – have all charge opportunities been capitalized on? Charge reconciliation is relatively straightforward for office charges. If a provider sees 20 patients,…
Zach Tavano
May 26, 2021
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What is Charge Capture? Part I: Charge Capture Essentials

Charge Capture Essentials For anyone new to revenue cycle management in healthcare, the term ‘charge capture’ may be unfamiliar. It may even sound like something you would do to improve the battery life of a phone. But in the world of healthcare, it is really the process of recording and submitting provider billable services for reimbursement from a payer. On…
Vicky Abihsira
May 24, 2021
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No Mask, No Service… No Problem

There are many people out there who still maintain that COVID-19 is a hoax and refuse to wear masks.  Despite the rising death tolls, and the mountains of evidence that this is a very real problem (including overloaded hospitals, full ICUs, people with non-COVID related medical problems have delayed care with significant consequences, and surviving patients with long term disability),…
Ryan Secan
January 27, 2021
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Vaccine side effect: feelings of joy return

For those of you who haven’t yet found GomerBlog, today is your lucky day.  It’s like The Onion, but for medical topics.  The other day I saw a piece there that completely captured a moment I recently experienced. As my wife likes to say, I now have a superpower.  I’ve received both doses of the Pfizer vaccine! Dose #1: Dose…
Ryan Secan
January 13, 2021
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The Top Five Things Every Hospitalist Team Should Be Measuring

Over the years medaptus has worked with a lot of hospital medicine teams, from smaller independent groups to large multi-state corporations. As a result, we have learned a lot about the needs of hospitalist programs. From workflow to charge capture to charge management, handoff, rounding models and scheduling nuances, we’ve seen it all. Our Vice President of Product Management, Dan…
Jen Crowley
November 30, 2020
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