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Change Management: How To Roll Out a New Process or Workflow Without Inciting a Revolt?

So, you’ve decided to make some changes.  What’s the best way to be effective while doing so?  A recent experience with administration trying to change physician workflow (with regrettable results) has me thinking about the best way to make changes (and not this kind of change).  Change management is a big subject, but if you’re a leader in your organization,…
Ryan Secan
August 1, 2022
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Stop Letting Hospital Revenue Slip Through the Cracks

A round-up of our top 6 articles on how to capture all of your hospital revenue.  Hospitals lose 3-5% of their revenue each year due to insufficient clinical documentation and inaccurate coding, according to HFMA. This is a significant loss even in the best of times. As we enter a phase of financial limitations, capturing this missing 3-5% will become…
Malachi Charbonneau
June 23, 2022
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Identify The Missing Gaps in Your Hospital’s Revenue Cycle Process: 25 Insightful Questions to Ask

Last week I had the pleasure of speaking on our webinar, The Missing Gaps in Your Revenue Cycle Process, alongside our General Manager, Malachi Charbonneau.   As a Project Manager at Medaptus, I work directly with many hospitals that each have unique charge management workflows and situations. When a new hospital is onboarded to our Charge Pro product, we do a…
Lisa Schwenker
May 4, 2022
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Please Stand Here

Last week I had the occasion to spend time in a cancer hospital located in NYC. My son had tests, a routine that he’s had countless times before, so a three day ‘visit’ that we have come to know well. The hospital had been reaching out proactively to make sure we understood all of the safety precautions that had been…
Jen Crowley
June 17, 2020
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The effects of EHR adoption on provider well-being

Physician burnout is a real thing. Tough conversations, public health crisis, patients lacking insurance – it’s no wonder so many health care providers feel totally and completely exhausted by their chosen profession. Earlier this week the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services revealed a new plan for combating clinician burnout. The report, “Strategy on Reducing Regulatory and Administrative Burden…
Jen Crowley
March 2, 2020
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