Reimagining your RCM strategy in 2023 with intelligent automation
How revenue cycle leaders can transform the patient financial experience into a competitive differentiator, manage ever-changing payer rules, and navigate an exacerbated workforce shortage.
For many hospitals and health systems, 2022 was the most financially difficult year since the start of the pandemic. It’s clear that the path ahead to financial recovery is dependent on improved revenue cycle efficiency, but many health systems rely on labor-intensive and lengthy processes that impact patient access and ultimately, inhibit revenue capture.
To succeed, revenue cycle leaders need to transform the patient financial experience into a competitive differentiator, manage ever-changing payer rules, and navigate an exacerbated workforce shortage – all in an extraordinary inflationary environment.
In this webinar, Care New England and Notable share insights and lessons learned in using intelligent automation to improve revenue cycle performance, including:
- How to address 2023’s revenue cycle challenges to increase co-pay collections, minimize denials, and reduce the cost to collect
- Actionable steps to enhance a high-performing, patient-centered revenue cycle
- The role of intelligent automation in freeing up staff capacity to take on higher-value work with current resourcing
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