White Papers on Revenue Cycle Services and Process Automation

All our latest Thinking on medical billing, medical Coding, Accounts Receivable and  denial management Processes, Robotic process automation, Artificial intelligence, machine learning and more..

The business of healthcare is changing and you need a partner that takes your business forward.  Find Insights and perspectives on the latest trends in healthcare revenue cycle.

Top Healthcare & Revenue cycle services Trends to watch for in 2018

2017 required healthcare organizations to respond to several new challenges – political change, growing role of technology, shift to value-based care and the increasing role of information security. While we anticipate that these issues will continue to influence through 2018, we will also see new challenges. The blurring lines between providers and payers, a refocusing on care (and more so on the patient), and a changing policy environment will occupy the centre stage for 2018.

9 things to look for in a Revenue Cycle Outsourcing provider

Healthcare providers face a daunting challenge of reduced reimbursement rates and an increased rate of denials. Identification and management of denials and underpayments is a significant challenge for many providers today. It is important to identify a vendor that can improve efficiency and effectiveness as well as the bottom line. As revenue cycle management becomes more challenging by the day, there are several strategies that healthcare CFOs and administrators can adopt.

How not to lose money when you migrate to a new revenue cycle system 

System transitions are one of the most significant causes of lost revenue in healthcare revenue cycle  management.  In this paper, we examine the key challenges of  transitioning to new revenue cycle platforms, and  share some of the best practices from our experience. 

Scaling up Revenue cycle Services Operations- Lessons from our Experience

Faced with the daunting task of deploying over 1,000 people with healthcare industry knowledge and experience, Access Healthcare’s recruitment, training, and operations team had to think differently. The team had to react fast and develop multi-pronged approach including leadership participation in the hiring program, utilization of automation tools for hiring, selection and training, creating a lucrative referral program, and strong brand messages. We bring you lessons from our experience of building a 1,000 people operations in less than two months in a completely new city.