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Causes & Effects of Swelling
Patient Financial Responsibility
The pace of change in the healthcare industry is accelerating rapidly. Higher expectations by patients for quality, cost, and transparency reflect our consumer-centric economy.
One of the most significant changes impacting healthcare providers is the shift from third-party payers to patient responsibility…
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Traditional Revenue Cycle
Processes No Longer Work
Increased patient responsibility is squeezing providers’ revenues and margins. The vast majority of patients are willing to pay what they owe but they also expect to get clear cost estimates up-front and flexible payment options.
Ballooning subscriptions to HDHPs magnify the importance and urgency of verifying patients’ eligibility, estimating patients’ out-of-pockets costs…
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Read The Latest Posts From Our Blog: C&E Perspectives
Cash flow is vital to any business, and a relationship with C&E can provide an accelerated, predictable cash flow to give your facility the ability to cover much-needed expenses. From operating costs to expansion projects, there are many demands on liquidity and competition for capital within your organization.
With more patients acquiring health insurance that demands they pay expenses out of pocket, hospitals and healthcare facilities everywhere are feeling the sting of unpaid account receivables. But, fewer than 20 percent of hospitals work to collect their accounts receivables after they have reached “old age.” Instead of letting these accounts sit around, C&E is willing to acquire a healthcare facility’s account receivable debts and turn those hassles into cash.
Leverage Patient Bad Debt to Increase Revenue and Yield In our increasingly data-driven healthcare environment, effective financial management requires timely analysis of Key Performance Indicators (KPI). But it’s essential to track the metrics that give you the most complete picture of your revenue cycle. Traditionally, healthcare finance executives looked at “days in A/R” and “aged receivables”… Read more »