Leaders don’t get to choose between this priority “OR” that requirement. You live in an “AND” world of tough choices and limited time. HBI provides people and data driven insights that help you make sense of the unrelenting complexity you face every day.
Redesign your patient payment cycle
Save $2.5M+ in cost annually and increase NPR by $4M+
Increase net revenue and reduce denials
Increase net revenue by $5M and reduce denials by 26%
increase point of service collections by reducing idle time
Increase patient collections from $250K/yr. to $1M in 12 months
Increase staff performance and productivity
Increase productivity by 14.5% and save $3M+ in cost annually
How are you holding staff accountable? How are you tracking correct action is occurring on accounts? It is unrealistic to expect you to audit thousands of accounts per year while implementing change based on what you find. With no time in your day to conduct these reviews, partner with us to help identify your current revenue cycle gaps by reviewing patient accounts and displaying our findings on an interactive visual dashboard to keep you informed of our progress along the way.
HBI works in harmony with your team to share the burden and keep focus on priority must-dos. We identify gaps to best practice, act as a catalyst to drive teams to high-performance, and uncover variances that are causing waste or just to help shoulder the burden. HBI focuses on facts that help you make data-based decisions that drive results.
Community. Trust. Value. Innovation.
You all knocked it out of the park … The dashboard product that you’ve built for us will be instrumental in mining the insights from the shared patient connections data and physician index scores to help inform our marketing, physician relations and network development strategy. I can truly say that I can’t imagine a better partner with whom to engage around this work! I look forward to our continued collaboration as we move from the ‘build‘ phase into the ‘use‘ and ‘iterate‘ phases.
– Deb Pappas, Senior Director of Marketing and National Physician Relations
Boston Children‘s Hospital