Making Charge Capture a Byproduct of Clinical Care – A Case Study in EHR Optimization

Jennifer Grayson, Director of Revenue Integrity, Renown Health

Wednesday, March 4, 2020
1:00 pm Eastern Time

Today’s healthcare era can be characterized by tight margins, intense claims scrutiny, and frequent policy changes. To stay ahead in the coming years, organizations need to start decreasing revenue leakage now, as opposed to later. However, the success of such initiatives often rests on the shoulders of clinical staff who do not understand, or do not have the bandwidth to educate themselves on charge capture.

Tune in to HBI’s March 2020 webinar to learn how Renown Health is addressing this challenge. Director of Revenue Integrity Jennifer Grayson will cover how the organization is optimizing its EHR to make charge capture more seamless for clinicians, considering avenues for automation, and more.


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CPE Credits

1.0 credit

Learning Objectives

  • Discuss how to leverage charge preference lists, Revenue Guardian checks, and other EHR tweaks to enhance charge capture
  • Evaluate whether a professional fee calculator—which uses points to help make appropriate E&M code assignments—is right for your organization
  • Analyze how to educate and engage clinical staff in charge capture and revenue integrity efforts


Program Level

Field of Study
Management Services

Advance Preparation
None required

General working knowledge of the healthcare revenue cycle

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