Tune up your revenue cycle with resources offered by HBI’s Revenue Cycle Community, including independent research, actionable best practices and training for leadership and front-line staff in Patient Access, Health Information Management, and Patient Financial Services. Prepare your organization for developments in:

  • Healthcare Reform
  • Revenue Cycle Alignment and Integration
  • Denial Prevention
  • Patient Experience

Improve Revenue Cycle Performance and Patient Satisfaction

Gain the skills, knowledge, and support to succeed in today’s healthcare environment.

A True Financial Pathway for Self-Pay Patients

Is your organization doing all it can to effectively communicate self-pay liabilities and expectations from the first interaction? Consider these five key takeaways from industry leaders in this Executive Summary or download the full e-book below.

 

What Does CMS’ 2019 Price Transparency Rule Mean for You?

Many questions still remain even with CMS officially requiring healthcare providers to post inpatient standard charges online as of January 1, 2019. Click here to view price transparency trending topics or download the full white paper below. Let HBI help you navigate this and other provisions!

Are you Equipped to Attract and Retain a Millennial Workforce?

In just one year, half of our workforce is expected to be made up of millennials. Healthcare, and the revenue cycle in particular, is no stranger to high turnover and may feel this shift more intensely. Uncover new strategies for recruiting and engaging staff alongside HBI.

How Do I Keep Up With Payer Requirements?

As back-end revenue cycle leaders strive to keep processes compliant with varying and often changing payer requirements, they may typically rely on the contracting or managed care department to identify and regularly communicate updates. However, HBI survey results have indicated that just 32% of organizations have such departments reporting to the revenue cycle. So how can you keep your organization informed and prepared for payer communications?