Better Results With 5 QA Tips for Epic Patient Access

Better Results With 5 QA Tips for Epic Patient Access

A few years ago, in a sea of endless smartphone apps created for just about anything you could think of, a seemingly insignificant smartphone app became significant. The significance is noteworthy because in this particular segment of apps, GPS mapping, Google dominated with Google Maps. Even Google’s biggest competitor, Apple, had millions of smartphone users tethered to their iPhones in large part through Google Maps.

What Epic and Google Have in Common and Why Hospital Leaders Should Care

What Epic and Google Have in Common and Why Hospital Leaders Should Care

A few years ago, in a sea of endless smartphone apps created for just about anything you could think of, a seemingly insignificant smartphone app became significant. The significance is noteworthy because in this particular segment of apps, GPS mapping, Google dominated with Google Maps. Even Google’s biggest competitor, Apple, had millions of smartphone users tethered to their iPhones in large part through Google Maps.

Group Therapy at NAHAM: Collections, Denials, and Training Top List of Challenges

Group Therapy at NAHAM: Collections, Denials, and Training Top List of Challenges

At NAHAM 2019, peers got together during a Group Therapy session—presented by Megan Ford, Patient Access Director, Colquitt Regional Medical Center and Lance Mills, Vice President at Pelitas—to share ideas to solve their most complex challenges. While the problems facing healthcare today are numerous, the group focused on three: Collections, Denials, and Training. Patient Access leaders from various parts of the country shared what’s been working for them and, as the title of the session suggests, commiserated with each other, recognizing we are all facing common issues and not alone.