Webinar June 17, 2014

Identify and Resolve Revenue Vulnerabilities with Data Analytics

Today’s revenue cycle is undergoing fundamental transformation. Audits and denials are on the rise. Coding and documentation are rapidly changing. And clinical quality increasingly determines financial success. How can you effectively enhance and protect your revenue in this atmosphere of change?

In this webinar, MedeAnalytics will demonstrate the power of data analytics and predictive modeling on revenue cycle management. You’ll learn how to identify your greatest documentation, coding, and compliance vulnerabilities—and get a clear picture of their impact on revenue. You’ll see how harnessing your data can help you reduce denials, mitigate audit risk, and accelerate collections.

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