Utilized real-time clinical and financial data to elevate performance and drive patient satisfaction. Through system-wide changes, Wise saw a 34% increase in CMI, 19% reduction in unspecified code usage, and more.
Established a culture of trust, transparency and analytics, ultimately increasing CMI by 21%, improving CC/MCC capture rates by 5%, and increasing the average rate of return per CDI specialist by 159%.
Comprehensive support for your top priorities
MedeAnalytics helps providers and health systems improve performance throughout the revenue cycle with powerful, self-service analytics. With low margins continuing, maximizing revenue realization and optimizing cost of care is a top priority. Our data-driven, actionable insights help you identify revenue cycle opportunities and take the right steps to positively impact revenue while maintaining quality services for your patients.
Our single platform approach provides immediate visibility into revenue cycle opportunities, tackling some of today's biggest challenges, including:
- Little visibility into A/R aging and denials
- Revenue losses from increasing self-pay accounts
- Changing regulations
- Revenue leakage
- Tracking revenue across multiple care settings
- Lack of visibility into staff performance
Everything you need to support your front office, mid-cycle and back office
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