Topic: Patient Collections
A median 350-bed hospital would have lost $3.5 million to increased denial write-offs from healthcare payers over the past four years, according to a new report.
ANAHEIM, California—Benchmarking your practice isn’t a tough concept—but where should you start?
Going paperless may be a trend, but it isn’t reality in most medical practices.
Staff at physician practices could benefit from more customer service training, leaders say.
A small rural hospital has lost its nonprofit status for failing to meet new charity care reporting requirements.
More than 20 healthcare executives tell FierceHealthcare how to build better relationships between payers and network physicians.
Nearly 70% of patients with hospital bills of $500 or less didn’t pay off the full balance in 2016, according to a new report.
While physician practices must maximize patient collections, more than 75% wait more than 90 days to turn overdue bills over to a collection agency.
Unpaid hospital bills have led healthcare organizations to require that patients pay for care in advance.
Patients at hundreds of Texas hospitals may be at risk for surprise medical bills, especially if they need emergency care, a new study has found.