Years ago I wrote an article that’s sitting on my main website titled Misperceptions And Expectations Of The Charge Master / Revenue Review Process. It’s not necessarily meant for the general public; it’s meant for people in health care who I try to market my services to, people who should know these things but don’t… […]

This is a continuation from yesterday’s post talking about the reasons why bringing a charge master consultant into a hospital or any other medical entity could be a good thing. It’s a bit of marketing while telling some truths. Let’s continue, starting with #6 (since I did the first 5 in yesterday’s post): Difference Between […]

My specialty as a health care finance consultant is charge capture. To that extent, to do things right one should always start with the charge master. I call it the respiratory system of every hospital and medical entity, which includes doctors, because without having this set up properly it’s a crap shoot in trying to […]

Whether you’re a physician or a hospital, you’re probably suffering from some kind of issue. That issue is probably affecting both your revenue and cash flow. Unless you have a crack staff, which means you’ve been able to keep all of the people in your facility trained on revenue cycle processes that affect them, something’s […]

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