I’ve written over 1,400 articles on this blog over the course of more than 14 years; next month it’ll be 15 years. Over the years, I’ve written in a lot of different categories, but over a third of the articles have been on leadership. My next highest concerns diversity; I’m always interested in talking about […]

Here’s a major truth; all of us likes getting things for free, or for almost nothing. As long as it’s palatable, we’ll accept free food, free drinks, free notepads and pens, free software, even free clothes! If it’s not perfect or what we think it should be, we’ll complain about it if it’s not up […]

No one in health care will ever deny that there are high costs associated with it. Some of them are unavoidable; employees, utilities, etc. jarmoluk / Pixabay With that said, there are a lot of things that could be done to standardize processes or figuring out how to work more efficiently to save on those […]

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 […]

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