March 14th 2023
Most doctors say delays in approval for treatment are impeding patient care. They also say excessive delays are undermining the argument that prior authorization helps control costs.
March 2nd 2023
Talk 'data' to me: Why aren’t your healthcare claims getting paid? | Lindsay BurrowsDecember 11th 2022
It has been a record year for healthcare claim denials and underpayments, often leaving providers to foot the bill. Here are 10 suggestions to help providers avoid preventable denials.
About 15,000 Minnesota nurses are planning their second strike, and this one would be longerDecember 6th 2022
Nurses are planning to walkout beginning Dec. 11, and most plan to be on strike for about three weeks. Hospitals, packed with patients with RSV and other illnesses, say the strike comes at a particularly difficult time.
As cyberattacks and insurance costs grow, time is right for accreditation | ViewpointNovember 27th 2022
Accreditation and certification programs can help organizations address gaps and demonstrate to other providers, partners, and insurers that they are serious about protecting healthcare data.
Hospitals are facing the worst financial year of the pandemic. Here’s what they’re doing.October 20th 2022
Health systems are struggling with labor shortages and higher costs. Leaders say they are boosting pay and offering incentives to recruit and retain workers, a Kaufman Hall report finds.