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What is Revenue Cycle Management Going to Look Like with Increased Consolidation? - Today’s news stream brims with discussions around the increased levels of consolidation in the U.S. #healthcare industry. Meanwhile, many #healthcareproviders are now asking, “What is revenue cycle management going to look like with a rise in consolidation?” Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2reZbJF

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Social Security Disability Eligibility Cuts Treating-Physician Rule, Keeps Appeal Waiting Times Long - The #SocialSecurityDisability program benefits millions of Americans, no matter how old or young they are. However, a new rule imposed by Social Security recently may make it harder for any patient of any age to be approved for #socialsecuritydisabilityeligibility. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2pBXDI7

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New Bill Offers Disability Social Security Beneficiaries a Pathway Back to the Workforce - Americans who are on #disabilitysocialsecurity may soon find themselves back to work the moment they are able to. A new proposed bill in Congress aims to give #recoveringbeneficiaries a pathway back to the workforce. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2pCdFlf

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The Affordable Care Act Marketplace Is Under Threat as Insurers Stand to Lose Federal Subsidies - All over America, uncertainty continues to loom when it comes to the future of #healthcareinsurance. In recent months, the Republican party has worked hard to repeal and replace the #AffordableCareAct or Obamacare. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2oZLUPC

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Work Requirement May Soon Help Determine Eligibility for Medicaid Benefits - For quite some time now, #Medicaid has been the most widely available source of health coverage for people living across the United States. Through this program, over 72.5 million Americans, particularly disabled individuals, pregnant women, children, and seniors, were able to gain affordable #healthcoverage. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2oZGT9U

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Avoiding Denied Claims is Crucial to Good Hospital Revenue Cycle Management - According to a report by Relay Health Financial, #largehospitals in the Northern Plains have higher average claim denial rates compared to other areas in the country at a surprising 10.58%. The report defines large #hospitals as facilities that host 250 to 400 beds. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2pBZxZv

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Medicaid Expansion Shown to Improve Healthcare Revenue Cycle Management - Operating a #healthcare facility is no mean feat. For hospital executives, the task involves not only providing excellent #medicalcare to patients, but it also means keeping a business afloat. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2pC1vbZ

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What is Revenue Cycle Management in the Age of Healthcare Consumerism? - For the longest time, the #healthcare industry’s status quo has been more or less intact. Yes, technological advances have been introduced, but the way #hospitals conducted business was mostly the same: patients come in, they get treated, then they get billed. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2oZFSyu

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In an Era of Healthcare Consumerism, Revenue Cycle Management Companies Help Hospitals Stay Afloat - For the foreseeable future, the #AffordableCareAct or ACA is here to stay. With its continued implementation, the law continues to change the #healthcare landscape as Americans know it. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2pC6SYR

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Why Eligibility for Social Security Disability Remains a Challenge for Some - The difficult process of filing for benefits is causing the #socialsecuritydisability program to fail many of the people it’s supposed to serve. A combination of administrative inadequacy and far too rigorous requirements have only managed to deny benefits to some deserving #claimants. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2qgQ5aK
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