HFMA and Navigant Survey Findings Featured in Healthcare Informatics
Providers find themselves challenged to maximize the benefits of innovative technology to better manage uncompensated care and revenue integrity, according to a new survey from the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) and Navigant.
The survey, which was released at the start of this year's HFMA conference, included responses from 125 hospital and health system chief financial officers (CFOs) and revenue cycle executives. When asked which revenue cycle capability their organization is most focused on for improvement over the next year, 79 percent of respondents suggested technology-related capabilities, including business intelligence analytics, electronic health record (EHR)-enabled workflow or reporting, revenue integrity, and coding and physician/clinician documentation.
The survey found: