Posted by Healthcare Financial Management Association Chicago, IL, Sept. 17, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) today announced that, following rigorous review, ClearBalance® has once again achieved the “Peer Reviewed by HFMA®” designation for its ROI Value Model™. The ClearBalance ROI Value Model identifies a healthcare provider’s cost to collect patient … Continue reading “ClearBalance ROI Value Model Receives HFMA Peer Review Designation for Fourth Consecutive Year”
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Visit with ClearBalance during the North Carolina HFMA Annual Institute, March 11-13 in Pinehurst, NC.
Be sure to visit the ClearBalance booth during HFMA Metro NY’s 59th Annual Institute, March 8-9 in Uniondale, NY.
Visit ClearBalance during the HFMA Region 9 Annual Conference in New Orleans. Ask for a HFMA Peer Reviewed ROI Value Model report to identify your opportunity to improve patient pay.
Be sure to stop by the ClearBalance booth to hear the latest results of the 3rd annual Healthcare Consumerism study. Visit with us at the HFMA Region 2 Fall Conference in Verona, NY.
Hear April York of Novant Health present Making Care Affordable Without Sacrificing Financial Performance, Oct. 4 during the New Jersey HFMA Annual National Institute in Atlantic City. And be sure to stop by the ClearBalance booth to hear the latest results of the 3rd annual Healthcare Consumerism study.
Tom Cook of ClearBalance will present findings of the 3rd annual Healthcare Consumerism study during his presentation, The Impact of Patient Loyalty on the Revenue Cycle, Sept. 20 at 3:20 p.m. See him at the VA/DC HFMA Fall Education Conference.
Jan. 17, 2011 — The vast majority of hospitals — 97 percent — participating in HFMA’s most recent Healthcare Financial Pulse study reported an increase in self-pay receivables compared with the prior fiscal year. At more than one-third of these hospitals, the increase was 10 percent or greater. The study found that small hospitals were most … Continue reading “New HFMA Research Reveals Increase in Hospital Self-Pay Receivables”