Coon Memorial realizes enterprise revenue cycle solution has negative impact to ED
Much to the dismay of the emergency department (ED) services team, leadership at Coon Memorial Hospital decided to replace their T-System ED coding service.
Children's Hospital Colorado Increases Collections by $13.6 Million
Children's Hospital Colorado
, a briskly growing network of six facilities around the Denver area, was using expensive contract labor to perform their emergency department (ED) charge capture and coding, but suspected numerous charges were being left on the table.
Madison Memorial Hospital Returns to EV™ After Enterprise EHR Struggles
After converting their emergency department (ED) nurses to an enterprise-wide electronic health record product, Idaho nonprofit Madison Memorial Hospital
began to notice significant financial, operational and clinical problems.
Memorial University Medical Center Improves Revenue by $24.8 Million per Year with T-System RevCycle+™
Memorial University Medical Center (MUMC) saw red flags when reviewing an internal chart audit. In many cases, they noticed the emergency department documentation did not match charge entries; they were not accurately capturing charges in the ED.
Community Hospital Increases Collections by $8.9 Million
Conway Medical Center had a big revenue management problem in the ED. Stagnant accounts receivables, delayed bills of up to seven months, and falling behind on physician credentialing requirements provided a huge opportunity for change.
How 3 Kentucky Hospitals Increased Revenue by 28%
In early 2011, Commonwealth Health Corporation
(CHC) conducted an on-site audit of its Evaluation & Management (E&M) level charges, processes and nursing
documentation at each of its three emergency department (ED) locations.
Increases Revenue by $50,000+ in Three Months
The right emergency care partner can provide the key to securing a hospital's bottom line. The
Memorial Medical Center
ED in Port Lavaca, Texas treats approximately 10,100 patients annually and has been using
since 2009. While the ED has made impressive improvements since its go-live in terms of quality of patient care and documentation, hospital leaders
recognized the need to have optimized processes in addition to the right tool. As a result, they requested T-System's RevCycle+ consulting services.
Getting Paid for a High-Performing ED
Pay-for-performance programs have become an increasingly popular (and lucrative) way for hospitals to demonstrate their commitment to improving patient
care through proven results. Canonsburg General Hospital (CGH) set a goal to participate in Highmark BlueCross Blue Shield's QualityBLUE Hospital
Pay-for-Performance Program, but it first needed to significantly increase patient throughput. The Pennsylvania hospital's emergency department (ED),
which receives approximately 22,000 annual patient visits, implemented EV™
because it wanted a solution that would support improved processes and
measure the effectiveness of those processes.
Contributing to an HIE to Enable Continuity of Care
The emergency department (ED) at Great Plains Regional Medical Center in Nebraska has made remarkable advancements in interoperability by sharing
information across the enterprise and with the state Health Information Exchange (HIE). The ED, which receives 15,800 annual patient visits and is
Level III Trauma Certified, implemented EV™
to help it offer a more seamless patient care experience across providers. GPRMC uses the EV patient
tracking, physician documentation and nurse documentation modules.
San Antonio Hospital Saves $1.5 Million due to Improved Documentation
As the only hospital in south Texas designed and built especially for children, San Antonio's Methodist Children's Hospital is committed to creating
the best possible patient care experience for youth and their families. Hospital leadership recognized the need for an emergency department information system
(EDIS) that would improve patient documentation. In achieving its goal, the facility also realized drastic financial savings.
Keystone Increases RVUs by 16 Percent
Keystone Healthcare Management sought to eliminate revenue lost due to incomplete and illegible patient charts by finding a better physician documentation solution.