In its three-part Revenue Integrity Series, Change Healthcare will deconstruct the provider's journey to Revenue Integrity or, "Am I getting fully and accurately paid for what I do?"
From 9 to 11 am on July 8, July 20, and September 7, MHDC will host three (3) in-person and webinar-accessible sessions spanning the following stages in the Revenue Integrity journey:
- Beyond Basic Eligibility Verification, or how healthcare providers get paid for delivering care.
- Optimizing Revenue Using Data, or how analytics improve claims processing efficiency and remittance.
- Comprehensive Payment Solutions, that improve consumer collection efforts.
"The network that is optimized to maximize provider returns is the same network that is optimized by health plans in their stewardship of the premium dollar. The Revenue Integrity Series is a fascinating and informative view from the provider's position," said Denny Brennan, MHDC's Executive Director. "MHDC is very pleased to host Change Healthcare, a valued Executive Member of the Consortium."
About Change Healthcare
Change Healthcare is the single largest financial and administrative healthcare network in the United States, reaching approximately 750,000 physicians, 105,000 dentists, 60,000 pharmacies, 5,000 hospitals, 600 vendors, 450 laboratories and 1,200 government and commercial payers. Over 30 years, Change Healthcare has developed this network of payers and providers, connecting virtually all private and government payers, claim-submitting providers and pharmacies in a hybrid cloud-based, user-centric and secure infrastructure environment.
About the Massachusetts Health Data Consortium
The Massachusetts Health Data Consortium, founded in 1978, is a not-for-profit organization working to address the myriad innovations in technology, data and analytics, health care delivery, finance, and public policy that will advance the value of health care in the Commonwealth for years to come. Its membership spans the state's health care providers, health plans, life sciences organizations, industry associations and not-for-profits, state and federal health agencies, and healthcare technology and services organizations.
Director of Member Services
Massachusetts Health Data Consortium
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