BHM Blog 2017-04-05T15:37:25+00:00

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AHCA Impact On Payers

The American Health Care Act (AHCA) made its debut. Not many people in government and healthcare industries expect quick passage of the AHCA in its initial form, but understanding the differences with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) sets a framework for how payers prepare for the final version. Fair to say, every organization must make adjustments and the pressures for building internal organization-level efficiencies increase.

AHCA Impact On Providers

The American Health Care Act (AHCA) made its debut. Not many people in government and healthcare industries expect quick passage of the AHCA in its initial form, but understanding the differences with the Affordable Care Act (ACA) sets a framework for how providers prepare for the final version. Fair to say, every organization must make adjustments and the pressures for building internal organization-level efficiencies increase.

4 Payer Success Cases vs Opioids

Payer Success Cases focus on tangible and continuous improvements. In January 2017, the healthcare industry saw the release of a white paper...

Payers’ Big Step For Easing Provider Tension

Easing provider tension begins building trust with payers. A little trust and understanding go a long way towards more efficient payer-provider relationships. One concrete effort, by payers, not only benefits both parties, but builds trust for the long-term.

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Necessary Evil? 5 Medical Necessity Criteria Issues To Overcome

In the 1970s, as part of the extended managed care infrastructure, new external institutions for supervision of medical necessity, appropriateness, and quality of care were formed. Even after these many decades of use, medical necessity criteria present five issues that still cause grief and need attention for MNC success.

Medical Director Turnover: Crisis? What Crisis?

Last week, our blog, "Stretching Medical Directors Too Far?" covered the new roles and responsibilities for chief medical officers and medical directors. FULL BLOG. Today's blog focuses on the financial impact and possible solutions for medical director turnover.

Stretching Medical Directors Too Far?

As healthcare continues to change, so do some of the roles within the industry, but no role has perhaps experienced a shift quite as significant as the Medical Director.  This position has taken on a dramatic evolutionary shift in responsibility and scope. The roles and responsibilities now require stretching medical director skills into contract negotiations, group dynamics, organizational development, team management, and many areas not covered in a traditional medical curricula.

Doing More With Less: Positive Cost Containment

Positive cost containment can begin with not paying for down time. Administrative resources dedicated to case and claim processing sit on your books as solid, steady expense while the processing pipeline swings dramatically. Paying overtime when backlogs occur will definitely impact the monthly administrative budgets. A number of other factors also contribute to these swings.

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