In the last 60 days the United States has experienced fundamental shifts in healthcare delivery and services due to the world health crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The current crisis has created a dynamic an unpredictable shift in healthcare services performed in the clinical support workforce. Revenue streams have been directly impacted by reduced or eliminated elective or non-emergency procedures and the reduced ability to collect patient balances.

Medical billing and revenue cycle resources have shifted from on-site to remote almost immediately, while medical billing departments have had to deal with available FTE hours being reduced by sick or family leave.   Additionally provider and practice resources previously available to medical billing team members, key for denial management and claim resolution functions, have become unavailable. All while a workforce that was previously operated and managed on site was forced to go remote without any preparation.

At present, a staggering fifth of the world’s population is under some form of lock-down due to the coronavirus pandemic. This means that a lot of people are now having to work from home who never have before, including medical billing staff. What is the best way to make sure that your now remote medical billing company is working as efficiently as possible?

We’re experts in medical billing and can help you manage your remote employees and keep operating as normal during these unprecedented times. As the demand on healthcare around the world increases, managing remote billing staff is a skill that you cannot afford to be without.

In this webinar we take a look at the most effective medical billing management strategies for you to utilize during these unprecedented times.

Listen in to our panel of experts as they discuss:

  • The situation and its impact on your Revenue Cycle
  • Mitigating the risk to your cash flow
  • Creating a response strategy
  • Developing and maintaining a response strategy
  • Tracking remote medical billing staff progress and preparing for the future

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