Plumas District Hospital switches from paper-based system to clinically driven revenue cycle
Neshoba General leveraged Cerner Revenue Cycle Surveillance tooling to work through a variety of key performance indicator (KPI) improvement recommendations surrounding payment posting and denials management.
When the COVID-19 pandemic landed in the U.S., and health system leaders’ financial concerns increased, Macon Community Hospital (MCH) chose not only to switch revenue cycle solutions in the middle of it but chose to do it virtually.
Leaders at Clara Barton Hospital & Clinics in Hoisington, Kansas, recognize the role of revenue cycle stability in the critical access hospital’s continued vitality.
After implementing Cerner Soarian Financials® in 2011, the health system began utilizing EMUE™ and health care extensibility platform (HEP) automation to save time and money, in turn helping support patients.
San Juan Regional Medical Center implemented Cerner Millennium® and Millennium Revenue Cycle™ across its acute and ambulatory venues
Using Cerner clinical and revenue cycle solutions to help improve charge capture, correct fragmented processes and educate providers, St. Joseph’s Health increased charges 19.7% from 2018 to 2019.
Through an optimization process at University of Missouri Health Care, the health system and Cerner worked together to standardize procedures, reducing costs by more than $55,000.
Following optimization, Shirley Ryan AbilityLab also went through an optimization of their 835 process as well.
Cerner Transition Services helped critical-access hospital decrease average A/R days, standard delay and ready-to-bill days following revenue cycle implementation.
When Midland Health leaders chose Cerner for its revenue cycle solutions, the health system saw improvement in financial metrics including discharged, not final billable days and accounts receivable.
After undertaking an initiative to improve their clean claim rate, staff at Goodall-Witcher Hospital Authority helped increase clean claims by 33.79 percent.
When Pagosa Springs Medical Center started using data from its EHR for the 340B pharmacy program, it saved nearly $43,000 each month. It also reduced time and allowed staff to spend less time on record keeping.
Working with Cerner ITWorks, Winona Health was able to decrease drug costs by 5.5 percent.