Denials, Denials, and more Denials—When are they going to STOP!!!
In this issue of …This Week in HealthCare, we will discuss the synergy and ramifications of healthcare claim denials in all their glory and the ever revolving door through which they flow. Being mindful of their existence, we will search for solutions, opportunities and processes that bring them forward and upfront to the healthcare environment...
3D Printing – Opportunities and Challenges for Healthcare
In this issue of …This Week in HealthCare, we will discuss the ever evolving opportunities and responsibilities that 3D Printing has brought to all industries, but in particular, to the healthcare environment. We will also pinpoint some of the challenges that this type of technology has brought to the working and innovative governing bodies, drawing both positive and negative conjecture opinion...
Social Media and the Positive and Negative Impact on Healthcare
In this issue of …This Week in HealthCare, we will discuss the implications of utilizing Social Media within the framework of today’s healthcare environment. This week’s newsletter will also bring attention to the positive as well as negative impact social media has brought in a time of pandemic issues and going forward. We dedicate this newsletter to all the professional healthcare individuals who bring invaluable compassion and skill sets to the individuals who may need it the most...
Veterans Administration and Healthcare Management – Marching Forward
In this issue of …This Week in HealthCare, we draw our attention and our heartfelt thanks and admiration for all our military service individuals around the globe. Just like the rest of our population, United States Veterans who have served in peace and war come home to in some cases, a disconnected VA patient experience that has left a frailty and fragile environment for the individual patient, department and provider services...
Artificial Intelligence Applications Impacting Healthcare
As our knowledge and playbook for the Covid -19 pandemic requires almost daily updates in uncertain times, it has been a natural extension to incorporate all tools known to the healthcare environment in an attempt to conquer a most formidable enemy in the virus. One of these unprecedented tools used has been Artificial Intelligence, (AI)...
Do’s and Don’ts regarding Matching Patient Records across Providers
……This Week in HealthCare By Fred Binczewski | MHA email@example.com | Click Here to download this article (pdf). January 18, 2021 Do’s and Don’ts regarding Matching Patient Records across Providers In a previous edition of ….This Week in HealthCare, we discussed the mechanics and importance of the registration process as a [...]
4 Keys to Future Telehealth Sustainability
……This Week in HealthCare By Fred Binczewski | MHA firstname.lastname@example.org September 28, 2020 4 Keys to Future Telehealth Sustainability We have all found ourselves as students in the crash course presently for the pandemic Covid-19. Healthcare organizations small and large have in many cases had to refocus themselves into “on [...]
Patient Registration –Patient Access – Going Forward
……This Week in HealthCare By Fred Binczewski | MHA email@example.com September 7, 2020 Patient Registration –Patient Access – Going Forward I direct my question this week in particular to the healthcare industry and all its entities that in almost any circumstance requires the process of registering a patient, I find myself [...]
TeleHealth, Denials and Provider Sustainability
By Fred Binczewski MHA FredB@UpriseCG.com September 1, 2020 TeleHealth, Denials and Provider Sustainability As we have all moved cautiously through the past several months, the Covid-19 pandemic has changed and pushed the healthcare industry to new approaches and enhanced fluid gateways that now for many of us are the norm. [...]
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By Fred Binczewski MHA FredB@UpriseCG.com July 21, 2020 The Covid-19 pandemic that we have found ourselves in for the last several months has led to a host and myriad of extreme choices, measures and regulations worldwide in an effort to hopefully control and undermine this elicit force of many unknowns. [...]
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By Fred Binczewski MHA FredB@UpriseCG.com July 1, 2020 Just when you thought it was safe to go swimming again, California’s Governor Newsom brought back many closure guidelines and impactions for most of the counties in the state. San Diego County is one of the few where restrictions have been somewhat [...]
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Provides Cash Flow Relief for Medicare Part A Providers and Part B Suppliers
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Provides Cash Flow Relief for Medicare Part A Providers and Part B Suppliers CMS expanded its current Accelerated and Advance Payment Program to a broader group of Medicare Part A providers and Part B suppliers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program expansion [...]