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November Radiology eNewsletter

  1. 1. NOVEMBER 2012 Inside IN THIS ISSUE 1.1 {WEBINAR} 8 REVENUE CYCLE CONCERNS FOR RADIOLOGY GROUPS & HOW TO FIX THEM 8 Revenue Cycle Concerns for Radiology 1.2 HOW HURRICANE Groups & How to Fix Them {Webinar} SANDY IS AFFECTING RADIOLOGY An efficient and effective revenue cycle is the bloodline of a successful radiology 2.3 ELECTION 2012: WHAT’S group. Radiology groups should routinely AT STAKE FOR reevaluate the management of their revenue RADIOLOGY? cycle.  There is a huge correlation between your profitability and the management of 2.4 your revenue cycle. {EBOOK} 7 WAYS TO ENHANCE YOUR RADIOLOGY GROUP’S David Wold, CHBC, Chief Executive Officer, and David DSilva, Chief REVENUE CYCLE Operations Officer, at Healthcare Information Services, L.L.C., are offering this complimentary webinar for radiology groups to help them fix their revenue cycle concerns. Click here to reserve your spot today. How Hurricane Sandy Affected Radiologists Being ready for a disaster is extremely important, and in the past, healthcare facilities have sometimes overlooked disaster preparedness until it is too late. Pat Moore, CBCP FBCI, states, in F I R T Y HIMSS’ article Disaster Planning for Healthcare (855) RING-HIS Facilities, “We all know that no one suffers a disaster in isolation. Nowhere is 350 S. Northwest Highway this more obvious than when a disaster affects a health care facility, for it Suite 200 exists within and for the community in which it is based. Whether or not it is directly involved, in order to respond appropriately the health care facility Park Ridge, IL 60068 must know what is expected of it and what it can expect from the community.” Continue reading the full article here.HEALTHCARE INFORMATION SERVICES, L.L.C
  2. 2. NOVEMBER 2012 Election 2012: What’s at Stake for Radiology? The upcoming U.S. elections will significantly affect the practice of radiology, and radiologists need to understand whats at stake, according to an article published in the October issue of the Journal of the American College of Radiology. While the presidential race between President Barack Obama, and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, has attracted the lions share of attention, the congressional races under way also promise to have a major impact on how either man will be able to govern. And itsvital that radiologists get involved in the process, according to author Dr. Frank Lexa from theWharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Continue reading the full article here. Complimentary eBook: 7 Ways to Enhance Your Radiology Groups Revenue CycleEvery radiologist would prefer to be reading charts, than spendingtime thinking about their practice’s revenue cycle managementprocesses.Radiology practices whose billing processes are not optimizedwill be less financially healthy and profitable thantheir counterparts. In order to enhance your practice’s financialhealth and ensure its prosperity, then, you need to select the rightrevenue cycle management tools and practices.Effective revenue cycle management involves more than just reforming the billingprocess. The complexity of the revenue cycle means that, any practice that wants to engage inrevenue cycle management will need to address multiple challenges.  Download this resource now. Have Questions? We’re happy to help. Healthcare Information Services (HIS) (855) RING-HIS 350 S. Northwest Highway, Suite 200 Park Ridge, IL 60068 F I R T YHEALTHCARE INFORMATION SERVICES, L.L.C