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The increasing frequency threat of cyberattacks impacted a significant number of healthcare facilities. These attacks complicated healthcare delivery by forcing many hospitals to redirect emergency services. As Veerendra Sheregar, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at GeBBS Healthcare Solutions, emphasizes, "Ransomware attacks targeting healthcare sectors more than doubled since 2020, exposing ...Read More
The healthcare industry is constantly evolving, and cancer registries play a crucial role in charting the course of cancer care, research, and forming policy. These registries hold important patient data such as demographics, tumor characteristics, treatments, and outcomes. Maintaining the integrity of this data is vital as it drives advancements ...Read More
In today's fast-paced and demanding healthcare industry, efficient revenue cycle management (RCM) is crucial for healthcare organizations to thrive. Manually coding data can be difficult and time-consuming, with a high risk of errors and limited resources. However, with the help of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), autonomous coding ...Read More
In the rapidly evolving healthcare landscape, revenue cycle management (RCM) has emerged as a foundation of operational efficiency and financial sustainability. Traditional methods of RCM are prone to human errors and can need help to keep pace with the demands of modern healthcare records and billing systems. Any error within ...Read More
It is estimated that 95% of healthcare providers purchase new technologies to improve productivity or reduce labor costs. Citing revenue cycle management (RCM), patient intake, clinical systems, and telehealth, providers invest in areas where these technologies benefit their practices, patients, and returns. Billing and collection services play a critical role ...Read More
Today’s healthcare landscape is full of exciting innovations transforming the industry. Inventions in robotics, data analytics, and artificial intelligence are also revolutionizing treatment protocols and patient interactions.Yet, with all the advancements come unprecedented complications and setbacks. Amid a dwindling healthcare workforce, increasing payer denials, and inflation, many healthcare organizations are ...Read More
With half of all Americans in some form of medical debt and an estimated 46 million who cannot afford quality healthcare, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) fill a vital societal gap. Their ability to provide community-based healthcare for all people, regardless of their ability to pay, ensures vulnerable populations get ...Read More