eBook

Hospital and Physician Practice Revenue Integrity:
Leveraging Predictive Analytics to Ensure Professional Revenue Integrity

In this ebook, learn how your organization can reduce missed revenue opportunities caused by charge capture leakage


7 Strategies to Drive Cash Flow Series Part 2

In this ebook, we’ll cover various strategies for understanding and staffing for your denials, automating denial and appeal management, and more!


7 Strategies to Drive Cash Flow Series Part 1

In this ebook, we’ll cover various strategies for slashing your denial rate such as catching claims that will be denied, zoning in on remits and EOBs and more!


Value Based Care, Predictive Analytics and Consumerism 3 Trends Impacting Revenue Cycle Management

Ric Sinclair, ZirMed’s VP Product, shares his insights on recent industry trends and how they are impacting RCM. Read the article and listen to the podcast!


Leveraging Predictive Analytics in Revenue Cycle Management

Paul Bradley, ZirMed’s Chief Data Scientist, shares his insights on the growing importance of predictive analytics in revenue cycle management


Stop Losing Revenue Through Improved Payer Contract Management

Learn how you can improve revenue & boost your bottom line through optimized payer contract management, contract modeling, & payment variance in this ebook


The Realities of Patient Payments

The switch to HDHPs has been as tough on patients as it has on providers. Learn how you can facilitate the switch in our ebook—The Realities of Patient Payments


RCM eBook

The point of managing your revenue cycle isn’t just to improve revenue and cash flow. It’s to do those things effectively by consistently following best practices— while spending as little time, money, and energy on them as possible.

After all, your primary mission as a practice or healthcare organization isn’t to collect and manage money. You aren’t a bank or a collection agency. Your mission is to provide quality healthcare to your patients, and your RCM activities are supposed to support that mission, not compete with it.

Remember, every unnecessary hour and dollar—and every needless worry and concern—your organization spends on RCM is money, time, and attention that could otherwise be spent on caring for your patients. To learn more about how to focus less on RCM while improving results download our eBook!