Compliance and Revenue Cycle

Collecting medical debt effectively is hard enough, but ensuring compliance adds another critical requirement to the process. Not only does noncompliance threaten a facility with liability, but its positive reputation in the marketplace can also be undermined.

Staying in compliance requires a deep understanding and experience with a myriad of federal and state laws, as well as credit reporting agency regulations governing how data can be furnished that might affect a patient’s credit score.

Because few hospitals and health systems have the specific expertise to address the collections process, they often turn to revenue cycle vendors to help. This e-book will cover:

  • Compliance challenges in today’s healthcare market.
  • What you should know about key federal, state and industry regulations governing the collection of medical debt. 
  • How to adequately evaluate your revenue cycle partner’s culture of compliance.

Fill out the form below to download our compliance e-book.

Collecting medical debt effectively is hard enough, but ensuring compliance adds another critical requirement to the process. Not only does noncompliance threaten a facility with liability, but its positive reputation in the marketplace can also be undermined.

Staying in compliance requires a deep understanding and experience with a myriad of federal and state laws, as well as credit reporting agency regulations governing how data can be furnished that might affect a patient’s credit score.

Because few hospitals and health systems have the specific expertise to address the collections process, they often turn to revenue cycle vendors to help. This e-book will cover:

  • Compliance challenges in today’s healthcare market.
  • Five key elements to build a successful culture of compliance.
  • How to adequately evaluate your revenue cycle partner’s culture of compliance.

Fill out the form below to download our compliance e-book.