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What is a Provider to You?

By Jarod Olds | July 06, 2016

In the modern world of healthcare, various definitions arise when it comes to the precise meaning of the ‘Provider’ – is it the actual physician interacting with patients on a face-to-face basis or is it the larger group/institution that ‘provides’ care to the public and...

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Inaccurate Physician Data Causes Multiple Downstream Problems

By Mark Yujuico | May 24, 2016

The data on one of the most important assets in the delivery of healthcare -- the provider -- is under managed. Consumers of provider data include all IT systems (EMR, credentialing, marketing), patients and payers. Poorly managed provider data delays revenue cycles, impacts...

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Surprisingly, new providers to a Health System can hurt revenue cycles

By Thomas White | January 30, 2015

Hospitals encounter anywhere from 5% to 15% "new" providers to their health system annually. New providers are either new to the area or their patient has travelled to or moved to the area. These are not credentialed providers but referring physicians. EMRs and revenue cycle...

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Data Siloes Abound

By Jarod Olds | September 16, 2014

Physician data exists all throughout the hospital environment. In fact the average healthcare facility has over 30 sets of physician data in various systems. However the problem is that this data is siloed in disparate data processing systems with each one being independent,...

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