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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Accurate Provider Data Is the Foundation for Good Referral Management

By Peter White | November 18, 2015

Referral management is becoming an increasingly important factor in the delivery of effective healthcare. Physicians encounter patients almost every day that require special treatment beyond their medical specialty. The success of a medical group or a hospital depends on good...

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The Differences between Phynd’s Unified Provider Management Platform and a Data Warehouse

By Blake Marable | August 25, 2015
There is a huge difference between a data warehouse like Informatica and Phynd’s Unified Provider Management (UPM) platform.
A data warehouse simply collects, stores and retains static information for use as it is needed. On the other hand, the Phynd UPM platform...
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There Are Solutions to Some Revenue Cycle Challenges

By Thomas White | August 19, 2015

Recently, our friends over at Sagacious Consultants identified six root causes to revenue cycle pains. One of the causes they wrote about is the challenge that ALL EMRs and financial systems lack a clearly defined strategy for managing provider-specific information, such as...

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Merger Mania

By Adrian Sanabria-Diaz | August 11, 2015

Merger mania is consuming the healthcare industry. We have seen the major insurance companies consolidate into four players, with the latest Anthem/Cigna merger being the largest financial transaction in healthcare history. Hospitals and physician groups are following suit....

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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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