Closing the gap between expected and actual reimbursement

Topics: Revenue Cycle, Finance, Reimbursement


September 8, 2013  |  Payment Integrity Compass

Establishing Zero-Tolerance for Contract Discrepancies

The average hospital loses between 3% and 5% of its annual revenue to underpayments, denials, and suboptimal contract negotiations. As fee-for-service contracts continue to increase in complexity and risk-based contracting gains momentum, it's time to ensure you’re reimbursed accurately for the services you provide. Contracting expert Braden Decker shows you how to hold payers accountable.

For More Information

The Advisory Board’s Payment Integrity Compass helps hospitals optimize contract revenue for increasingly complex fee-for-service contracts and craft high yield risk-based contracts. For a closer look at how we can help your organization navigate reform-related reimbursement challenges, please contact Graham George at georgeg@advisory.com.

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