Emdeon to demonstrate Revenue Cycle Solutions powered by the Emdeon Intelligent Healthcare Network at HFMA 2015 ANI
Emdeon, a provider of software-based solutions, network solutions and technology-enabled services that optimize communications, payments and analytics by leveraging its intelligent healthcare network platform, is focusing its presence at Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) ANI on demonstrating revenue cycle solutions for consumer payments, ICD-10 and 501(r) IRS regulations. Emdeon will be providing insights and recommendations to help healthcare providers navigate uncertainty around revenue cycle processes caused by continued regulatory changes and the impact of increasing patient responsibility in the healthcare industry.
During the conference, Emdeon will present Revenue Cycle Solutions powered by the Emdeon Intelligent Healthcare Network. Emdeon’s solutions are designed to help healthcare organizations manage emerging trends including the impact of increasing patient responsibility on collections, high patient deductibles, patient financing and end-to-end ICD-10 management. In addition, Emdeon’s Revenue Cycle Solutions assist providers in managing their total care continuum from initial patient encounter through final payment.
“With growing patient obligations and value-based models transforming the payment landscape, providers need a 360-degree approach to revenue cycle management,” said Stuart Hanson, SVP and general manager of consumer payment solutions for Emdeon. “During ANI, we will showcase Emdeon’s actionable innovation throughout the revenue cycle to accommodate the increasing shift to patients as the new payers. Likewise, we’ll be offering insight into healthcare industry changes and how providers can best maneuver to deliver bottom-line results.”
Emdeon will also hold an in-booth discussion on 501(r) IRS regulations led by Gwynne Mesimer, consulting director for HTMS, an Emdeon company. The discussion, titled “501(r): What hospitals need to know,” will be held at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, June 23. Mesimer will detail the 501(r) IRS regulations passed in December 2014, with special focus on the added complex requirements to the charitable hospital compliance process.