Providers today are relying on their electronic health record to perform functionality that goes beyond its capability. They need an integrated system that adds meaning to the data, which is exactly what Cantata’s Enterprise Health Management Solution can do.
A clean, successful Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) process is critical to your organization’s fiscal health and opens the door to providing high quality services and a sustainable work environment. Healthcare revenue cycle is tightly woven into the patient journey, from scheduling the appointment to the remaining zero balance on their account. A solid RCM ensures timely revenue, steady collections, and financial viability, allowing organizations to direct more of their focus on care delivery. Cantata’s RCM solution can help organizations achieve this!
Dynamic healthcare organizations are constantly looking for ways to improve efficiency and better serve individuals. While many steps go into optimization, reviewing your care delivery process and selecting a technology to support it is a great place to begin. Every small step will help foster better engagement with your clients and a more productive and positive work environment for all. By taking the time to assess your current state and planning a realistic roadmap of desired changes, you can make headway and create an upward spiral of success.
Workers have been leaving the healthcare industry in droves over the past few years. Since February, 2020, hospital employment has decreased by nearly 94,000, including over 8,000 between August and September, 2021, alone. Another study predicted there will be a critical shortage of 3.2 million healthcare workers by 2026. Although the COVID-19 pandemic may have been the last straw for healthcare workers, long shifts, little time off, and hectic work environments were other driving forces behind the decision to quit.
In the rapidly evolving behavioral health industry, providers should ask themselves if their current technology, including their EHR, is adept enough to handle the rising caseload. As we slowly return to life pre-pandemic, providers must assess which methods to keep and which to abandon.