Occasionally, I will get an email or a phone call from a VP of Revenue Cycle or a hospital CBO Manager asking me to help them find their state’s workers’ compensation fee schedule. I do my best to point them in the right direction, but more often than not I will try and better understand what their underlying question about work comp really is, as it is frequently NOT found in the fee schedule. That said, fee schedules are a good starting point for hospitals eager to learn more about their expected work comp reimbursement.
Topics: Workers' Comp Billing, Workers' Compensation Reimbursement, Healthcare financial challenges, Revenue Cycle Management, Work Comp Strategy, electronic filing, WC reimbursement,, cash acceleration
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Topics: Workers' Comp Billing, Tennessee Workers' Compensation, EnableComp History, Core Values, Company culture, Complete Holdings Group, Best Practices, WC reimbursement,, business growth, Ecstatic Clients
Along with ringing in the New Year, many people resolve to make lifestyle changes (or resolutions) to accomplish certain goals and make it great. There is no reason why Revenue Cycle executives shouldn’t use this time to re-examine their business line strategies. Workers’ Comp (WC) claims are notoriously difficult to manage for several key reasons. As you look at your complex claims goals for 2018, here are a few subjects to consider.