Healthcare IT News January 13, 2022
Bill Siwicki

The Urban Indian Health Program increased monthly billing by 88% and collections by 75%.

Located in Missoula, Montana, All Nations Health Center is one of 41 Urban Indian Health Programs across the U.S. Founded more than 50 years ago, the clinics focused primarily on social services and limited behavioral health for their first 48 years.

However, in 2018, in order to achieve holistic, comprehensive wellness for the Missoula AIAN community, the provider organization added primary care services to its existing behavioral health as well as dental services, and attained federally qualified health center (FQHC) status.

THE PROBLEM

“At the start of 2019, we were on the search to replace our Indian Health Service (IHS) electronic health record system, Resource and...

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