HealthLeaders Media February 1, 2023
Amanda Norris

Creating an effective revenue cycle auditing and monitoring plan may require help from multiple departments.

Revenue cycle leaders are paying closer attention to their auditing strategies as costs rise, denials pour in, and payers tighten their grips.

It’s not unusual for an organization’s auditing responsibilities to fall on the revenue integrity department, but when looking to expand efforts, who should be recruited to help and what would their role be?

The National Association of Healthcare Revenue Integrity recently answered this question in the Revenue Integrity Insider. Read below to see the association’s answer.

Answer: Compliance and privacy must collaborate with revenue cycle and revenue integrity professionals to establish a proactive auditing and monitoring plan each fiscal year.

This plan would...

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