Making the transition to value-based care can cause healthcare reimbursements to shift and puts the financial health of your organization at risk. So McKesson Business Performance Services developed a webinar strictly focused on providing health system leaders with ways to improve your revenue cycle from end-to-end and help your organization’s bottom line.

Infographic - Five Signs its Time to Outsource Your Revenue Cycle

This webinar, in partnership with the Healthcare Financial Management Association titled, 5 Signs It's Time to Outsource Your Revenue Cycle: Key Focus Areas to Improve Your Organization's Financial Health, provided attendees with trends in value-based care and how the revenue cycle can play a key role, the five challenges healthcare organizations face today, and ways to determine if your current revenue cycle strategy measures up to industry revenue cycle benchmarks.

The webinar also addressed how an integrated revenue cycle management strategy – with patient-centric billing practices at its core – can reduce costs, increase revenue, mitigate risk and improve the overall patient experience.

During the webinar, attendees were polled on specific revenue cycle areas. Their responses are shown in the infographic here. See how you stack up to your health system revenue cycle management peers.

Know your strengths

When considering ways to improve your revenue cycle, do what you do well and work with an experienced partner to help you do the rest. McKesson Business Performance Services provides revenue cycle management services to more than 30,000 physicians and other providers annually across multiple specialties in the US. We are ready to work with your team, too.

Kamron Lachney

About the author

Kamron Lachney serves as the vice president of Hospital Operations for McKesson. He is currently responsible for acute related revenue cycle management which includes coding, revenue integrity, systems management, billing, follow-up and denials. Lachney also possess an Epic Certification and has been deeply involved in many Epic implementations startups, integrations and turnaround projects. He has over 15 years of experience in both acute and post-acute settings at four of the largest and most prominent systems in the nation which include Memorial Hermann Health System in Houston, TX, Ochsner Health in New Orleans, LA, Kaiser Permanente, Mid-Atlantic Region and WellStar Health System in Atlanta, GA.  Lachney is a task oriented, innovative, articulate thinker that is results driven and leads by using his emotional intelligence and servant leader approach.