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A comprehensive coding audit requires thoughtful preparation, including identifying its goals and scope, in order to achieve the desired results.
To have an impact on healthcare turnover, organizations should ensure that their managers are doing a good job and treating their direct reports fairly. In many cases, it’s true that people don’t leave companies as often as they leave managers.
Many people leave healthcare jobs because they dislike something about the position. Doing a better job with job previews and setting expectations is important during the hiring process.
Think about what you can do to clear meeting clutter. It not only saves some trees, but helps to make meetings, like those of a Credentials Committee, much more productive.
Providers across the healthcare continuum need to be certain they are compliant with all the regulations that apply to them as well as their individual clinicians.
Understanding the what, where, and why of coding audits provides a deeper understanding of what they are designed to do and the many benefits they offer to healthcare providers and systems.
HealthStream and HCCS, A HealthStream Company recently published numerous blog posts related to the healthcare continuum. We’ve collected and compiled links to them here.
As we celebrate Nurses Week 2019, take a look at the facility’s training and continuing education platforms to see what’s working, what’s not and what’s missing to help nurses and all caregivers do their best work.
The opportunity to improve compensation and benefits by going to a job elsewhere is a powerful motivator, creating a serious challenge for healthcare employee retention.
Understanding the risks inherent in sterile and nonsterile compounding and incorporating established standards into daily practice is essential for patient safety. Ensure staff is aware of the risks involved with this treatment option.
Understanding the risks inherent in sterile and nonsterile compounding and incorporating established standards into daily practice are essential for patient safety. Education and training are essential for anyone involved in compounding medication.
Because the United States has a predominantly service-based economy, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics also tells us that jobs in healthcare and social assistance are expected to drive a significant portion of the job growth during the near future.
As credentials verification matures, the CVO function will undoubtedly change. Electronic processing will accelerate, by necessity. What does that mean for changing how the CVO does things?
A team of content experts from HCCS, A HealthStream Company, recently attended the Health Care Compliance Association’s 2018 Enforcement Conference, where some sessions focused on the changing approach to CIAs.
Compliance jobs exist across many industries, but job duties and responsibilities for them are remarkably similar, regardless of where you work. . Here some of the typical positions representative of a healthcare compliance program.