Got HIM reporting fatigue? As HIM roles continue to evolve, it’s becoming more and more important to track your most important HIM metrics, however many healthcare organizations struggle with presenting this data effectively. Our dashboard pulls information from disparate system reports and presents it in a clean, easy to understand manner that helps you improve HIM productivity.
Take your HIM program to the next level. Learn how our unique, effective approach is positively impacting leading healthcare systems right now. Contact e4 today to learn more.
Could you be doing more to mitigate future penalty risk and maximize your reimbursement? Learn how e4caster CDI KPI Reporting integrates disparate system reports to provide you with one central location to track metrics and analyze trends, saving you time and the organization money.
Take your CDI program to the next level. Learn how our unique, effective approach is positively impacting leading healthcare systems right now. Contact e4 today to learn more.
e4 has evolved following the transition to ICD-10-CM/PCS, and we have restructured our coding offerings to be more flexible and cost-efficient. Watch the video below to learn how we have adapted and hear what our clients are saying about our approach. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
View the entire 7 Part Series on Revenue Cycle Basics, brought to you by Lisa Tonkinson, e4 Sr. Consultant. These short education sessions document various aspects of the revenue cycle and how it impacts supply chain. The series details how disconnects between the charge master and item master can negatively affect charge services and revenue capture. This web series was produced by The Association for Healthcare Resource & Materials Management (AHRMM), the premier association for healthcare supply chain professionals. Learn more about AHRMM.
Once you view the series, consider how e4 may be able to help positively impact your revenue cycle. Our team of revenue cycle experts use innovative tools and methodologies to help our clients complete projects, optimize metrics, and adapt quickly to change. Learn more here and contact email@example.com.
AHRMM: 7 Part Series on Revenue Cycle Basics
Part 1: Components and Terminology 101
Part 2: Components and Terminology 201
Part 3: Methodologies
Part 4: Challenges with Charge Capture 101
Part 5: Challenges with Charge Capture 201
Part 6: Complexities of the Charge Capture Process
Part 7: Common Mistakes & Solutions of Charge Capture
e4’s Tara Rogers, BSN, RN, CCD recently presented “Reduction of Readmissions with Collaboration of Coding and CDI” at the PHIMA Annual Meeting. This session highlighted how a Hospital Readmission Reduction Program (HRRP) can positively impact the outcome of the hospital Readmission Adjustment Factor.
e4 recently exhibited at ACDIS in Las Vegas. Pictured Center: Darrell Gates; Left to Right: Gina Stewart, Chris Parfitt, Jon Gabster, Mike Weekley, and Tara Rogers.
e4 shared information about their innovative CDI solutions, including their LEAN-Engineered Playbook for CDI Optimization. To learn more, visit e4-services.com#services or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
e4 recently held our Annual Company Retreat in Niagara Falls, where time was spent team-building, training and learning how e4 can better serve our clients. Our team also spent time socializing and enjoying various activities, including an amazing team dinner overlooking Niagara Falls, which was lit up in e4 green!
At e4, we understand that happy employees mean happy customers. This Annual Company Retreat helps reaffirm our commitment to that philosophy, and our goal to create and maintain a company culture that fosters an innovative and fun spirit for our team. Click to learn more about e4’s culture, and see how we’ve grown over the years!
Congratulations to our e4 rock stars, who shined at the PHIMA Annual Meeting! Chris Parfitt (pictured above left) received the gavel this year as incoming PHIMA President for 2017-2018. Chris will pass the gavel to Margie Stackhouse (pictured above right) next year. Jill S Clark, MBA, RHIA, CHDA, FAHIMA (pictured above center) was elected to the AHIMA Board of Directors earlier this year, and also spoke at PHIMA. We couldn’t be more proud of our amazing team!
e4 was also busy at PHIMA sharing our our LEAN-Engineered approach to HIM helps us RAPIDLY identify gaps and waste, employing transparency and accountability to reduce costs, increase revenue realization and improve quality metrics. Learn more here.