Last month Panacea sponsored an HFMA educational webinar on “Developing a Pricing Strategy for the 2019 CMS Transparency Requirements.” The one-hour webinar was hosted by the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) and featured Panacea financial executives, Fred Stodolak, Executive Vice President and Mark Spehar, Senior VP Financial Services as presenters.
There are no upcoming events at this time.
The educational webinar will take a deep dive into what actions hospitals and health systems can take to prepare for the CMS pricing transparency requirements that are effective January 1, 2019.
Panacea will unveil its National CC/MCC Capture Rate and Case Mix Index Trend Study at the 2018 AHIMA annual conference in Miami September 22 through 26.
Hospitals have just a few months to ensure their prices are rational and defensible to meet the January 1, 2019 deadline. St. Paul, MN—August, 2018—Panacea, a leading provider of mid-revenue cycle management, innovative software and enterprise-level educational solutions announced today that despite industry push-back during the comment period, the CMS Final Rule requires hospitals to […]
Written By: Fred Stodolak, Executive Vice President, Mark Spehar, Senior Vice President, Financial Services, Henry Gutierrez, Vice President, Financial Services There is an increasing debate surrounding CMS FY2019 IPPS proposed rule, published April 24, that would require hospitals “to make public a list of their standard charges via the internet.” Discussions around this topic have […]
Lehi, Utah, May 15, 2018 – Panacea, a Career Step company and leading provider of revenue cycle management, smart software and enterprise-level educational solutions, is pleased to announce Insights, its new thought leadership and industry knowledge hub. This new platform offers unlimited access to industry-leading healthcare revenue cycle management information through a free subscription.
A large multi-institutional healthcare delivery system wanted to develop a charge capture program that would help all their hospitals ensure appropriate reimbursements. The solutions they considered didn’t cut it—until they found CLAIMSauditor.