Can you afford to continuously rehire positions? The obvious answer is no, but the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows the average employee tenure lasts on average only 4.1 years. The cost of turnover can be felt beyond the financials. Company reputation, workplace morale, productivity and innovation all suffer when employee retention is low. For us,Continue reading “Best Practices for Increasing Employee Retention “
It takes an effective medical review team to keep up with the demands of combating healthcare fraud, waste and abuse (FWA). But how do you find, recruit, hire and retain the right people to fill those nuanced and niche roles? Set your team up for success The 2022 Fraud, Waste & Abuse Report from ThomsonContinue reading “How to Build an Effective Medical Review Team “
Filling vacant job roles with high-quality talent is a struggle in all industries—and public sector positions have heavy competition when it comes to candidate recruitment. Adding to the challenge is the complexity of hiring for roles that require expertise in detecting healthcare fraud, waste and abuse (FWA), such as medical reviewers, investigators or auditors. InContinue reading “Attracting Specialized Candidates to Public Sector Jobs “
Part 3 of our No Surprises Act blog series The No Surprises Act requires healthcare providers to be clear and transparent about their billing practices and what patients should expect to pay for medical treatment. The new law protects patients from balanced billing and other medical bills not expected at the time of treatment. ImpactedContinue reading “No Surprises Act: What Providers Need to Know”
Part 2 of our No Surprises Act series The HHS Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation released a report that shows nearly one in five patients with private insurance who go to the emergency room, have an elective surgery, or give birth in a hospital receive surprise bills. The average cost rangesContinue reading “Is your medical bill a violation of the No Surprises Act?”
Part One of our “No Surprises Act” blog series Navigating through the twists and turns of U.S. healthcare insurance is not easy – but with the enactment of the No Surprises Act, patients have protection from surprise medical bills. The $1.4 trillion Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 was signed into law on Dec. 27, 2020,Continue reading “How the No Surprises Act Protects Against Shocking Medical Bills”
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