Three years back, if you had asked the team what Nordic does, most would have said we’re the largest Epic consulting firm on the planet or that we have “the best depth, breadth, and quality in the industry.” Our client partners knew that if they had a talent need, we were the go-to source.
Maybe it struck you as Labor Day hit–“It’s almost fall, and we haven’t accomplished all that we set out to do in 2016!” If that’s you, we want to move you a little closer to realizing your goals by pointing out a number of highly sought after skill sets that we’ll have available soon. Maybe that’s just the motivation you need to finish the year strong.
Beyond the obvious priority of improving the health of patients, you have a number of levers to push and pull when it comes to improving your revenue cycle. One of those levers involves better meeting patient demand with more availability from your providers. But how do you do that?
In this video, Director of Optimization Rick Shepardson continues the discussion on queueing theory as it relates to maximizing patient capcity at a healthcare organization. See how increasing capacity with referrals and patient retention affects your ability to provide care and produce positive outcomes. If you'd prefer to read, the transcript is below.
The deadline to adopt ICD-10 has officially passed, and the transition has had a major impact across your organization as everyone learns and adjusts to the new codes. So what's next? As you continue to see just how big ICD-10's impact is, now is a great opportunity to be proactive about any complications and inefficiencies it has caused.
Nordic Practice Director Lauren Griessmeyer recently sat down with a few Nordic experts for conversations on a variety of topics related to patient engagement. In this video, the first in a series with Nordic Director of Optimization Rick Shepardson, Rick and Lauren talk about how patients should be treated more as consumers and how that can benefit both the patient and the organization.
In our last episode, we looked at the first 24 hours of revenue cycle cutover. In this episode, we’re focused on the first seven days of cutover and, specifically, the importance of communication. Nordic consultants Nick Daar and TJ Smith continue the conversation with Josh Kalscheur.
We’re continuing our series on revenue cycle cutover and joined by Nordic consultants Nick Daar and TJ Smith.
We’re briefly interrupting our population health series to focus on some new revenue opportunities for Chronic Care Management. In today's show, we are joined by Rick Shepardson, Director of Optimization Solutions at Nordic.
We’re starting a new section of cutover planning this week. In this episode, we’re introducing Nordic consultants Nick Daar and TJ Smith as they discuss revenue cycle cutover.