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April | Titan Stories
Titan Health to Exhibit at the ASCA Conference in Dallas
Come and visit us at Booth 929 on the expo floor!
April | Titan Stories
Titan presents ERISA - Finding the Hidden Gold in Your Revenue Cycle
We were proud to participate in the HFMA Webinar and share our knowledge of ERISA with participants. We will be sharing the recording soon - stay tuned!
February | Titan Stories
Titan Health to Speak at HFMA Hawaii Annual Conference on ERISA Solutions
We are proud to be sponsoring and speaking at the HFMA Hawaii Annual Conference running April 7 - 8 in Honolulu, Hawaii.
January | Titan Stories
Titan Health Sponsors AZ HFMA Annual Spring Conference in AZ
We are excited to attend and sponsor the upcoming HFMA Annual Spring Conference in Scottsdale AZ running March 21 - 22.
January | Titan Stories
Titan Health Selects Ben Tvedte as Vice President, Revenue Cycle Solutions and Operations.
Ben brings his perspective from over 15 years in the medical industry, including working with MediRevv and the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. He also served in the United States Army on active duty and was deployed to Iraq in 2003-04. In his role, Ben will lead the expansion into additional service offerings including coding services, staff augmentation, patient self pay and building comprehensive end to end solutions.
January | Titan Stories
Titan Health to Attend The HFMA Western Region Symposium "Tackling the Future of Healthcare"
Connect with us live and in-person on January 16-19 in Las Vegas.
November | Titan Stories
Titan Health sponsoring the HFMA Annual Conference "Reset Your True North'
Connect with us live and in-person on November 8-10 in Minneapolis.
October | Titan Stories
Titan Health sponsors the HFMA Region 9 Annual Conference
Connect with us at this live event in New Orleans.
September | Titan Stories
Titan Health to sponsor the HFMA AZ Fall Conference
"Get Back in the Game"
Connect with us at this virtual event running September 23-24, 2021.
June | Titan Stories
Titan auditors recover $2.3 million of lost revenue for multiple health systems by challenging auth-related denials
Several of our health system clients were experiencing a surge in authorization-related denials. Read more about how we helped them recover their revenue.
May 5, 2021 / Titan News
Titan Health to support the Texas State HFMA Conference on May 16-18, 2021
We look forward to seeing you there!
February 11, 2021 / Titan News
We are proud to support the AZ HFMA Revenue Cycle Roundup 2021
We were pleased to support this educational event, and foster the sharing of insights and resources.
December 18, 2020 / RevCycle Intelligence
Year in Review: Most Read Revenue Cycle Management Stories of 2020
From COVID-19 coding to caring for the uninsured, Revenue Cycle Intelligence looked back at the revenue cycle management stories that caught reader eyes in 2020.
November 24, 2020 / MedCity News
How to improve revenue cycle management: 5 tips:
Especially in a tough economic climate, healthcare facilities need more efficient ways to improve cash flow and remain stable by ensuring claims are accurately processed and quickly paid.
September 15, 2020 / Revcycle Intelligence
75% of health systems and large hospitals are considering permanent changes to revenue cycle management.
The survey of 587 chief financial officers and revenue cycle leaders at hospitals and health systems found that 75 percent of organizations will permanently change revenue cycle management due to COVID-19.The top way revenue cycle management operations will change? Remote work.
September 14, 2020 / Beckers ASC Review
Now that many ASCs are operating at or near their historical volumes, it’s time to prepare for future growth. Here's how.
In mid-March, hospitals across the country halted elective surgeries due to the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. While many ASCs did experience initial shock—volume across the nation dropped 80% between February and April—most ASCs have now rebounded to pre-pandemic activity.Although the dramatic drop in business created several financial challenges, it also gave ASC administrators time to pause and evaluate their business strategies.
August 19, 2020 / Titan News
Titan Health Management Solutions Selects Charlotte Jacobs as Vice President, Business Development
Charlotte has an extensive background across Healthcare Quality Improvement, Population Health, and Healthcare Finance. She is an expert in MIPS/MACRA, Accountable Care Organization (ACO) strategies, and Population Health. She has led strategic initiatives, customer service and business development for Primaris Healthcare, Cerner Incorporated, Santex Group (Accenture Division) and Kemin Industries. Charlotte will lead Titan’s efforts to expand into new territories and service offerings.
August 6, 2020 / Healthcare Finance
Doctor and hospital groups have created a road map for keeping essential surgeries during a COVID-19 surge.
The roadmap includes recommendations on community partnerships, PPE and distancing protocols, and prioritizing procedures. This will help ensure healthcare organizations, physicians and nurses remain prepared to meet the demands of caring for patients who need to undergo essential operations.
August 14, 2020 / Modern Healthcare
Improving care delivery will be slow without rethinking financial incentives.
A Q&A with John Snyder, Sanford Health Plan’s President covers Sanford Health Plan's work to support members dealing with COVID-19 and the future of value-based payment.
August 6, 2020 / Titan News
Titan Health Management Solutions Selects Nancy Wilson as Chief Information Security Officer.
Wilson brings over 25 years of proven IT experience, with an extensive background in building and maintaining information security and risk management programs in compliance-driven environments. She will continue to lead the company’s initiatives to build out Titan’s security platform and maintain the security protocols necessary for a regulated entity in the healthcare arena. Wilson will also continue Titan’s path towards achieving additional certifications.
July 17, 2020 / HFMA
Hospitals worry the latest Medicare transparency effort will increase costs.
Medicare aims to build on its pending requirement for hospitals to release negotiated charges, recently issuing proposed additional requirements. But hospitals have spelled out a range of concerns, including increased costs for them and for patients.
July 16, 2020 / Healthcare Finance News
Health system leaders attribute telehealth, communication and planning to financial recovery.
Executives spoke about navigating through the pandemic during the Healthcare Financial Management Association Digital Annual Conference. One of the key steps in recovery for these organizations was the implementation of telehealth.
July 13, 2020 / Beckers Hospital Review
Points of guidance from Northwell Health's President & CEO.
Northwell Health has been through an exceptional and unique experience, and has an unusual vantage point as they have witnessed what is going on in hospitals around the country. As the leader of the health system that cared for more COVID-19 patients than any other organization in the U.S., Michael Dowling, CEO & President of Northwell Health offers a few general points of guidance.
July 6, 2020 / HIT Consultant
How text payments can fit into a health system’s revenue cycle management and patient engagement strategies.
Contactless payments were on the rise even before COVID-19 hit. But now, health systems should see them as essential. Consumers are increasingly wary of touching a credit card terminal that others have used, a perfect conduit for spreading germs. For consumers, text payments serve as a convenient contactless way to pay, but there are other unique benefits when this method of payment is applied in a healthcare setting.
June 30, 2020 / The Hill
CMS releases data for COVID-19 hospitalization payments.
The report covers Medicare claims and encounter data for services rendered between January 1 and May 16, 2020. In that period, there were 81,227 total fee-for-service COVID-19 hospitalizations, according to CMS. The average Medicare payment per fee-for-service was $23,094.
June 29, 2020 / Harvard Business Review
How One Boston Hospital Built a Covid-19 Forecasting System
Among the most challenging aspects of the pandemic has been predicting its spread. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), built a forecasting model to help predicting the timing and magnitude of Covid-19 clinical demands for their hospital.
June 25, 2020 / The Hill
Texas Suspends Elective Surgeries in 4 Counties as COVID-19 Cases Surge
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) issued an executive order Thursday suspending elective surgeries in four counties where surging COVID-19 outbreaks threaten to overwhelm hospitals. The order takes effect Friday at midnight in Bexar, Dallas, Harris and Travis counties, which hold some of the state’s largest cities.
June 25, 2020 / Titan Health
5 Most Common Reasons for Health Plan Underpayments
In recent months, 84% of hospital finance leaders and 79% of leaders at large physician practices have confirmed they performed audits on the state of their digital transformation. They overwhelmingly agree that COVID-19 is creating a need to reduce spending, but few anticipate cutting their financial IT budgets in 2020.
June 16, 2020 / EMS1
Perspective: When cutting expenditures, be careful you don’t put your patients and agency at risk
In times of uncertainty, it is natural to look for the quickest and easiest ways to reduce spending. However, it is advisable to carefully examine where cuts will be made and any potential downstream impacts. Being cautious when cutting expenses could save a bundle on costly errors.
June 15, 2020 / Revenue Intelligence
Mending Payer Relations Smooths Revenue Cycle at Northwestern Med
Engaging in more productive conversations with payers helped Northwestern Medicine exceed net patient revenue goals and address its more pressing revenue cycle challenges, including COVID-19.
June 9, 2020 / HealthLeaders
3 Boots-On-The-Ground Revenue Cycle Strategies for a Second COVID-19 Surge
Health system leaders around the country can look to systems like Northwell Health in New York for guidance about how to best prepare their own revenue cycles for a possible second wave of COVID-19 cases as states ease restrictions and mass protests flood the streets.