Yesterday we held our webinar The Next Generation of Transactional Documents. If you couldn't make it to the webinar, you missed out an interesting presentation that explains exactly how the partnership between Etactics and LBSi is guided effort to successfully implement an ERP that allows both parties to enjoy access to XML data from a platform that provides direct integration into Etactics’ document composition and delivery platform, or, as we call it, ADoCS.
It's no secret that there is a world-wide decline in transaction mail that is caused by the adoption of electronic delivery. This trend has been happening for almost ten years now. In fact, six years ago, in 2012, households were already paid more transactional documents electronically than by mail. Currently, 56% of all bills are paid electronically due in part by the rise of Gen X and Millenial generations.
If you missed yesterday's webinar, Implementing Today's Best Practices for Policy Management, as always we've got you covered. This was the last episode in our three-part Building Towards Successful Policy Management webinar series that started back in April and we completely changed up the format to a Q/A session with the professionals over at IntraVires Health Compliance Consultants.
So far in our Building Towards Successful Policy Management webinar series we've laid the foundation by covering topics like what the responsibilities of management should be and how a successful policy process looks. We've also detailed the steps involved in implementing a policy management process by discussing how to plan your policy manual and establishing a team charter. So what's next?
For the second episode of our three-part series, Building Towards Successful Policy Management, IntraVires Health Compliance Consultants and Etactics' Product Manager, Cole Schlafer, walked you through how to properly implement policies including defining a policy team, establishing a team charter, adopting points of parity, planning and organizing your policy manual, starting policy implementation, and steps for the future.
If you are a healthcare provider, it is almost inevitable that you will have to navigate through denials and payer audits. However, there are certain practices that can be implemented to better manage your denials, improve your claim quality, help you manage and track the challenges of audits, and reduce the overall chances of an audit and manage those you must undergo. If you don't know these best practices already, how could you?
Presenting episode two in our Building Towards Successful Policy Management webinar series - "Steps for Rolling Out a Policy Management Process". Now that we've appropriately established the foundation of a comprehensive policy management strategy for your organization, the second step toward comprehensive policy management is to begin the implementation process.