Healthcare Providers Improve Revenue Cycle, Clinical and Operational Performance… – Press Release

RICHARDSON, Texas, March 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — MedeAnalytics, a healthcare analytics software-as-a-service (Saas) leader enabling financial, clinical and operational analytics for healthcare providers and payers, today announced that several leading healthcare organizations have adopted its self-service analytics solutions to improve revenue cycle, clinical and operational performance with measurable value. Leading healthcare organizations including Wise Health System, Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU), and Ardent Health System continue to adopt MedeAnalytics as their platform and solutions of choice to help them improve revenue realization by enabling actionable insights into their revenue cycle operations, enhancing employee productivity, and improving quality and outcomes.

At the 2022 HIMSS Global Conference and Exhibition in Orlando, Florida, MedeAnalytics will be showcasing its end-to-end revenue cycle management analytics capabilities, which have delivered measurable value to industry leaders in healthcare. In addition to stopping by the MedeAnalytics booth, attendees can attend three lightning sessions delivered by MedeAnalytics clients in the Value of Healthcare Pavilion theater, including:

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Wise Health System – Tuesday, March 15 at 11:45 a.m.

Wise Health System, a network of hospitals and clinics based in Decatur, Texas, enabled a holistic approach to revenue cycle management (RCM) and bridged both clinical and financial processes and outcomes with MedeAnalytics. With the MedeAnalytics portfolio of RCM and value based performance management (VBPM) solutions, Wise Health System saw unspecified code usage drop by 19%, improved their appeal success rates by 36.6%, their Case Mix Index (CMI) by 34.7%, and their CC/MCC capture rates by 129.2%.

They also bridged their…