Change Healthcare Acquires Credentialing Technology From Docufill, LLC

Change Healthcare Acquires Credentialing Technology From Docufill, LLC

  • November 20, 2017

Change Healthcare today announced the acquisition of dental provider credentialing software technology from Docufill, LLC. The cloud-based technology allows providers to use a single shared form across the organization to simplify the otherwise administratively complex and redundant credentialing process. Read the news release

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Blockchain Reaction

Blockchain Reaction

  • November 19, 2017

Blockchain technology is being embraced across a wide spectrum of businesses, The Nashville Post reports, including healthcare. The Post cites Change Healthcare’s rollout of its new blockchain solution, the “Intelligent Healthcare Network.” Read the article

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4 Thoughts On How Healthcare Organizations Can Eliminate Costs

4 Thoughts on How Healthcare Organizations Can Eliminate Costs

  • November 16, 2017

Becker's Hospital CFO Report notes that at the Becker’s CEO + CFO Roundtable in Chicago, three healthcare experts, including Change Healthcare Senior Business Adviser Ylone Xavier, presented a panel discussing ways that healthcare organizations can cut costs and still provide high quality service. Read the article

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Study: States Committed To Value-Based Payment Models

Study: States Committed to Value-Based Payment Models

  • November 15, 2017

Change Healthcare has issued a nationwide study showing that a majority of U.S. states are committed to value-based healthcare programs, with 23 of those states holding value-based mandates that payers or providers must achieve, AuntMinnie reports. Read the article

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Montana-Based Quality Improvement And Utilization Review Organization Expands Use Of InterQual Evidence-Based Criteria With Behavioral Health

Montana-Based Quality Improvement and Utilization Review Organization Expands Use of InterQual Evidence-Based Criteria With Behavioral Health

  • November 14, 2017

Mountain-Pacific Quality Health (Mountain-Pacific) has been a long-time user of InterQual® Criteria, including the Level of Care and Care Planning Criteria suites. Now, in a move to expand its offerings, the Montana-based organization has added InterQual Behavioral Health Criteria for Medicaid utilization reviews. For more than two decades, Mountain-Pacific clinicians have combined clinical knowledge and experience, documented clinical evidence, and utilized InterQual Criteria to make appropriate medical necessity and utilization decisions for hospital admissions. The addition of Behavioral Health will enable them to widen their offerings even further, as Mountain-Pacific uses InterQual inpatient behavioral health criteria for the utilization review…

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