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Essentials Brief: 2016 RCM Denial Management Study
Published June 28, 2016

 

HIMSS Analytics® has released its 2016 RCM Denial Management Essentials Brief, a study on the U.S. hospital denial management solutions market.

 WIth a focus on both quality of care and a healthy organizational bottom line, denial management for healthcare delivery organizations is a process that leads to cleaner submitted claims and fewer denials from payers. Gain actionable insights into the market for vendor-based solutions in this market.

Purchase this study to:

  • Access current RCM denial management solution adoption rates and plans to purchase
  • Understand vendor market share and mind share
  • Get reported statistics for RCM denial management solutions across the entire US hospital landscape

Highlights of the study include:

  • Current and planned adoption of RCM denial management solutions
  • Vendor market share, mind share and market opportunity in the RCM denial management solution category
  • Study respondents currently with RCM denial management solutions revealed high satisfaction with their vendor-based solution
  • While there is low adoption of RCM denial management solutions there is a large amount of green space in the category

MORE RESEARCH REPORTS

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