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News outlets, which reported widely on the financial impacts of COVID-19, are now beginning to examine how Provider Relief Fund dollars are being allocated and used. As policymakers weigh future health care funding requests, they will want to know how funds were used and how they benefitted patient care and frontline workers. Labor unions will want to know how the infusion of cash affects furloughed workers or demands for hazard pay and paid sick leave. Is your organization ready to “have the talk” and demonstrate sound stewardship of taxpayer funds?

 
By: Kristy Lucero, Account Supervisor

Since the Unites States declared a national emergency over the coronavirus pandemic, numerous reports have shown a surge in internet activity. Social media and video streaming consumption are up, as are searches related to symptoms, treatment and government response to the pandemic. But with all this added time being spent online, have you considered what people are finding when they search your organization online? The results might surprise you.

 
 
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By: Philip Betbeze, Senior Advisor

AccuReg, a cloud-based health care software company that helps hospital clients improve revenue capture, improved its media share of voice among competitors from 3% to 51% in just one year. Learn how we helped them become an acknowledged leader in price transparency and revenue cycle innovation.

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Some employers have costly hospital bills during the pandemic while others are seeing drastic claims reductions. MagnaCare President Michelle Zettergren spoke with Crain’s New York Business about the broad-ranging cost of hospital stays for patients with COVID-19.
 
Congratulations to AccuReg Software for being named the top provider of patient access solutions in a survey by Black Book Market Research of 1,800 health care executives. Black Book rankings are based on performance in client experience, loyalty and satisfaction. .
During COVID-19, three UnityPoint Health hospitals used nasal high flow therapy to keep more than 70% of seriously ill coronavirus patients off ventilators. Medical director of UnityPoint Health pulmonary rehabilitation, Dr. Matthew Trump, spoke with HealthLeaders about the advantages of this alternative treatment option.
 
 
 
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