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Welcome to the ZirMed Connections blog! This is your direct connection to the insight from ZirMed’s massive cloud-based network of more than 300,000 healthcare providers, millions of patients and billions of healthcare transactions. You’ll hear from ZirMed’s leaders on the hottest topics in the healthcare industry and the inside scoop on the latest technology projects and company updates.

ZirMed named #1 in end-to-end revenue cycle for large hospitals, recognized for innovation

If you’ve been following the news around ZirMed lately, you’ve probably seen that the past few months have been big ones for us. In case you missed it, here are three recent big highlights for us.

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Overcoming the Fear of Revenue Cycle Implementation

Fear. It’s a primordial part of the human experience. Our ancestors developed the capacity for fear when the world (believe it or not) was a much scarier place. It was fear that enabled them to recognize and avoid potential dangers, helping them..

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Put lost revenue from claim denials in the rearview mirror

Historically, healthcare providers have often treated claim denials the way many of us treat a speeding ticket. We may not be quite sure how much we were actually speeding—we may even disagree that we were speeding at all—but we figure it’s easier to..

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ICD-10 Updates are Coming—Are You Ready?

On October 1, 2016 the ICD-10 code freeze ends—which means that all the new and updated codes that have been hanging in limbo will go live all at once. This is the first major update to the code set (a full list of changes is located on the CMS website

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Denial Management: Moving Upstream in the Revenue Cycle

Managing denials continues to be a thorn in the side of just about every healthcare organization. Traditional approaches to denial management treat the symptom rather than the underlying causes – and the back-and-forth with payers can lead to..

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