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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 & Navicure Combo Empowers More Than 400K Healthcare Providers

September 14, 2017 | ZirMed

We are excited to announce that ZirMed is uniting with Navicure to become one company. We strongly believe we will be even better together and that the combination of our leading products and services will benefit clients and partners of both..

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Revenue Leakage in Hospitals and Health Systems: 10 Numbers You Absolutely Must Know

August 29, 2017 | ZirMed

It doesn’t matter if you’re big or small, urban or rural, for-profit or nonprofit – no hospital or healthcare system can afford revenue leakage.

You may know the most common sources of leaks; you may even know which ones are most likely to affect your..

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7 Tips for Stopping Revenue Leakage – A Quick Start Guide

Revenue leakage – defined in this case as the loss of reimbursement due to revenue cycle management (RCM) issues or inefficiencies – has long been an issue in healthcare. McKinsey & Company reports that today these inefficiencies consume 15 cents of..

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Knowing When It’s Time to Send Your Old Claims Management System Packing

“That’s the way we’ve always done it.” Who among us hasn’t heard that phrase at some point in our careers?  

It’s definitely a common refrain in business. Change can be difficult, which means it’s much easier to continue doing what you’ve always done,..

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Top Seven Reasons Ambulatory Practices Leak Revenue

August 08, 2017 | ZirMed

You may not be able to hear the slow drip, drip, drip of revenue leaking from your ambulatory practice – but chances are, it’s happening. Experts say revenue cycle inefficiencies eat up about 15 cents of every healthcare dollar[1] -- a number..

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