Custom Epic Workqueue for AMC

Situation Prism has a longstanding partnership with a North Carolina-based academic medical center with $4.2 billion net revenue, over 36,000 staff members and 1,500 physician members. The 1,200+ bed system includes three hospitals, a private diagnostic clinic, university–affiliated physicians and community private diagnostic clinics. The system provides over 60,000 inpatient admissions and over 1.3 million… Read More

Revenue Cycle Optimization for Prestigious AMC

Situation Prism has a longstanding partnership with a North Carolina-based academic medical centerĀ  with $4.2 billion net revenue, over 36,000 staff members and 1,500 physician members. The 1,200+ bed system includes three hospitals, a private diagnostic clinic, university–affiliated physicians and community private diagnostic clinics. The system provides over 60,000 inpatient admissions and over 1.3 million… Read More

Comprehensive Clinical Documentation Improvement

Situation A safety net hospital system in New York State sought to elevate its clinical documentation improvement (CDI) program. The system, which has more than 500 inpatients beds and offers home health, long-term care and a multispecialty medical group, knew this would require an organization-wide transformation. The approach needed to be comprehensive, strategic and sustainable,… Read More

Revenue Cycle Optimization Exceeds High Target within 10 Months

Situation The 325-bed flagship hospital of a non-profit, community-directed health system that serves communities throughout northern and central Wisconsin, had strong operating margins, but leadership desired to accelerate revenue cycle performance through enhanced processes and efficiencies. Solution The hospital partnered with Prism to identify and implement revenue cycle improvements. Prism and representatives from Patient Access… Read More

Wisconsin Health System Integration

Situation A non-profit, community-directed Wisconsin health system included eight hospitals, outpatient clinics, post-acute care and high-quality affiliated physicians. Although one system, the entities mainly operated independently with limited interactions and cooperation between the facilities. The system recognized the need to offer high quality, well-coordinated and cost effective care to patients through improved system integration. Solution… Read More

System-Wide Clinical Documentation Improvement

Situation A non-profit, community-directed Wisconsin health system partnered with Prism to review its clinical documentation improvement (CDI) program. The system, which includes eight hospitals, outpatient clinics, post-acute care and high-quality affiliated physicians, identified opportunities to more accurately reflect the severity of illness and risk of mortality and increase compliant payer reimbursement for the inpatient population…. Read More