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HFMA Daily Article – CMS warns a common hospital price transparency approach is noncompliant with new requirements

Dec 28, 2020 By Rich Daly, HFMA Senior Writer and editor   Many hospitals face the possibility of penalties for using a non-compliant approach to meet looming price transparency requirements, advocates and advisers say. New requirements for each hospital to post...

Leave Work at the Door – Even If You Can’t Leave the House

Havard Business Review is resharing some of their favorite tips from 2020.

HFMA Publishes Article on Hospital Finances and COVID-19

Rural hospital finances hit hard by looming threat of COVID-19 as leaders scramble to preserve cash.

Preparing for 2021

End-of-the-year tasks to cross off your list.

How to Lead in Times of Crisis

Communication is the key to easing employees’ fears

Human Error

What to do when you’ve made a mistake at work.

New Managers

You all provide opportunities for growth within your organization. In this article we will look at what a brand-new supervisor or manager might need to be successful in their new role.

In an optimal situation, you would have been able to provide them with training leading up to their new position, in those situations your company should be continually developing a training track to leadership. The intent of this training track is to allow employees who have an interest in leadership to take a few of the available classes and thus identify themselves as having leadership aspirations.


If you’ve been in this industry even for a brief period, you know that the only thing constant is change. While the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) generally dictate the direction of our business, decisions made in current court cases often drive changes. Keeping up with those changes can be overwhelming when it comes to the disclaimer language in our notices

Casual Conversation

How do we create an enjoyable atmosphere on the work floor when faced with different genders, different belief systems and different generations? Research indicates that the best places to work are those where team members get along well. Such teams are more productive and report greater job satisfaction.

Ideal Billing Cycle

Developing the Ideal Billing Cycle

In this 30 minute webinar, you will learn about best practices to improve your cash flow.

Improving Your Revenue Cycle During COVID-19 Webinar with Amy Canaday

Covid-19 has been and continues to be impactful to your revenue cycle. In this webinar, we share some practical information that can save you valuable time, improve efficiency, and protect your bottom line. This presentation is by Amy Canaday, CCI’s Director of Business Development.