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Be sure to attend Healthcare Payments Innovations Conference July 30-31 in Cambridge, Massachusetts if you are looking for key facets of healthcare payments processing. The event is a showcase of innovative payment solutions that are being implemented or are near implementation by both payers and providers in partnership with leading financial and technology solution providers. Results-driven deployment of technologies, processes, and tools to drive revenue cycle improvements will be showcased.

Through panel discussions, case study presentations and interactive roundtables, attendees will learn best practices in emerging healthcare payments automation. Aaron Grandison, President of MediStreams, will participate on the panel “EOB Conversion to Electronic Data: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.”

The panel will discuss the major challenge for healthcare providers, and the critical obstacles to automating cash reconciliation and posting. Discussions will include how a properly deployed EOB conversion solution provides immediate tangible benefits and drives improvements in downstream processes such as denial management.

Attendees will learn key considerations in selecting an EOB solution, differentiating vendors, and best practices for deploying and managing a successful solution. The issue of onshore vs. offshore keying, and the pros and cons of outsourcing EOB conversion to a third-party and real-world case studies will be shared. Topics will include:

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On September 13th, 2012 Dr. James Binder, MD of Mountaineers for a National Health Plan led a discussion on the economics of a Single-Payer health care system at the Kanawha County Public Library’s Main Branch in Charleston, West Virginia. Here is some of that meeting interwoven with an interview I had with him prior to this. Mountaineers for a National Health Plan is the state affiliate of Physicians for a National Health Program. The organizations advocate for single-payer universal health care, not to be confused with the Affordable Care Act which advocates for market based private health insurers and expanding Medicaid. In West Virginia Medicaid reimbursement rates haven’t been raised in 8 years! Thus making the ACA not true health care reform. If it mandated states HAD to raise Medicaid rates a little each year REAL health care advocates could call it an improvement… other than that it’s more like an insult to the poor and disabled. You don’t raise rates and doctors stop taking your medical card and you have to drive all over hell’s acres for care that’s not reform.. that’s a nightmare! Find Mountaineers for a National Health Plan on Facebook at: www.facebook.com
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Michael F. Cannon of the Cato Institute and Glendale Physician Dr. Erick Novack discuss the issues surrounding state health insurance exchagnes.
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Health-care discussion draws more than 250
About 270 people gathered at the Nevada Theatre in Nevada City Monday for the “Mad as Hell Doctors” event, a discussion on single-payer health care coverage sponsored by the Nevada County chapter of Health Care for All-California.

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Marshall holds healthcare discussion with senate candidates
The candidates for the Senate seat left vacant by the death of Robert C. Byrd discussed their opinions on healthcare at Marshall University Thursday night.

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Remarks by the President in a Backyard Discussion on Health Care Reform and the Patient’s Bill of Rights
Falls Church, Virginia 11:59 A.M. EDT THE PRESIDENT:  Thank you, everybody.  Thank you.  Well, it is great to see you.  Thanks, all, for taking the time to be here.  I know it’s a little warm under the sun, so if anybody at some point wants to shift their chairs into the shade, I’m fine with that.  I won’t be insulted. I want to just make a couple of acknowledgments of people who are here …

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Rep. Dingell talks about health insurance reform on C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal” on Friday, March 5, 2010.

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Sen. Hatch Continues to Whine About Being Excluded From Health Care Reform Discussion visit: firedoglake.com

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Congressman Dennis Kucinich of Ohio announced on Wednesday he would switch his vote on the Democrat-led health care reform bill and support the legislation even though it does not create a public option. Kucinichs decision came two days after he spoke with President Obama aboard Air Force One on their way to a rally in his district. In a Democracy Now! exclusive we spend the hour with Kucinich and former presidential candidate Ralph Nader for an in-depth discussion on health care, the Obama administration, the Iraq war and more.

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Democracy Now! Thursday, March 18, 2010 Congressman Dennis Kucinich of Ohio announced on Wednesday he would switch his vote on the Democrat-led health care reform bill and support the legislation even though it does not create a public option. Kucinichs decision came two days after he spoke with President Obama aboard Air Force One on their way to a rally in his district. In a Democracy Now! exclusive we spend the hour with Kucinich and former presidential candidate Ralph Nader for an in-depth discussion on health care, the Obama administration, the Iraq war and more.

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