5 trends that will drive adoption of automation, data accessibility, and employee effectiveness
From combatting staffing shortages to accessing to structured data across systems, these are the actions healthcare organizations are taking in 2022 to level-set in the new normal. These top trends will drive adoption of automation, prioritize data in decision making, increase employee effectiveness and empower workforce virtualization.
Staff shortages are wreaking havoc on every industry, especially healthcare. Due to COVID, organizations have been forced to change the way they work. Achieving the needed efficiencies can be daunting for healthcare executives who manage large billing teams across multiple locations – especially remote staff.
Executives need transparency into workflows to ensure staff are not just productive, but also most effective in the use of their time. While billing teams can’t afford to lose an effective employee, they also can’t afford to keep one that is ineffective.
Today’s revenue cycle leaders must have access to the kind of structured data that empowers them to move from basic intelligence to effective intelligence— a model that enables users to execute tasks more effectively and enables managers to understand the effectiveness and bottom-line impact of each revenue cycle team member.
About Matt Seefeld
Matt Seefeld, Executive Vice President at MedEvolve, brings over 24 years of management consulting experience in the healthcare industry. He has extensive expertise in the assessment, design and implementation of process improvement programs and technology development across the entire revenue cycle. Matt began his career with Stockamp & Associates, Inc. and worked for both PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and Deloitte Consulting LLP in their healthcare and life sciences practice lines. In 2007, he developed a business intelligence solution and founded Interpoint Partners, LLC, where he served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2011, he sold his business to Streamline Health Solutions where he then served as Chief Strategist of Revenue Cycle followed by Senior Vice President of Solutions Strategy until 2014. Matt ran global sales for NantHealth and provided consulting services for healthcare technology and service businesses nationwide, prior to joining MedEvolve full-time.