Author: edejager
Eric is our COO and has been involved with Databound since 2010. He is passionate about continuous learning and finding better solutions to hard problems. Eric is an avid sailor who loves sailing the Virgin Islands and the US East Coast.

How to Overcome Common EHR Interoperability Challenges

How to Overcome Common EHR Interoperability Challenges

You want to seamlessly share Electronic Health Record (EHR) information across your machines. An interoperable health IT environment makes this possible. But is it achievable? In this article we will discuss the complexity of EHR interoperability and how revenue cycle

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3 Ways Your Hospital Rev Cycle Staff Can Save Time with the EMUE Dashboard

3 Ways Your Hospital Rev Cycle Staff Can Save Time with the EMUE Dashboard

When Databound Healthcare Solutions’ users started to use EMUE more frequently, they spent more time managing scripts—an average of five hours per week. As a company focused on saving healthcare facilities time and money, we wanted to reduce time spent

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Introducing Kestrel: How to Simplify Revenue Collection in Healthcare

Introducing Kestrel: How to Simplify Revenue Collection in Healthcare

Your primary goal is to improve the health of your patients. But tracking down payments can interfere with this bigger mission and cost your hospital valuable time and resources. Databound Healthcare Solutions’ claims management service (code name: “Kestrel”) will help

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5 Ways To Provide Proactive Customer Service in Healthcare

5 Ways To Provide Proactive Customer Service in Healthcare

According to 2016 patient experience research conducted by Deloitte, creating a better patient experience at hospitals leads to a wide variety of positive outcomes—from a stronger financial performance to better utilization of hospital services. It is clearly advantageous to provide

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Customer Service in Healthcare: Why It Matters to Databound Healthcare Solutions

Customer Service in Healthcare: Why It Matters to Databound Healthcare Solutions

We’re sure you agree with this sentiment: patients first. The American College of Physicians (ACP) is committed to eliminating the adverse effects of administrative tasks in an effort to provide better patient care and customer service, evidenced in part by

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3 Ways To Enhance Patient Care in American Indian and Alaskan Native Communities

3 Ways To Enhance Patient Care in American Indian and Alaskan Native Communities

Indian Health Services (IHS) healthcare facilities experience unique issues in their quest to make high quality healthcare accessible to American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities. While financial well-being plagues the entire healthcare industry, AI/AN communities are disproportionately affected. Consider

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How One Hospital Saves 6,000 Hours Annually by Streamlining Processes

How One Hospital Saves 6,000 Hours Annually by Streamlining Processes

You get it: hospital revenue cycle workflows are complex. From filing claims to collecting payments, minor issues multiplied hundreds and thousands of times over can become major roadblocks. The more efficiently and effectively you can progress through the work cycle,

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How One Hospital Received $1.5 Million in Reimbursement in 3 Months

How One Hospital Received $1.5 Million in Reimbursement in 3 Months

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How can a hospital reduce its workload and get paid faster? Workflow automation. One specific automation solution is reCoverTM, a revenue recovery service developed by Databound Healthcare Solutions. This automation service locates third-party health care coverage—to which patients and hospitals

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3 Strategies to Reduce the Burden of Administrative Denials

3 Strategies to Reduce the Burden of Administrative Denials

Dealing with administrative denials is an expensive hassle. Denials are a persistent problem at every healthcare facility. In fact, according to a Yale Journal study, “Upon initial submission, healthcare claims are denied at a rate of approximately one in seven.”

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