From: Becker's Revenue Cycle Management Report <>
Subject: 8 hospitals with strong finances | Sacramento County will pay UC Davis Health $98M to settle reimbursement dispute | 13 hospitals join CMS' rural hospital payment program | Banner Health's net income nearly triples
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November 22, 2017

1. Sacramento County agrees to pay UC Davis Health $98M to settle reimbursement dispute   Full story

2. 8 hospitals with strong finances  Full story

3. RCM tip of the day: Review claims midcycle and before sending to payer   Full story

4. Hospital and health system readers: Complete our 2017 Consumer Telehealth Benchmark Survey for complimentary registration to Becker's Hospital Review 9th Annual Meeting in April.

5. Banner Health's net income nearly triples  Full story

6. The 30 hospitals participating in CMS' rural hospital payment program   Full story

7. Whitepaper: Best Practices for an EHR Go-Live
8. United Medical Center fires CMO who criticized hospital consultants   Full story

9. Oregon health system seeks to eliminate 100 jobs, cut workers' pay to avoid shortfall  Full story

10. 25 largest gifts from individuals to healthcare organizations in 2017   Full story

11. IRS Targets 501(r) Noncompliance: Is your Hospital's Tax-Exempt Status at Risk?  Learn more

12. CMS says most states will deplete CHIP funding by March: 4 things to know   Full story

13. 12 hospital CFOs in the headlines  Full story

14. 7 clinical pillars providers need to thrive under a total joint arthroplasty bundled model   Full story

15. CMS releases Medicare Part A, B rates: 4 things to know  
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