20 healthcare organizations recognized for revenue cycle performance

Three integrated delivery systems, three health systems, seven individual hospitals, one critical access hospital and six physician practices received the Healthcare Financial Management Association's 2019 MAP Award for high performance in revenue cycle.

The winners, announced May 21,  were awarded for excellence in meeting industry standard revenue cycle benchmarks, as well as implementing recommendations and best practices included in HFMA's Healthcare Dollars and Sense initiatives related to price transparency, patient financial communications and medical account resolution, Winners are also recognized for achievements in patient satisfaction.

"Consumers expect more from their financial experience in healthcare these days, and rightfully so," said HFMA President and CEO Joseph J. Fifer. "Our award winners have achieved excellence in revenue cycle by valuing patients in their role as healthcare consumers and shaping the financial experience accordingly."

Award winners include:

Integrated delivery systems: 
Geisinger Health System (Danville, Pa.) 
Baylor Scott & White Health (Dallas) 
Saint Francis Health System (Tulsa, Okla.) 

Health systems: 
OhioHealth (Columbus)
St. Elizabeth Healthcare (Edgewood, Ky.)
Mercy Health (Mason, Ohio) 

Individual hospitals: 
Christus St. Michael Hospital (Texarkana, Texas) 
Princeton Baptist Medical Center (Birmingham, Ala.) 
St. Luke's Hospital (Chesterfield, Mo.) 
Rochester (N.Y.) General Hospital 
Dignity Health Sequoia Hospital (Redwood City, Calif.) 
Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center (Portland, Ore.) 
Unity Hospital (Rochester, N.Y.) 

Critical access hospital: 
Henry County Health Center (Mount Pleasant, Iowa) 

Physician practices: 
ENT & Allergy Associates (Tarrytown, N.Y.) 
Privia Medical Group (Arlington, Va.) 
Genesis Medical Group (Zanesville, Ohio) 
St. Elizabeth Physicians (Crestview Hills, Ky.) 
St. Mary Physicians Group (Langhorne, Pa.) 

 

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