Health reform and the consumerization of healthcare have given rise to a growing self-pay patient population. But because of that, hospitals are struggling to figure out how to ensure payment once patients have been discharged. In an interview with Amanda Cancellieri, VP of Operations for Technology Enabled Solutions at Change Healthcare, you’ll learn how hospitals are addressing the problem of self-pay collections, including: • The rise of the self-pay patient population and healthcare consumerism • Why hospitals struggle to collect once patients leave their facilities, and how to solve that • The dramatic effect providers can achieve with up-front estimates,

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Change Healthcare and Aetna are collaborating on a bill paying system that helps Aetna’s members better understand and manage the charges on their medical bills. One result, reports ...

Change Healthcare recently observed the one-year anniversary of its formation as one of the largest, independent healthcare IT companies. In recognition of that milestone, Modern Healthcare sat ...

Change Healthcare will be front and center at the HIMSS18 conference in Las Vegas, demonstrating throughout the show how its ongoing investments in the key solution areas of revenue cycle ...

In a Healthcare Informatics feature, Jason Williams, VP of Business Strategy & Analytics at Change Healthcare, explains how hospitals should use analytics to identify and target ...