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There is a shift happening in the health care revenue cycle, and it is your patients who are taking on more financial responsibility. Due to the utilization of high deductible and copay health insurance plans, patient payments are now accounting for about 30 percent of healthcare revenue on the back end. With so much financial […]
Have you ever noticed your mood change from season to season? Can the climate outside your door really affect your mental health? The answer is yes and no. Studies have shown that while the actual temperature or weather outside may not have a direct effect on mood, exposure to sunlight most definitely does. There is […]
I’m sure that you can remember your parents telling you to finish your veggies before you get up from the dinner table. If you were anything like me, mushrooms were your arch nemesis. But would you be able to finish your mushrooms if you knew that they could enhance brain function, may protect against cancer, […]
It’s the kind of surprise nobody wants: staying on top of your medical expenses only to find you’ve accidentally used an out-of-network doctor and now face a huge bill. The situation is common enough to have a name: surprise medical billing. It happens most often when patients go to a hospital in their provider network where […]
The influenza disease has been notoriously bad this year, causing hospitals to set up temporary overflow units to handle the influx of patients, as well as many patient deaths. We listen to our doctors when they say we need a shot, vaccination, medication, etc. We don’t take much time to question filling that prescription or […]
Trying to get a claim paid for the service you provided, over and over again means there is an issue that is standing in your way. It’s a path with variables, on a road trip a flat-tire can slow your forward progress. Our industry must press forward with a cleaner path towards the recovery of […]
Back in 1987 or so, I was with a friend in Dallas, Texas attempting as best as I could to help him move residences. Aside from driving, I wasn’t entirely enthused about the task of moving heavy items around during the winter time, if ever. But as soon as we had a moment to sit […]
For about 25 years now, I have dedicated my career to learning and understanding the nuances of what is referred to the “Business Office”. We all know that the term remains in active conversations, but sometime in the mid 90’s, the term “ARM (Accounts Receivable Management)” evolved to “RCM (Revenue Cycle Management) “ morphing it […]
It’s not always easy to financially plan for a major emergency, which is why so many people incur medical debt. And taking too long to pay that debt can have a big impact on your credit. Medical debt is a little trickier than regular debt, and for that reason, it has become an issue for […]
We are always hearing that things are bad for us. Rarely do we hear that something considered a possible carcinogen by the World Health Organization (WHO) is being removed from the list. Over the past couple of years coffee drinkers have more reasons to rejoice over their morning, mid-day, and evening beverage. Coffee has been […]
GRANT & WEBER has developed effective third party practices for handling credit union late stage delinquent accounts that have yielded above average national results. In today’s difficult economy, our agency has made improvements to our collection methods, designed to provide more intelligent collection practices.
GRANT & WEBER is a nationwide Revenue Solutions and Receivables Management corporation which has proudly served our business partners since 1977. With over 35 years of experience, GRANT & WEBER has established a reputation as a leading authority in the healthcare industry for all revenue solution services.