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Top 5 Blog Posts of 2022

As always, XIFIN’s Beyond Billing blog kept abreast of key issues and hot topics within the healthcare industry, staying especially in tune with legislative proposals that can potentially impact reimbursement and revenue.Here are the top blogs of 2022, with far-ranging topics that include PAMA and SALSA, the No Surprises Act, digital pathology, and revenue cycle management. 1. Laboratory Test...

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It’s Important to Know How Your LIS Stacks Up. Take This Survey to Find Out.

The laboratory information system (LIS) plays a vital role in diagnostics. The LIS is the workhorse of the lab and is vital to day-to-day workflow and functionality. This essential system supports operational efficiency, testing capacity, timely specimen reporting, analytics, and business reporting.Many labs continue to use homegrown or on-premise systems that do not take advantage of the many...

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Simplify Your Pathology Workflow Through Speech Recognition and LIS Integration

Physicians, pathologists, and laboratory technicians rely on laboratory information systems (LIS) to manage workloads and streamline the operational efficiency of the laboratory. However, they are often still tied to their keyboards when it comes to documenting sample descriptions, observations, test findings, and diagnoses. Thousands (or even millions) of data points can be recorded in and...

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Take a Long, Hard Look at Your LIS

Laboratory testing is always changing with new technologies and ever-expanding test menus that have complex requirements around reporting, authorizations, reimbursements, and specimen processing. All of these changes impact your laboratory information system (LIS). To thrive in this dynamic environment, you need an LIS that can keep up with industry changes, throughput requirements, user...

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Considerations When Selecting an LIS for Gynecologic Cytology and Molecular Testing

Laboratories leaders investigating LIS solutions for Gynecologic Cytology and Molecular testing need dynamic solutions that meet all productivity and efficiency goals and regulatory requirements. Other essential factors include cytotech reporting, automated quality control review and reporting, pathology oversight and reporting, Bethesda reporting guidelines, management reporting, lookback...

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How Real-Time Connectivity Can Drive Revenue, Reduce Cost, and Increase Client Satisfaction

In today’s healthcare environment, there is a lot of uncertainty about what revenue will look like in the face of declining reimbursement, increasing payor denials, and staffing shortages. At the same time, there are greater expectations on the workforce to comply with regulations and payor reimbursement requirements, which can differ by payor and state. Therefore, it is essential for healthcare...

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Pathology Laboratories Need Unique LIS Capabilities

Anatomic pathology laboratories receive multiple specimen types including pathology, IHC, molecular, next-gen sequencing, FLOW, cytogenetics, FISH, clinical trials, and specialty testing. This is why anatomic pathology laboratories require a sophisticated laboratory information system (LIS) with enhanced capabilities that can manage everything from routine to highly complex cases. The right...

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New CPT Digital Pathology Codes Help Make the Case for AI-Driven Digital Pathology Workflows

Updated August 2, 2022. The College of American Pathologists (CAP), working with the American Medical Association (AMA) CPT Editorial Panel, has successfully advocated for the inclusion of (13) new digital pathology add-on codes to be effective January 1, 2023. According to the CAP, these new digital pathology CPT codes will be “used to report additional clinical staff work and service...

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