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Hospitals Improve Financial Performance by Identifying Exceptions to Best Practices
Date:10/27/2009

ATLANTA, Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Craneware, Inc. (AIM: CRW.L), a leader in financial performance improvement solutions for U.S. healthcare, today announced a presentation at the Healthcare Financial Management Association's (HFMA) Revenue Cycle Strategies Conference scheduled for November 5-7 in Chicago, IL. The session will be led by an industry expert with more than 30 years experience - Director of Revenue Integrity, Wendi Accardi of Advocate Health Care, the largest fully integrated healthcare delivery system in Illinois, comprised of nine hospitals. Craneware Business Solutions Group Vice President Kelley Blair, MA, who has helped optimize business processes for leading healthcare organizations across the U.S., will co-present with Accardi on best practices for charge management, highlighting the benefits of managing by exception for greater accuracy, efficiency, compliance, accountability and optimized returns.

The focus of the 2009 HFMA Revenue Cycle Strategies conference is real improvements to healthcare operations, including best practices and innovations in the revenue cycle, as well as tools for achieving strategic results.

Today's most efficient way to manage healthcare financial and operational performance - without getting mired in increasingly complex, continually evolving regulations - is to define best practices for the organization, then identify instances where actions are out of alignment with those best practices. These "exceptions" to the defined best processes, act as flags that alert management to where potential problems exist. The exceptions also point towards how those problems are best addressed before they become established patterns.

Managing by exception is regarded as the most effective healthcare management method today, and yet many organizations are still using labor-intensive, error-prone spreadsheets, and getting lost in administrative c
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