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Executing on Source System Optimization and Change Management to Increase Revenue Cycle Effectiveness
​ There are a number of steps involved with increasing the effectiveness of your revenue cycle. First, the processes in place are assessed and recommendations are laid out to create a go-forward strategy. Then, an analysis of the data available occurs to provide transparency into your operations and implement the tools necessary to perform various levels of analysis. Finally, based on the insights surfaced from the analysis, the strategy is carried out to improve the revenue cycle. Executing on this s...
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