49th International Nursing and Primary Healthcare Congress

February 25-26, 2019 | Australia

Following the Overwhelming success of our previous conferences, we are delighted to announce International Nursing and Primary Healthcare Congress held during February 25-26, 2019 at Sydney, Australia. The main theme of our conference is "Novel strategies and exploring the new horizons in Nursing and Healthcare" This year conference will focus on: Transforming Lives through Nursing Education, Transforming Lives by using technology, Transforming Lives through quality Clinical care, Understanding lived experience to transform lives, The role of Nursing research to transform lives, Nursing’s governance and management practices that transform lives.

Spotlight

It’s a dilemma that challenges hospitals, physician practices, labs, and durable medical-equipment companies (DMEs) every day: How do you determine if a patient presenting as self-pay or charity care has undisclosed insurance coverage, without compromising compliance requirements? The liability of self-pay accounts is a growing problem, with providers incurring billions of dollars in losses each year. An American Hospital Association report shows hospitals provided $35.7 billion in uncompensated care (including bad debt and charity care) in 2015 alone. Providers need an aggressive-yet-compliant method for identifying sources of reimbursement in a timely manner, before filing deadlines, and before the only option left for recouping payment is to engage collection agencies a last-ditch strategy with traditionally low returns.


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Spotlight

It’s a dilemma that challenges hospitals, physician practices, labs, and durable medical-equipment companies (DMEs) every day: How do you determine if a patient presenting as self-pay or charity care has undisclosed insurance coverage, without compromising compliance requirements? The liability of self-pay accounts is a growing problem, with providers incurring billions of dollars in losses each year. An American Hospital Association report shows hospitals provided $35.7 billion in uncompensated care (including bad debt and charity care) in 2015 alone. Providers need an aggressive-yet-compliant method for identifying sources of reimbursement in a timely manner, before filing deadlines, and before the only option left for recouping payment is to engage collection agencies a last-ditch strategy with traditionally low returns.

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