The healthcare revenue cycle is no stranger to staffing challenges, from turnover to razor-thin margins. But the pandemic has both created new challenges and exacerbated existing ones.
Without a properly-functioning revenue cycle, healthcare organizations fail to collect the money they need and the patient experience suffers.

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