1. Dollars and Sense: A Deep Dive into Revenue Cycle Management Recap Dr. Sapna Shah-Haque MD 6:00

Imagine being able to keep your healthcare practice financially sustainable while still serving the needs of your community. That's exactly what we're breaking down in today's recap of the last two podcast episodes. We're ripping off the bandaid and exposing the truth about revenue cycle management (RCM) in healthcare. A topic often overlooked, but it could be the key to preventing significant financial losses in your medical practice or hospital.

We'll probe the possibility of outsourcing billing to tackle unrecovered claims, and shed some light on why the medical community needs to strip the stigma around discussions of profit. After all, healthcare is a business, and to continue serving, it must be financially sustainable. Strap in as we demystify the intricacies of healthcare finance and its role in combating physician burnout.

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Sapna Shah-Haque Internal Medicine Physician

Dr. Sapna Shah-Haque, MD is a board certified Internal Medicine physician. She was born and raised in Kansas, and attended medical school at the University of Kansas [KU] School of Medicine. She completed her Internal Medicine residency at KU-Wichita as well. After experiencing burnout herself, and watching other physician colleagues burn out, it became a passion of hers to look into different aspects of burnout. While the system does need to change, as it is broken, this podcast is a way to reach physicians and possibly shed light on what is not an isolated situation.