Announcing New Whitepaper on Revenue Cycle Management Success Strategies

Four Principles to Help RCM Coding Teams Succeed

BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTSJanuary 7, 2020 – To assist revenue cycle and finance leaders in a continuously evolving industry facing unparalleled challenges and opportunities, Libman Education has released a whitepaper: “Does your Coding Team Deliver on your Promises To your Clients? Four Principles to Help your Coding Team Succeed.” Clinical documentation and coding are often cited as one of the areas of greatest revenue cycle opportunity. The whitepaper provides a road map for RCM organizations to carefully plan, evaluate and improve their coding function, providing an immediate impact on the value proposition they offer to clients.

The whitepaper asks RCM organizations to consider the following:

  • Are your coders meeting your exacting accuracy rates and productivity standards?
  • Having hired qualified coders, how do you ensure their skills stay sharp and up-to-date?
  • Are your coders fully versed in the rules that govern accurate and complete coding resulting in proper reimbursement?
  • Are your coders continuing to develop their skills and expand both their areas of competence and their value to your organization?

“All RCM organizations promise attractive levels of performance. Their clients, hospitals and provider groups, are left trying to decide which firm is best for them. RCM organizations can differentiate themselves from the competitive landscape by demonstrating their commitment to continuous improvement of their coding staff skills. To be a contender in the competitive RCM industry, it is not enough to offer a service; it must be a top performing service with a proven track record,” according to Stacy Swartz, RHIA, CCS, CPC, the whitepaper author.

For the free whitepaper “Does your Coding Team Deliver on your Promises To your Clients? Four Principles to Help your Coding Team Succeed,” visit


About the author
Stacy Swartz, RHIA, CCS, CPC has 25 years of experience in Health Information Management having worked all facets of the profession from coding to billing to Vice President of Operations. With expertise in both professional and facility service lines, she has served as an educator and consultant to over 2,000 coders and upwards of 400 physicians. Ms. Swartz’s coding experience includes both inpatient and outpatient services having worked with several of the largest Health Systems and Hospitals in the industry.

About Libman Education
For over a decade, Libman Education has been recognized as the trusted resource providing workforce ready training on Health Information Management and Medical Record Coding for individual HIM professionals and their employers. Libman Education offers a catalog of over 60 proprietary online training titles as well as courses written by other education providers carefully selected and curated to be the best. Over 12,000 individuals enroll annually in Libman Education’s WebinarPlus™ self-paced online courses written by leading industry experts. Our focus is on coding from beginner to advanced (ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, CPT), as well as coding credential prep (both AHIMA and AAPC), and other topics where in-depth specialized knowledge of relevant coding systems and their application is essential (Auditing, CDI, HIPAA, Reimbursement, Interventional Radiology & Cardiovascular Surgery, Long Term Acute Care, Skilled Nursing Facilities, and Pediatrics).

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Libman Education
Libman Education Inc. is a leading provider of training for the health care workforce offering self-paced and instructor-led online courses designed and developed by leading industry experts in Health Information Management (HIM) and Medical Record Coding. Our courses are specifically designed to improve individual skills and increase the efficiencies and competencies of health care providers and institutions. At Libman Education, we understand the needs and challenges of a well-trained workforce and offer the right-mix of online education to ensure that the health care professionals are prepared to meet the challenges of the changing workplace.

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