Gloria Kupferman, AHA’s chief data strategy officer, describes a new benchmarking resource that gives AHA members access to aggregated, de-identified hospital data with standardized metrics on denials, reimbursement and claims processing, to use for analyzing operational and financial efficiency. Read the blog.

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