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  • Writer's pictureRYAN FERGUSON

Survey Finds 1/3 of US Hospitals Average Denial Rates Are in the ‘Danger Zone’ of >10%

Updated: Oct 20, 2023

Coding was the top concern at 32%. Additionally, 30% of respondents stated medical necessity for acute inpatient stays was their primary concern, while 20% focused on the front-end processes, and 18% focused on clinical validation denials. Insurance denials are easily avoidable if the correct processes are put in place. Complete provider documentation is an important step in this process. RemitOneTM allows providers to spend more time focused on patient interaction and quality care. The interaction between a patient and provider is key for patient satisfaction as well. The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) revealed in October that 76% of patients are disappointed, confused, and ultimately turn to the internet for medical information and recommendations. Moving towards genuine, patient-centered care with RemitOneTM gives back that natural question-and-answer dialogue, leading to more robust documentation that supports medical necessity and accurate coding. Are you looking to decrease denial rates while improving patient satisfaction? Contact our team at to find out how you can utilize RemitOneTM to improve clinical documentation, coding, compliance, and quality patient care. To see more about MCC and RemitOne, visit our documentary segment that aired on CNBC here:



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