A/R Basics (Medicaid)

Accounts receivable, or A/R, are the charges that a healthcare organization is owed, but hasn’t yet received. If an organization isn’t collecting what it’s owed, it will have a difficult time maintaining its operation because of poor cash flow. This course will cover varying types of A/R and metrics used for A/R management.

  • Define accounts receivable and what it often indicates for a healthcare organization's financial health
  • Name the high-level steps that a typical patient account goes through
  • Identify the types of A/R
  • Associate A/R days metrics with their benefits and drawbacks
  • Identify characteristics of key considerations for A/R management

Additional Information

Advance Preparation: None

Prerequisites: None

Program level: Basic

Delivery Method: Self-study

CPE Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge


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