Resources

Whether you’re looking for a specific case study or just exploring, you’ll find all the resources you need on this page.

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North Atlantic Primary Care

Expanding practice uses Waystar to strengthen revenue cycle

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7 Steps to improving vendor performance

Great outsourcing relationships are built upon a foundation in data that all parties agree is accurate. Providers should establish common…

Fact Sheet

Propelling growth through partnership

Offer your clients the latest in revenue cycle technology to drive growth for your business.

Fact Sheet

Rapid quality adoption

When implementing a new solution, you need to consider downtime in submitting new claims, resources to dedicate to the transition, educating employees and potential return on your investment. Learn more about Waystar's dedication to improving the adoption process.

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Mercy Health

A $7M improvement in collections and the journey to get there through unified agency management.

White Paper

What keeps healthcare finance executives up at night?

And what are they planning to do about it?

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What do you have to lose (and gain)?

The True Cost of Lax Inventory Management with Outsourced Vendors: Cash, Cost, and Patient Trust

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Gwinnett Medical Center

Improved vendor performance leveraging predictive analytics to create an optimized insource/outsource program.

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Geisinger

As hospitals and health systems work to streamline operations and increase the impact of collections efforts in an increasingly challenging environment of patients, payers and regulations, transforming the performance of a provider’s outsourced vendors is more critical than ever.

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Apria Healthcare

Improves collections by over $6.5M

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Atrium Health

Atrium Health (formerly Carolinas), based in Charlotte, N.C., is the largest vertically integrated healthcare system in North and South Carolina and the largest non-profit hospital management company in America.

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BJC Healthcare

BJC HealthCare is one of the largest nonprofit health care organizations in the United States. With net revenues of $4.3 billion, BJC serves the health care needs of urban, suburban and rural communities in the St. Louis area and includes 15 hospitals.