Centralized Coding, Billing, and Revenue Maximization Project

Project Term: 24 months; Ended 2017
Grant Amount: $99,608

The goal of this project was to develop a sound administration and stable revenue base, which would allow the tribe to design and run effective, tribally-led health programs. During the course of the project, eight tribal health employees completed a coding course through Stone Child College, one patient registration clerk and two benefits coordinators were hired, three staff completed Indian Health Service third-party billing and account management training, and two staff members attended the National Indian Health Service patient registration. One year after the completion of the grant, the grantee reported an overall increase of third-party revenue of over $2 million (52.74%). 


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