February 2017. Harmony Healthcare has announced the formation of a new division, Harmony Consulting Solutions. Harmony Consulting Solutions (HCS) implements project management-based solutions for healthcare facilities, delivering specific and measurable value through improving the quality of patient care, revenue enhancements and cost savings. HCS will provide leadership in key areas including Revenue Cycle Management performance improvement, data analytics, clinical documentation improvement, reimbursement optimization, and TeleExpert services for coding and documentation. Click here to read the full articleMore
December 2016. Shanna and Christopher Brown established The Christopher and Shanna Brown Last Mile Scholarship to help US military veteran students in need of financial support in their last year of school when the G.I. Bill has usually expired.
November 30, 2016. Phil Myers and Jeff Atkinson are grateful to be home after lightning hit their plane’s wing while flying back from Nashville. You can clearly see the burned markings over the fuel pod. Christopher Brown, CEO of Harmony Healthcare, was very thankful and said “Our Harmony Employees are willing to pay the ultimate price for us!”
October 2016. Harmony Healthcare is proud to present our series of videos called “Take Five with Harmony Healthcare” where we interview subject matter experts on pertinent topics in healthcare and HCM (Human Capital Management). Are you ready for the next installment of ICD-10 regulations?More
October 2016. Harmony Healthcare is proud to be included among the seven companies listed by Becker’s Hospital Review that provide revenue cycle management staffing solutions specific to the healthcare industry. Click here to read the full articleMore
September 2016. Harmony Healthcare once again received recognition for their success with a number 5 ranking on the 2016 Florida Fast 100, a list compiled by Florida business journals each year. The top five ranking reflects an impressive two-year revenue growth of 421%. Click here to read the full articleMore
August 2016. Harmony’s own Lisa Knowles will speak at the OHIMA Fall CODING Seminar on November 4, 2016 in Columbus, Ohio.
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Like Them or Not- What Is Your Plan For Them?
Lisa Knowles, RHIT, CCS
Senior Consultant/Interim Director
Harmony Healthcare Solutions
This session will provide an overview and highlight the key Coding focused target areas in the OIG Workplan for 2017. Do you have your plan ready? The second half of the session will cover C-APC’s (Comprehensive Ambulatory Payment Classification’s), CMS changed the focus and payment structure with their introduction in CY 2015, added ten new C-APC’s last year (CY 2016) we will discuss and review what is planned for CY 2017.
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August 2016. Harmony Healthcare’s proven record of revenue growth was again recognized this year with a coveted spot on Inc. Magazine’s 2016 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America. For the second consecutive year Harmony Healthcare appears on the Inc. 5000 list, ranking number 418, with a three year sales growth of 922%. Click here to read the full articleMore
August 2016. Harmony Healthcare’s remarkable revenue growth has again earned the company a top spot on the Fast 50 list from the Tampa Bay Business Journal (TBBJ) for 2016. Harmony is proud to make second place on the list of highly competitive Tampa Bay area companies. This is the second consecutive year that the company has ranked in the top three on the list. Click here to read the full articleMore
April 2016. A number of children will have a better chance of success at school because they’ll be wearing new outfits provided by Clothes to Kids through a donation from Harmony Healthcare.
Harmony CEO Christopher Brown sponsored a table at the charity’s 2016 fundraising luncheon “Helping the Helpers” in March at the Coliseum in St. Petersburg, Florida.
The money raised will go to Clothes to Kids. The organization operates two stores with department store-like atmosphere where low-income or in-crisis kids are treated with respect and compassion. Each child gets to choose a free wardrobe of new or gently used clothes that includes shoes, socks, pants, shirts, underwear and a jacket.
Since the first CTK store opened in 2003, the charity has provided more than 115,000 wardrobes to school-age children in Pinellas County, Florida. The group expects to clothe some 12,000 children in 2016.
Brown is proud that Harmony Healthcare can help provide some of the outfits that will help give the children the confidence and self-esteem needed in their pursuit of academic success.