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Databound’s Inaugural “EMUE Hero”

Congratulations to Databound’s inaugural “EMUE Hero” award winner, John T. Mather Memorial Hospital. Members of the Revenue Cycle Management group at Mather received the award because their willingness to share their formulas for success with other facilities and with Cerner, and also because their own use of EMUE saves an estimated 10,000 FTE hours per year. Mather has embraced the use of EMUE to automate their processes and consistently shows measurable results that saves their hospital time and money.

In addition to Mather’s Revenue Cycle Management group recognition, individual EMUE Hero award winners are Andrew Ribeiro, Liz Pistone, and Steven Przybylinski.

Hundreds of hospitals depend on EMUE to significantly improve their interoperability, streamline work with shorter scripts, automate data entry, and improve initial payment of claims with new verification tools.

If you want to learn how to maximize your use of EMUE, contact Databound’s team of experts at or (877) 327-3683.

About the Author
Mike Burhans, MBA, CRCR - Relationship Manager Mike Burhans, MBA, CRCR - Relationship Manager

I’m the Relationship Manager with Databound Healthcare Solutions. In my role, I help people identify the technologies they can use to solve complex business issues or rise to new challenges and help them get the most from those solutions. I understand that working in the healthcare revenue cycle is challenging and the cost of failure is high. As such, I enjoy providing tools and guidance that makes success easier to achieve. Over the past three years, I’ve helped a handful of facilities implement insurance discovery and watched their reimbursement revenue grow by over $25,000,000 as a result.