Patient access is the cornerstone of a healthy revenue cycle. Unfortunately, inefficient processes, staffing shortages and fragmented technology are leaving revenue on the table for many organizations. During this program, panelists will discuss the importance of working better, smarter, and faster.
With health systems struggling to maintain margins, leaders cannot afford to miss opportunities to improve patient access and experiences. Learn how a consumer-centric digital front door strategy can help support better clinical outcomes, as well as patient satisfaction and financial performance.
Susan Ingebretsen, MSCIS, RHIA
Director, Health Information Management Services
Optum - Supporting John Muir Health
In this webinar, John Muir Health will discuss their middle revenue cycle transformation journey and how they are tackling these challenges head on. You’ll learn actionable strategies through real-world examples that can jump start your revenue cycle performance with “quick wins.”
Join us as we review national medical claims denial trends. Together, we’ll explore how you can help prevent and manage denials — from registration all the way through claims and appeals management — with a three-pronged approach.
In today's healthcare environment, with hospitals facing growing physician shortages, financial strain, and shrinking margins, the ability to optimize capacity using the resources you already have is more critical than ever. To achieve this, a proven approach is needed.
In a time of critical staffing shortages and financial challenges, hospitals need technology to improve efficiency, reduce staff burden and maximize revenue capture, all while giving patients the modern digital experience they expect. The answer? Digital self-service.
Under the No Surprises Act, healthcare providers and sites of care can no longer surprise patients with hidden charges for unexpected services. One of the main areas of concern surrounds reimbursements for your organization. Secure your reimbursements under the new law and register today!
In this webinar, Cheryl Sadro, chief financial officer for UC Davis Health, and Ashish Atreja, chief information, and digital health officer, for UC Davis Health, will discuss the patient/consumer experience as it relates to technology, finance, and payments.
On March 31, 2023, the Continuous Enrollment Requirement for Medicaid and CHIP patients will end, causing many patients to lose coverage and ultimately lead to more denials. Join us as we explore strategies for dealing with the influx of uninsured patients that will be caused by the great unwinding.
In recent years, the healthcare industry has changed dramatically. Organizations struggle with revenue and staffing shortages, while patients demand modern conveniences. The good news is a well-designed patient engagement strategy can use AI technology to address inefficiencies and delight patients.
In this hour-long webinar, we'll discuss how 5G has impacted healthcare delivery and shaped innovations like digital health and telehealth. We'll talk about what health systems are doing now with the technology, and how it will help the industry evolve.
Workforce related challenges in the healthcare industry reached a crescendo in 2022, as burnout and frustration led to extraordinary employee turnover rates. Conventional recruitment and retention programs must give way to contemporary tactics that enable healthcare organizations to move forward.
COVID-19, the Great Resignation, and thinning margins are causing tremendous change, leading hospitals and health systems to rethink the future of healthcare, culture, and the workforce. This webinar examines current challenges and fundamental shifts critical to creating a stronger workforce.
University of Michigan Health-West EVP and CDIO Joshua Wilda, discusses the importance of patient engagement technology that can flex to meet individual needs throughout the patient journey and offer a unified, personalized experience that advances equity, inclusion, and care quality.
Nearly every industry is revolutionizing how they think about caring for their employees and how to best differentiate with their customer experience, and while patient experience is often thought of as a nice to have in healthcare, the truth is, it is much more.
What can you do to drive better efficiency within your organization? One solution: leverage the latest advancements in artificial intelligence and technology. During this session, you will hear an expert discussion around improving efficiencies in healthcare and how AI-powered technology can help!
While nearly 50 million Americans are suffering from some type of mental illness, over half are not receiving treatment. And with a severe psychiatric shortage and a burnt-out workforce, we are seeing numerous issues. In this webinar, see benefits of virtual and automated behavioral health programs.
Quality measurement and risk adjustment program integration can have a significant impact on a health plan’s member satisfaction and retention rates, as well as provider engagement. In this webinar, panelists will explore how health plans can improve outcomes & efficiency through integration.
Whether you’re using print, or reaching the 56% of patients who prefer digital bills and statements, healthcare providers need to offer a variety of billing communication and payment options to serve a diverse patient audience. This panel discusses how to build a patient-friendly billing experience.
By now, healthcare organizations understand that if they want to keep patients satisfied, they must deliver cohesive, personalized experiences across all parts of the patient’s healthcare journey. In this webinar, learn how your organization can truly deliver a seamless experience for your patients.
Patients now have more options for care intensifying the need for healthcare organizations to offer digital conveniences and personalized patient experiences. In this webinar, join us for a conversation around key strategies that can create powerful patient and clinician experiences in virtual care.
With the great resignation due to burnout and the looming nursing shortage, the need to safeguard healthcare workers and ease the work of patient care has never been greater. This webinar explores how simplifying communication and workflow can provide a breadth of organizational benefits.
Hospitals are pressing to keep sensitive data safe and secure even as new threats and opportunities appear on an almost-daily basis. This virtual session will explore how health systems are using data while ensuring that it isn't hijacked or compromised.
As the burden of financial responsibility increasingly shifts onto patients, providers now have to work with multiple entities. In this webinar, panelists will discuss ways to streamline the revenue cycle through consolidation of payments and tailoring the experience to patients’ needs.
It is critical for clinicians to deliver quality interactions with patients, as it not only affects patient outcomes, but also an organization's reputation and reimbursement for services. This webinar will focus on the patient experience and why it creates moments of value between all parties.
Join women CEOs of hospitals and health systems in a conversation about preparing future leaders in healthcare. Learn about the panelists' career journeys, what set them up for success and what the future of healthcare leadership may look like.
During this webinar, panelists will discuss how healthcare organizations can identify and solve for the foundational issues that are damaging the patient financial experience, creating extra work for staff, and ultimately impeding their ability to collect.
The physician practice landscape is changing; leaving the autonomy of an independent practice for employment or acquisition doesn’t have to be your only choice. In this webinar, we’ll discuss how providers can better negotiate facility agreements by focusing on the full spectrum of strategic tools.