Health systems and provider organizations have been experiencing a growing problem of clinician burnout. During this webinar, a clinician-led panel of industry experts will address the growing problem of clinician burnout and the strain placed on busy emergency departments due to COVID-19.
In 2021, revenue cycle leaders and their teams must stay laser-focused on collecting from what is rapidly becoming the largest payer and from whom it is the most difficult to collect: the patient. Join us on January 14 at 2:00 pm ET for an informative webinar where we will review the results!
Clinical workflows can miss the mark in prioritizing patient care, filled with administrative distractions and burdens that diminish value-added time and quality care. Join us as a team of experienced clinicians share their perspective and best practices!
Chuck Lewis, Executive Vice President, Chief Growth and Marketing Officer, Jefferson Health & Alison McDonough, Vice President, Client Development, Healthgrades
No longer does a “whack-a-mole” approach to patient acquisition and engagement make the cut (i.e., funding a doctor’s program that might not see tangible value). Join this virtual discussion with Jefferson Health’s Chief Growth and Marketing Officer to learn more!
Eric Burch, RN, BSN, MBA, FACHE, Principal at Vizient, Brian Esser, Associate Principal at Sg2, a Vizient company, Robert Dean, DO, MBA, Senior Vice President, Performance Management at Vizient, Mark Larson, Principal at Sg2 a Vizient company, and Brianna Motley, Associate Principal at Sg2, a Vizient company
In this free webinar series, the thought leaders at Vizient and provider thought leaders will work together through strategies for the rest of 2020 and beyond.
Deanna Parker, Hardin Memorial Hospital & Deron Bibb, Stepworks Recovery Center
First responders nationwide are reporting up to a 300% increase in opioid overdoses since social distancing practices began. In this webinar, you'll learn key strategies for getting ahead of the epidemic through proactive collaboration and improved follow-up.
What happens when post-acute facilities lack the capacity and capability to safely treat patients? This presentation will reveal proven strategies to address LOS while maintaining quality care, patient safety, and reducing readmissions.
Alexandra Levit, PeopleResult & Courtney Green, Kronos
In this must-see webinar, we'll address how the global healthcare workplace, organizations, and employees will evolve in the next 10 years, incorporating trends that have accelerated due to the COVID‐19 crisis.
Rob Melillo, & Ken Wojack - Managed Care Reinsurance, HM Insurance Group
Tailored to reinsurance brokers and health care entity leadership, this webinar will present attendees with a look at today’s market how to select the right carrier for the crucial managed care reinsurance protection needed to guard against the financial impact of high-dollar claims.
Emergency Departments are a critical setting for care within our communities, and they have to be prepared at all times. Making sure reimbursement is complete and accurate becomes increasing important, especially during a global crisis. Learn how to protect your revenue and reduce your risk.
Carey Officer, Operational VP, Center for Health Delivery Innovation at Nemours Children’s Health System, Lisa Williams, Director of Digital Engagement at Oregon Health & Science University, and Shane Johnston, VP of Integrated Marketing Strategy at Healthgrades
To retain current patients and grow their customer base, it’s time health systems move addressing the customer experience to the top of the priority list. Join this webinar to hear the perspectives from experts of OHSU, Nemours Children’s Health System, and Healthgrades.
Dr. Brian Patel, Chief of Emergency Medicine at Sturdy Memorial Hospital, and Deborah Jean Parsons, Ph.D. Director of Integrated Care at Aspire Health Alliance
Join this webinar as our speakers share their actionable—and proven—best practices for establishing and developing community partnerships to support patients struggling with complex comorbid physical, behavioral, mental, and SDOH challenges.
As costs increase, revenue streams dwindle, and elective surgeries continue to lag, it’s critical to accurately reflect the complete patient story and the care delivered. Join this webinar as we share strategies you can employ so you're optimizing revenue opportunities now and post-pandemic.
Sylette DeBois, DNP, MSN-Ed, RN, Founder and CEO, Nursing First and Dr. Sylette Enterprise
A high nurse turnover rate can be costly to healthcare organizations due to excessive training costs and overtime pay. Additionally, a high nurse turnover rate lowers morale of nurses and healthcare staff on the floor and contributes to burnout.
Dr. Craig Samitt, CEO BlueCrossMN, and Sorin Davis, SVP Industry Relations CAQH
COVID-19 is having a profound impact on the delivery of healthcare, but how is it affecting healthcare business strategies such as payment integrity initiatives while enhancing provider and member experiences?
Elizabeth W. Woodcock, MBA, FACMPE, CPC, Speaker, Author & Trainer at Woodcock & Associates
The COVID-19 pandemic brought unwelcome challenges overnight, leaving the healthcare industry foundering in a sea of change. The calm after the storm will offer a sea of opportunity. Join nationally recognized practice management expert Elizabeth Woodcock to plan now for this transition.
Peggy M. Sanborn, system senior vice president of strategic growth, partnerships, and joint ventures at CommonSpirit Health
In a matter of weeks, the coronavirus pandemic has bulldozed the landscape for healthcare providers and made it unrecognizable, raising questions about how care delivery will change in the aftermath. Will hospital consolidation trends continue?
Liz Whitworth, MPH, Managing Director at Oregon Health Leadership Council and HIT Commons, Enrique Enguidanos, MD, CEO and Practicing Emergency Physician at Community Based Care Solutions, Benjamin Zaniello, MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer and Infectious Disease Physician at Collective Medical, and Jen D'Angelo, Vice President and General Manager at New Jersey Innovation Institute.
Join us for a roundtable discussion and Q&A session around the lessons learned from COVID-19 and learn ways healthcare organizations are effectively adapting to meet the changing healthcare landscape.
At the same time as physicians and nurses are caring for a surging number of COVID-19 patients, they are tasked with evolving guidelines from the AHA and AHIMA on documenting and coding this new type of care. Join this webinar and ensure your facility is prepared for future success!
Amy M. Niehaus, Credentialing and Medical Staff Services Consultant
This webinar will provide a focused review of the CMS, TJC and NCQA credentialing requirements for ongoing monitoring along with implementation tips and leading practices that will enable your organization to achieve compliance.
Jessica Hatala, Senior Manager of Business Analytics, CAPD- CDI ROI, Nuance
Current CDI ROI measurement challenges revolve around how to calculate incremental improvement for mature programs. Organizations need to shift their ROI methodology to measure the benefit provided by Computer-Assisted Physician Documentation (CAPD) for each encounter.
Robert Budman, MD, CMIO at Nuance and Robin Friday, RN, MHA, CCS, CCDS, CDIP, AHIMA-Approved CDI Trainer, Director of the Clinical Content at Nuance
Learn the ways in which AI integrates in workflow to capture appropriate documentation at the point-of-care to guide providers on diagnoses that can automatically query, clarify, document in the medical record to facilitate coding, quality scoring, and accurate clinical communication.
William Jarvis, Managing Director, Bank of America
Join William Jarvis of Bank of America for an interactive discussion on how leading nonprofit healthcare organizations are responding to the reimbursement and business model changes that are taking place in the industry.
Elaine Dunn, Vice President of Revenue Integrity and Centralized Coding at Change Healthcare and Cindy Cain Director for Client Education, CDI and Audit Services at Change Healthcare
Compliance risks can occur at any point in the revenue cycle. The mid-revenue cycle is the point at which clinical documentation improvement, coding, charge capture, prebill reviews, and claims processing occurs. Join us for a detailed discussion of the opportunities for an optimal mid-revenue cycle
John Harvey, Executive Director, Oracle Industry Services
Where does your Supply Chain organization sit on the Supply Chain Continuum? Join this webinar to find out and gain insights on how providers are leveraging disruptive technologies to re-shape their Supply Chain and what this all means for an evolution in the healthcare industry.
Dr. David Mishkin, Medical Director, Care On Demand at Baptist Health South Florida, Georgina Gonzalez-Robiou, AVP Marketing + Communications at Baptist Health South Florida, and Danny “Elf” Elfenbein, Director, Consumer + Digital Solutions at Baptist Health South Florida
In this webinar, members of the Baptist Health team will detail how they have grown Baptist Health Care On Demand into a thriving virtual urgent care program and continue to open digital doors across many of their innovative service lines.
Matt Moore Executive Director of Product Management, Consumer Payment Solutions Change Healthcare
Eric Arnson Senior Vice President of Product Management, RCM Change Healthcare
Today, patient care extends beyond clinical conversations in the treatment room to financial conversations during scheduling or at the front desk. If your office is not prepared for this conversation, you are missing key patient engagement opportunities and the ability to collect patient payments.
Seth Katz, MPH, RHIA, FAHIMA Associate Chief Information Officer Truman Medical Centers
Mary Bessinger VP Middle Revenue Cycle Hospital Services Optum360
Commercial payers have shown more and more focus on clinically oriented denials, particularly those related to clinical validation, or DRG downgrades. Few payers provide transparency about the clinical criteria they use to assess DRG selection, while others constantly change their criteria.
Kelley Blair SVP, General Manager, Hospital and Health System Change Healthcare Raghu Bukkapatnam Chief Strategist, Technology Enabed Services Change Healthcare
There's no denying that reducing bad debt is at the top of revenue cycle leaders' agendas. Patient liability has skyrocketed in recent years due to the rise in high deductible health plans and erosion in coverage. And many, if not most providers are being tripped up by these changes.