5 Ways to Improve Charge Capture and Directly Impact your Bottom Line

Sponsored by
Change Healthcare

Many organizations neglect to focus on charge capture processes because they are typically decentralized across organizations and considered a lower administrative function. But let’s face it -- overlooking missed, incorrect, and inconsistent charges is akin to leaving money on the table.

Organizations with formal charge-capture programs report a significant positive impact on the bottom line. Whether you have a charge capture program, or are considering implementing one, it is recommended that you always measure progress and revise the program as required to drive appropriate and timely reimbursement.

Learning Objectives:

  • Top 5 things you need to know about charge capture
  • Common obstacles to implementing a successful charge capture program
  • The basic control framework to identify risks, develop controls and enhance key charge capture processes
  • Lessons learned from high-performing charge capture programs 

Join us on Tuesday, July 30th at 1 pm ET to be a part of the discussion!

How Documentation Workflows Impact Your Revenue Cycle Improvement Strategy

Sponsored by
Nuance

Health leaders looking to mitigate margin pressures exacerbated by program cuts and the accelerated outmigration of procedural care need to improve revenue cycle operations, including a high degree of focus on improving the IT experience for their surgeons. But how much attention is your organization paying to the quality of their procedural documentation? In value-based care, an efficient revenue cycle can be achieved through more efficient and cost effective means of creating procedural documentation that’s complete, compliant and contains all the appropriate level of specificity details required to avoid rework.

Join us on Thursday, June 20th at 1 pm ET to learn more!

Fully Connected Point of Care Ecosystem

Sponsored by
Midmark

In March 2019, HealthLeaders conducted a survey to our leadership audience on the Fully Connected Point of Care Ecosystem. With over 100 responses collected, two goals became clear: optimizing workflow efficiencies and providing a greater patient experience. But that wasn’t all.

Join us on Tuesday, June 18th at 1 pm ET as we take a deeper look at the data collected and discuss how a fully connected point of care can improve the quality at a healthcare facility and allow both administrators and providers to achieve their specific goals.

5 Ways to Advance Care Coordination Strategies at Your Organization

Sponsored by
Elsevier

Hospitals and health networks are under an immense amount of pressure to provide coordinated patient care to maximize performance, achieve regulatory compliance, and promote better patient health outcomes. However, in a disjointed health system, effectively coordinating care for patients with complex health needs can be deceptively challenging.

Join us on Tuesday, June 11th at 1pm ET to learn how to overcome the core challenges preventing your organization from effectively coordinating care throughout the patient journey. Subject matter expert Tiffany McCauley, MSN, RN, will demonstrate how to break down silos by building a framework for collaboration.

Learning Objectives:

  • Uncover the underlying barriers preventing your organization from achieving coordinated patient care.
  • Learn how to advance care coordination strategies at your organization by implementing a framework for collaboration.
  • Discover ways to sustain and optimize evidence-based interprofessional practice at your organization.
  • Learn innovative ways to enrich the patient experience and drive better patient health outcomes.

Quality Data: Three steps to simplify data governance, enable interoperability, and enhance your reporting and analytics

Sponsored by
Wolters Kluwer

With healthcare spending reaching an all-time high, healthcare organizations are turning toward consolidation to cut costs, generate new revenue streams, and promote efficiencies.

Health leaders are expected to abide by the latest regulatory requirements, report accurate system-wide metrics for quality measures, and produce reliable data analytics, all while addressing organizational initiatives and lessening clinician administrative burden.

At the core of these initiatives is quality data. Yet data alone presents its own unique set of challenges. Not only is it being collected in a variety of ways, through EHRs, patient-generated data, and unstructured notes, but it also comes in multiple formats, such as clinical, claims, and reference data. Examples of data include patient problem lists, laboratory results, medications, allergies, clinical notes, and insurance related diagnosis and procedures.

Learn how you can ensure your organization is utilizing the most accurate and reliable data needed to achieve its goals.

In this session you will learn about:

  • Common challenges health leaders experience due to poor clinical and claims data quality
  • Essential ingredients needed for achieving high data quality
  • What to look for in a technology vendor to ensure your needs are met
  • The innovation and progress such as improved analytics related to regulations and clinical outcomes you can look forward to with a foundation of quality data

Join us on Wednesday, April 3rd at 1 pm ET, to learn why your data quality is at the core of your organizational initiatives, and how you can leverage data experts to help you get there!

Superheroes to the Rescue: Battling the Challenges of Clinical Orientation and Retention

Sponsored by
Elsevier

Hospitals are under constant pressure to reduce costs around clinical orientation and continuing education while also combating high turnover rates. The impact is staggering.

Register today for our upcoming webinar on Thursday, March 28th at 1 pm ET and learn how you can become a Superhero to your organization by implementing key initiatives to battle the challenges. Hear first-hand success stories from guest Superheroes on how moving to standardized prdoucts has made a significant difference.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn about key initiatives hospitals can implement to address the challenges around reducing orientation and continuing education costs.
  • Understand the benefits of implementing a standardized orientation program and offering evidence-based tools and resources, and how these resources can impact costs as well as your nursing staff.
  • Learn about effective ways to combat high turnover rates.

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