Successful Transition to Post-Pandemic Success for Physician Practices
May 28, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic brought unwelcome challenges overnight, leaving the healthcare industry foundering in a sea of change. Physicians quickly emerged as heroes, but planning - and willpower - will be important to navigate the future in order to sustain your practice's business success after emerging from the pandemic. The calm after the storm will offer a sea of opportunity for physician practices to lead in this transformation. Join nationally recognized practice management expert Elizabeth Woodcock on Thursday, May 28th at 1pm ET to plan now for this transition.
During this webinar you'll learn to create an action plan for:
Healthcare Rebuilds: Financial Foundations Webinar Series
May 27, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic changed the underlying financials of the healthcare industry overnight. Hospital and health system leaders now find themselves navigating a lengthy recovery with nothing but educated guesses on how healthcare spending and utilization will rebound.
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.
Part 1. Ramp Up Elective Volume—Join the discussion of how to develop models for operating income recovery, and reassessing portfolio balance and investment income. Wednesday, May 13, 2020, 01:00 PM EDT
Part 2. Staff Reset—Learn how to create flexible provider staffing models for the rebound, physician compensation and bonus structure with loss of volume, and executive and administrative overhead and compensation. Thursday, May 21, 2020, 01:00 PM EDT
Part 3. The New Access Economy—In our final webinar in the series, we'll review how to assess new demand models, expansion of and investment in virtual services as well as overall operational and clinical considerations in a new market. Wednesday, May 27, 2020, 01:00 PM EDT
Roundtable: Lessons Learned from Addressing the COVID-19 Pandemic Through Care Collaboration
May 20, 2020
As healthcare organizations reach COVID-19 peaks and leaders begin to look at post-pandemic healthcare protocol, it becomes clear that the healthcare scene post-COVID will be very different than it was before the pandemic. The decisions care teams make now——and during community re-engagement over the next few months—will be key.
Join us for a roundtable discussion and Q&A session around the lessons learned from COVID-19 on Wednesday, May 20th at 1 pm ET with Jen D'Angelo, Vice President and General Manager of the New Jersey Innovation Institute Healthcare Division, Dr. Ben Zaniello, CMO and infectious disease physician at Collective Medical, Dr. Enrique Enguidanos, ED physician and CEO at Community Based Care Solutions, and Liz Whitworth, Managing Director of the Oregon Health Leadership Council and HIT Commons, for a roundtable discussion and Q&A about the lessons learned from COVID-19.
Learn ways healthcare organizations are effectively adapting to meet the changing healthcare landscape, including:
Establishing emergency protocol for remote work and supply chain
Increasing interoperability and collaboration between non-traditional care teams
Effectively implementing, or improving, telemedicine programs
Caring for patients with social determinants of health—even and especially during times of crisis
Each panelist will share proven success strategies for preventing and reducing the impact of crisis situations, lessons learned in the pandemic, the forecast for our healthcare future—and what to do about it. In addition, each will share discovered best practices to connect communities and prevent and protect against future pandemics—including the dreaded "second wave" of COVID-19—and answer questions submitted by attendees in an open roundtable discussion.
Understand the dependencies that tie hospitals, public health organizations, and other care teams together during pandemics
Leverage ADT-based collaboration technology to identify, isolate, treat, and trace infection—even once the peak has passed—to prevent additional spread or a "second wave" of infection
Learn strategies for identifying and caring for vulnerable populations early-on to help curb the growth of infection in the community
M&A in the Post-COVID-19 Landscape: Where Do We Go From Here?
May 14, 2020
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? What did the pandemic teach us about M&As? What opportunities or disincentives will emerge for hospitals hoping to maintain their independence, or for health systems looking to grow?
Join us on Tuesday, May 26 at 1 p.m. to 2p.m. (EST) for this 60-minute webinar featuring Peggy M. Sanborn, system senior vice president of strategic growth, partnerships, and joint ventures at CommonSpirit Health, who will offer her perspectives about M&As in the aftermath and comment using the 2020 HealthLeaders M&A Survey results.
Immediate Guidance for Care Teams in Documenting and Coding COVID-19
May 14, 2020
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. Care teams are required to accurately capture the level of severity, and all appropriate manifestations of the coronavirus. Documentation must be completed with specificity for reimbursement as well as for the real time reporting and data sharing of the number and type of cases across communities, states, nationally and globally.
Join us for a live webinar on Thursday, May 14th at 1 pm ET as we discuss these topics and to ensure your facility is prepared for future success!
Learn about the latest AHIMA, CDC, AHA guidelines for ICD-10 coding and reporting
Understand specific guidance on recognizing the clinical indicators and risk factors for COVID-19, and associated complications.
Enable clinicians to speak patient notes directly into any EHR in real time from any location and device will be demonstrated with COVID-19 content templates, mobile tools, and apps.
Master Ongoing Monitoring Requirements for Credentialing
American Medical Association
April 28, 2020
Once clinicians are credentialed, they are immediately subject to ongoing monitoring for any potential issues. This function is critical to ensure quality care is continually provided to patients but also to ensure that the organization is in compliance with accreditation and regulatory requirements and not subject to fines or other corrective action. This Webinar on Tuesday, April 28th at 1pm ET 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.
By the end of the Webinar, participants will be able to:
Describe CMS, TJC and NCQA requirements for ongoing monitoring of credentials and performance
Identify appropriate sources to perform ongoing monitoring
List methods and tools to document and track compliance
Participants are encouraged to bring their questions for the closing Q&A session.