How to Engage Employed Physicians to Improve Revenue Cycle Performance
Kevin Dillon, M.B.A., C.P.A.
Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Operating & Financial Officer
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Martin J. Fine, M.D.
President, Mount Sinai Elmhurst Faculty Practice Plan
Director of Radiology
Elmhurst Hospital Center, NY
Direct employment of physicians can make strategic sense, and now financial leaders are charged with making economic sense out of it, too. However, with costs rising and reimbursements shrinking, it’s no longer realistic to think hospitals can cover often-accepted physician employment losses with additional revenues from increased surgeries or lab tests. In this webinar, Kevin Dillon and Dr. Martin Fine share their experiences and perspectives, one from the hospital executive and the other from a physician. Both will articulate the steps required to successfully drive physician engagement, including internal challenges, metrics used, impact on the revenue cycle process, and a few of the lessons learned.
Tools and Takeaways
Attendees will have access to a report, “Disciplines of Highly Effective Hospital Employed Physician Networks”
After This Webinar You’ll Be Able To:
- Establish a clear set of guidelines critical for successfully on-boarding new physicians.
- Identify critical strategies to break down hospital and physician silos.
- Learn "how to" steps to drive physician engagement.
- Identify key benchmarks to compare physician revenue cycle effectiveness.
- Apply lessons learned in your organization based on experience.
CFOs, finance executives, patient financial services directors, revenue cycle vice presidents and directors, directors of reimbursement in hospitals, academic centers and health systems employing physicians
HFMA members: Free
Note: This on-demand webinar will be available until Dec. 17, 2013.