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Speakers

Patrick Drewry
Director, Product Management
Optum360

Billy Parrish
Sr. Director Product Management
Optum360

Summary

Even if providers apply comprehensive denial prevention strategies, due to complex payer contracts, varying medical necessity standards and an evolving regulatory environment, the inevitable reality is that denials can’t be completely avoided. Attend this webinar to learn necessary strategies for denial root cause identification and revenue recovery to help ensure the same types of denials do not repeat themselves and that lost reimbursement can be reclaimed.

This webinar will cover how leveraging people, process and technology best practices within the “back end” stages of the revenue cycle can help support a strategy of feeding intelligence up stream to prevent denial re-occurrence while reclaiming amounts owed.   

After This Webinar You'll Be Able To:

  • Describe the combination of technology, unique content and clinical resources help prevent and recover reimbursement from inappropriate denials
  • Leverage analytics to identify core reasons for denials and where in the revenue cycle they are occurring
  • Manage appeals in a coordinated fashion is essential to avoiding past timely filing write-off’s
  • Summarize insights into payer contracts can pinpoint payment variances and validate reimbursement accuracy      

Recommended for:

CEOs, CFOs, VP of Revenue Cycle, Directors of Revenue Cycle    

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge 
Delivery Method: Group Internet
Level: Intermediate                                 
Pre-work: None                                 
Prerequisites: Understanding of revenue cycle stages and common challenges, exposure to technology/automation within the revenue cycle, types of denials organizations are faced with                                                                                                           
Contact hours: 1.0

Pricing

HFMA members: Free
Non-members: $99

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Note: This on-demand webinar is available until August 28, 2019.