Browse by Topic
More than 40,000 members value HFMA's thought leadership and practical strategies. HFMA is where you need to be.
Get acquainted with the
healthcare finance industry's leading professional association. Find out why our
members rely on HFMA as their go-to source for insight and
Members have many
options for helping them advance their careers. Conferences, seminars,
eLearning, certification, and more -- our education and events will keep you
Attend this June 13 webinar to learn how to bring physician preference items under control and improve supply consumption.
Manage risk, align leadership, improve care delivery. Get the best ideas out there. June 16–19.
Free to HFMA members, HFMA's Virtual Conference offers in-depth programming — right from your desktop. Register today.
Our hfm mobile app is available for iPhones, iPads, and Android devices. Visit your app store and search "hfma" to download.
Get the perspectives of leading healthcare finance professionals on today's hottest issues.
Information about leading vendors helps your buying decisions.
Virtual and live networking events are planned for ANI and throughout the year.
An ever-expanding collection of spreadsheets, policies, job descriptions, checklists, and more that you can adopt and adapt.
Forum members can submit vexing questions to a panel of experts using our Ask the Expert service.
Develop your skills, demonstrate your accomplishments, and seize new opportunities.
Find new employment opportunities or reach out to qualified candidates.
Distinguish yourself as a leader among your peers and advance your career by earning certification in our healthcare finance programs.
Get an objective third-party evaluation of products and services used in the healthcare finance workplace.
MAP App is a web-based application that helps organizations improve revenue cycle performance based on industry-standard metrics called MAP Keys.
Find suppliers and products in this comprehensive vendor directory for healthcare finance professionals.
Financial, clinical, and administrative leaders identify key strategies to drive healthcare value.
Improve your revenue cycle performance through standard metrics, peer comparison, and successful practices.
New HFMA research shows value-driving practices for specific hospital types.
This document contains tables with useful dates and timelines pertaining to Stage 2 meaningful use criteria published in the September 4, 2012, final rule.
CMS has published a notice increasing Medicare payments to inpatient psychiatric facilities for rate year 2010. These changes, which are effective July 1, 2009, apply to IPF discharges occurring on or after July 1, 2009, through June 30, 2010.
This fact sheet dicusses aspects of the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program, as mandated by the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
This fact sheet includes updates to the hospital inpatient value-based purchasing program developed by CMS to reward hospitals for meeting certain performance standards established for a performance period.
The final rule includes updates to the case-mix group (CMG) classification and weights, facility-level adjustment factors, high-cost outliers, and the rescission of an outdated HCFA rule establishing the Medicare coverage criteria for IRF services.
This document provides the full text of the Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act.
In this roundtable, industry leaders discuss how pay for performance programs and severity based payment adjustments may impact healthcare facilities.
CMS published a final rule updating Medicare payment rates under the prospective payment system to skilled nursing facilities for fiscal year 2010. The payment rates are applicable for services provided by SNFs beginning October 1, 2009.
This report discusses some of the trends toward price and quality transparency and features strategies for communicating pricing and quality that actual hospital executives are employing as well as their advice to others.
Provides an overview of physician and hospital payment demonstration projects sponsored by private sector organizations and CMS.
HHS issued a proposed rule implementing the new affordable insurance exchanges (Exchanges) mandated by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) that will provide competitive marketplaces for individuals and small employers to directly compare available private health insurance options on the basis of price, quality, and other factors.
CMS announces its request for applications for providers to test episode-based payment for care using bundled payment methods under the Bundled Payment for Care Improvement initiative.
This spreadsheet, based on the CMS proposed shared savings rule, can be used to calculate potential shared savings/losses from forming a Medicare ACO.
In the FY12 IPPS final rule, CMS outlines the requirements of the hospital readmissions reduction program that it intends to implement in the FY12, FY13, and future IPPS LTCH PPS rulemaking cycles. Provided is the section of the FY12 IPPS
This resource provides a way to track the actions that states are taking to implement health insurance exchange development.
This summary describes the stage 2 criteria that eligible professionals (EPs), eligible hospitals, and critical access hospitals (CAHs) must meet in order to qualify for Medicare and Medicaid electronic health record incentive payments.
Below are links to bundled payment resources CMMI Bundled Payment Freeware Analysis Package View the resource for developing bundled payment bids.
This tool provides questions to help prepare your organization for health insurance exchanges.
HFMA has compiled a resource catalog of content related to the proposed health insurance exchange regulations and the Essential Benefits Bulletin.
This table from CMS outlines the differences between the Proposed Rule and the Final Rule for Accountable Care Organizations in the Medicare Shared Savings Program.
This roundtable discusses how new payment models are going to impact the revenue cycle and how organizations plan to prepare for new market realities.
In this roundtable, senior financial executives discuss their top strategies for selecting metrics and ways they are optimally using performance data to implement revenue cycle change and improve payer compliance.
HFMA comments on CMS's proposed rule on Medicare Shared Savings Program: Accountable Care Organizations.
During HFMA's recent Thought Leadership Retreat, participants explored how healthcare providers can develop the key competencies needed to succeed under value-based business models.
In this session, Mr. Lawson will discuss novel, value-based payment arrangements that Baptist Health South Florida is pursuing, not only with payers and physicians, but also with sovereign governments.
©2013 Copyright Healthcare Financial Management Association
HFMA.org is best viewed using IE9 or the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.
Join HFMA today and enjoy: