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May 8: John Harris: Capital Planning for Emerging Revenue Models
May 1: Bill Fera and Sanjeev Wadhwa: The Power of Collective Intent
Apr. 25: Mark Polston: Part A to Part B Rebilling: Understanding the Rules in a Changing Environment
Apr. 25: Ken Perez: Common Issues with SGR Reform Proposals
Apr. 24: Dean Coddington: The Primary Care Physician Shortage May Not Be as Bad as Expected
Apr. 24: Kate Guelich and Brian Kelly: Evaluating Synergies of Potential Partnerships Ensures a Strong Alliance
Apr. 23: Aaron DeBoer and Sue Egan: Creating a Successful Coding and Documentation Program
Apr. 22: Charles Brown: Considering Partnerships with Federally Qualified Health Centers
Apr. 4: Dean Coddington: ACOs: A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing?
Apr. 2: Ken Perez: Do Hospitals Make or Lose Money on Medicare?
Apr. 2: John Harris and Idette Elizondo: Are You Ready for the New Revenue Models?
Mar. 25: Eric Jordahl: Centralizing Financial Risk Management Under Treasury Provides a Stabilizing Force in Uncertain Times
Mar. 22: Casey Nolan: From Combination to Cultural Alignment: Achieving Success in Physician Practice Consolidation
Mar. 20: William O. Cleverley: Reaction to “Bitter Pill: Why Medical Bills Are Killing Us”
Mar. 20: Mark Vreeland and Todd Shack: Collaboration: The New Currency of Choice in the Outcomes-Focused Healthcare System
Mar. 7: Ken Perez: Three Reflections on the Sequester
Mar. 7: Idette Elizondo and John Harris: The Bundled Care Pilot—Who is Participating, and How?
Mar. 6: Dean Coddington: Comments on Time Magazine’s 40,000-Word Essay on Medical Bills
Feb. 26: John Boland: Changing Times Call for New Business Models
Feb. 19: Dawn Samaris: Anticipating Utilization Trends Key to Adapting in an Evolving Market
Feb. 15: Dean Coddington: Continued Controversy as Implementation of the ACA Moves Forward
Feb. 12:Michelle Holmes & John Whitham: EHR Implementations — Striving for More Than Just Go-Live
Feb. 12: Craig Kappel: It's 2013: How Prepared Is Your Organization for ICD-10?
Feb. 5: John Harris: Will Medicare ACOs Move Market Share?
Jan. 29: Mike Alkire: To Rid Health Care of Waste: Measure First, Then Cut
Jan. 29: Michael Abrams and Rita Numerof: Why the Industry Is Headed Toward Bundled Pricing
Jan. 28: Ken Perez: The Rising Tide of Hospital Layoffs
Jan. 22: Rick Cameron: Physician Compensation: The Future Road to Measuring Fair Market Value
Jan. 18: Kevin Neuman: Engaging Clinicians in Reducing Non-Labor Costs Requires an Evidence-Based Approach
Jan. 18: John Fink & Kevin Kennedy: OIG Guidance on Comanagement Agreements
Jan. 11: Bill Fera: Cultivating Collaboration in a Patient-Centric World
Jan. 7: Dean Coddington: Hard-Nosed Primary Care Can Limit Healthcare Costs
Jan. 7: Stuart Showalter: Newtown Raises Important Questions for Hospitals
Jan. 7: John Harris: Rewarding Physicians Under New Revenue Models
Jan. 3: Christine Malcolm: Toward a Healthy Future for Our Nation: Reflections on the National Market for Children's Services and the Evolving Role of Children's Hospitals
Jan. 3: Ken Perez: The Fiscal Cliff “Patch”: Implications for Healthcare
Jan. 2: Scott Withrow: Healthcare Industry Still Teeters Over the Cliff
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Attend HFMA’s Virtual Conference on July 17 to hear how New York-Presbyterian Hospital created a Patient Financial Advocacy Program to increase enrollment in public and private sponsorship programs, streamline financial aid, and generate real financial results. Find out how.
This Virtual Conference session on July 17 will highlight how Winona Health is using Lean concepts as a management philosophy to eliminate waste and non-value activity. Find out how they created value and improved the quality of patient outcomes while increasing the efficiency of care delivery.
Attend HFMA’s Virtual Conference on July 17 to hear from Chad Mulvany of HFMA on how to adopt HFMA’s Value Project into your rural and standalone providers’specific environment.
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