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Eric Brodsky
Director, Billing & Operations
Midwest Center for Women's Healthcare 

Priscilla Holland     
Senior Director, Healthcare Payments     
NACHA – The Electronic Payments Association

Erin Richter Weber
Associate Director, Rules & Participant Relations


Featuring representatives from CAQH CORE—the designated authoring entity of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) mandated operating rules—and NACHA—the authoring entity of operating rules for financial services—this webinar provides an overview of the administrative simplification provisions and how they impact revenue cycle performance.

A case study also reveals how Midwest Center for Women's Healthcare has increased collections, reduced A/R days, and accelerated claim processing using the standards and operating rules for Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) and Electronic Remittance Advice (ERA).

After This Webinar You'll Be Able To:

  • Describe the ACA’s administrative simplification provisions
  • Recognize the value of transitioning to EFT and ERA
  • Identify the benefits and challenges related to electronic payment options, including virtual cards, FedWire, etc.
  • Demonstrate the benefits of coordination with practice management and clearing house vendors
  • Discuss voluntary operating rules for claims and prior authorization and review how providers can get involved in the development of operating rules

Tools & Takeaways

  • Links to key CAQH CORE provider tools to support operating rule implementation including a robust set of FAQs
  • Sample provider EFT request letter
  • Sample provider EFT re-association data request letter
  • Access to CAQH CORE analysis and planning guides and other educational resources

Recommended for:

CFOs, revenue cycle directors, billing and collection managers, health plan leaders

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge & Applications          
Delivery Method: Group Internet
Level: Intermediate
Pre-work: None
Contact hours: 1.25


HFMA members: Free  

Non-members: $99

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Note: This on-demand webinar is available until August 3, 2017.