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Jonathan G. Wiik, MSHA, MBA            
Principal - Healthcare Strategy    
TransUnion Healthcare 


As consumerism evolves, can dynamic synergy exist between transparency and value-based care? Transparency has many definitions and is federally mandated, but the “T” word has not solved many consumers’ healthcare concerns. After all, price contains limited value without further context of coverage, fundability, affordability—and acceptance from the patient. Creating a transparent financial process that helps your patient can be challenging when balancing the clinical AND financial components of healthcare. Engaging them early through effective, collaborative cost estimates can ensure earned revenue gets paid as the patient becomes the new payer. This webinar will include market dynamics, a success story and how you can change the transparency challenge into an opportunity. Together, we will redefine transparency—for the new patient financial experience.

After This Webinar You'll Be Able To:

  1. Recognize the regulatory definition of transparency, what it should mean for your organization, and how it can help you and your patients 
  2. Analyze the process improvement steps taken by our case study example to decrease Medicaid and bad debt charity numbers, and increase POS collections
  3. Understand the state and national level transparency regulations
  4. Create the best financial experience while eliminating bad debt

Tools and Takeaways: 
Revenue Protection and Price Transparency Tips

Recommended for:

CEOs, CFOs, Directors of Revenue Cycle, Directors of Patient Access, VP of Supply Chain, Billing and Collection Managers, Physician or Clinical Leader, Physician Practice Executive, Payer

Field of Study: Special Knowledge
Delivery Method: Group Internet
Level: Intermediate       
Pre-work: None
Prerequisites: None                                                                                                  
Contact hours: 1.0


HFMA members: Free
Non-members: $99

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Note: This on-demand webinar is available until April 4, 2019.