Certified Specialist Business Intelligence Recertification
The Certified Specialist Business Intelligence (CSBI) recertification program is recommended for active, eligible HFMA CSBI certificants with a maintenance due date of May 31, 2020. Not sure when your CSBI expiration date is? Sign in, click your profile image in the upper right corner, select My Development, and then click on the Certifications tab near the center of the page. You'll see your certifications along with their expiration date. Please note: Due to the delay in the release of the CSBI recertification program, you will have until July 15, 2020 to complete the recertification.
Intelligent surgery & the use of data to drive alignment throughout Banner Health's robotics service line
Currently facing health care organizations are the challenges of reducing the total cost to treat patients. Through data, executives may be able to demonstrate that a well-coordinated robotics service line has the potential to reduce clinical, financial, and operational variation.
This webinar will help you identify the practical metrics needed to evaluate surgical performance within your own hospitals. We will share insights in using data correctly to potentially drive positive clinical and economic outcomes. In addition, we will provide the tools to support you in the identification of best practices, standardization in the operating room, and enable you to discover areas of optimization for your robotics program.
Costing for the masses
CHRISTUS began an initiative to address the need for accurate, actionable cost information that could inform the organization's understanding of true cost across episodes of care, service lines, and patient populations. Over the past 14 months, CHRISTUS has engaged and trained over 140 RVU managers and 60 active reporting users to be part of this new costing initiative. Managing a large user base comes with its own set of challenges, including maintaining data integrity, improving user base acumen, providing training, reducing redundant requests, and getting buy-in from clinical operators. With a creative approach, CHRISTUS has driven new, thoughtful best practices and processes. The organization has successfully established a new, reliable data governance structure, empowering cross-organizational audiences like supply chain and clinical leaders to champion the data. By implementing this initiative, CHRISTUS has connected data to users who need it, enabling true costing for the masses.
Financial benefits of setting an effective patient engagement strategy for your organization
This webinar reviews how an effective patient engagement strategy can drive bottom line improvements for your hospital or health system. We will review case studies and discuss how improved physician/patient interaction is tied to an overall increase in population health, quality and satisfaction. Learn about the financial benefits and ROI your organization can expect from a well-executed engagement strategy.