Cost:

Free for HFMA Members
Buy HFMA Membership to Attend

Audience:

Health Plans
Hospitals and Other Providers
Physicians and Other Practitioners
Business Partners

Career level:

Executive
Experienced Professional
Mid-Senior
Early Careerist

Recommended for:

Information Technology
Physician Practice
Population Health
Clinically Integrated Network
Data Analytics

Delivery Method:

Self Study

Advance Preparation:

None

Prerequisites:

None

Course Availability:

1 Year

On Demand Webinar | Intermediate | Revenue Cycle
In the past decade healthcare organizations have become increasingly inundated by a tidal wave of data from various sources. Processing that data in an efficient and scalable manner has become challenging. One successful approach has been t...
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News | Revenue Cycle
HFMA members are putting their work-from-home situations and downtime due to stay-at-home directives to good use: 2,171 members passed HFMA certification exams between March 13 and April 27, 2020.
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Live Webinar | Revenue Cycle
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Healthcare finance professionals can learn to continue to support their health system’s financial viability and ensure use of consumer-centric strategies during the COVID-19 pandemic at HFMA's Virtual Conference April 30.
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On Demand Webinar | Overview | Revenue Cycle

Building a better network for patients, providers and the bottom line

On Demand Webinar | Overview | Revenue Cycle

Building a better network for patients, providers and the bottom line

Description

Healthcare leaders are establishing integrated networks (CINs) to enhance patient care, reduce costs, and drive the transition to value. This webinar describes how to build an engaged provider network of primary care physicians and specialist within the system, as well as employed and independent physicians across other settings of care throughout the community - which is critical to any CIN's success.

Learn how and why an adopted data-driven approach for developing a robust provider network serves as the foundation for a new patient referral strategy that reduces leakage and improves continuity of care. These real-world insights will highlight how to grow your network while also keeping it narrow to ensure that patients receive the highest-value care.
After this program, you'll be able to..
  • Summarize the key components of a data-driven approach to building a provider network
  • Determine how much revenue is at-risk due to inefficient referral management
  • Understand how real-time analytics help to pinpoint the right community partners for your network
  • Identify where your organization can drive revenue by boosting in-network referrals and improving efficiency
  • Explain how reducing patient leakage enhances care coordination and leads to better outcomes.

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On Demand Webinar | Intermediate | Revenue Cycle

Automation in healthcare finance

In the past decade healthcare organizations have become increasingly inundated by a tidal wave of data from various sources. Processing that data in an efficient and scalable manner has become challenging. One successful approach has been the automation of forms processing, which has been particularly beneficial in functions like finance and HR. This webinar will discuss some of the specific real-life challenges in finance automation. You will learn from a global medical device company's automation team about the problems they sought to address, the issues they faced in implementation, how they measured their return on investment, and how they thought about their automation roadmap.

Original LIve Webinar Date (5/13/20)

On Demand Webinar | Overview | Coronavirus

Examining the path to recovery for hospital volumes and revenues

As states loosen and lift their "shelter in place" orders and restrictions on hospital elective procedures, hospital volumes will begin to return. The question is: What will the recovery look like? Ensemble Partners and SSI Group have joined forces to examine the available data; by combining hospital volume and revenue data with procedure rescheduling data from over 1,200 hospitals, we are gaining insights on what the recovery will look like. We will look at which states are showing early upward trends, which procedures are returning and how quickly, and how you can leverage these trends to accelerate recovery back to "normal."

Original Live Webinar Date: 5/12/20

On Demand Webinar | Overview | Patient Financial Communications

New patient access, interoperability and information blocking rules

Health care professionals need to understand that the rules governing health information are changing.  Under current final rules, providers and health plans must share data directly with patients, and if a patient requests their data be shared with an app on their phone, you must comply.

These new rules change the nature of health information as we know it, and they bring new challenges-and new actors - into the more traditional health care market.

Learn about these new rules, where they came from, and what they could mean for you and your business from an expert that helped craft the federal statute creating these new rules.

Original Live Webinar Date: 4/29/20

On Demand Webinar | Overview | Coronavirus

Lessons from COVID-19: Strengthening supply chains, lowering risk

The COVID-19 crisis has brought to light the importance of a resilient supply chain to support the ability of hospitals to respond to critical patient and community needs. This webinar will share lessons learned from the front lines and how hospitals and healthcare systems can take steps now to help ensure the right products are available to support the needs of frontline healthcare workers and the evolving needs of patients. This webinar will also explore important issues to consider the substantive changes that can be made to strengthen supply chains to minimize risk and improve the cost and quality of care both in times of crisis and in the normal course of business.

Original Live Webinar Date (4/22/20)