How to connect financial results with clinical outcomes
Most healthcare provider organizations perform patient accounting transactions and general accounting transactions in separate systems. Even though recent advances in technology have increased the opportunity to collect patient level activity data at the time of resource utilization, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) applications have traditionally focused more on resource procurement and maintenance, than resource utilization. For reason this reason, it continues to be difficult to accurately connect financial results with clinical outcomes.
This webinar will discuss how healthcare organizations can better leverage data about patient activities and resource utilization to overcome the challenge of connecting financial results to clinical outcomes.
Managing financial complexity: Synchronizing revenue cycle and finance teams
Getting the full value out of your transaction/acquisition plan
As the health care industry continues to consolidate, health system leaders are facing increasing pressure to aggressively acquire scale. With opportunities including acquisition or divestiture of individual hospitals, health systems, and physician practices, the M&A landscape has become even more complex. Additionally, shrinking margins and changing payment mechanisms also put greater pressure on realizing the expected value of a transaction through strategic, operational, and financial alignment.
This webinar will explain strategies for achieving the full value of your transaction by exploring frameworks and case studies for developing transaction value and defining strategic intent; conducting value focused diligence across 6-8 high value areas; and transitioning from deal planning and execution to integration planning and implementation.
We will present approaches to develop a replicable playbook that addresses that continuum, from due diligence and deal structure, Day 1 Readiness planning, and post-merger integration approaches. In addition to sharing some tested methodologies to enable achievement of the strategic and operational premise of any transaction, we will also share lessons learned from more challenging, and even failed transactions.
Original live webinar date: 11/19/19
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- Financial Planning and Budgeting
- Financial Reporting: Liabilities and Long-Term Debt
- Financial Reporting: Relationships and Procedures
- Financial Reporting: Revenue and Assets
- Accounting Oversight and Internal Control