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.
Realizing your return on analytics
The Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) and the American Association for Physician Leadership (AAPL) are honored to collaborate to provide education and experiences that bring together clinical and financial leaders in healthcare. Attend the upcoming webinar series, sponsored by Kaufman Hall, on Improving Clinical and Financial Outcomes in Healthcare Organizations. This webinar series is available to HFMA and AAPL members at no cost.
Generating data alone does not bring clarity. A healthcare organization's ability to sustain high-value care delivery and ensure its long-term strategic financial viability increasingly depends on how effectively it can apply data analytics to inform improvement efforts related to quality, cost, and patient experience.
At the most basic level, the purpose of analytics is to get the right information to the right people to help them make the right decisions. During this webinar, we will review a framework and share examples of how hospitals and health system can progress from identifying strategic opportunities to executing solutions that achieve each opportunity's full potential and deliver the expected return on analytics.
Moving to Value-Based Reimbursements (VBR): Successful Best Practices in Quality Reporting
Value-based care, a relatively new approach to promoting good outcomes while maintaining or lowering costs, is quickly becoming the new normal in US health care. Participants will have the opportunity to hear from the perspective of North Mississippi Medical Clinics in the Quality Payment Program (aka MACRA) as to what goes into achieving an exceptional performance score. Topics will include quality measures selection, managing your promoting interoperability (PI) performance, and determining which improvement activities (IA) to report. NMHS achieved top scores across many facilities and will highlight best practices and note some challenges managing multiple facilities, some new and some more experienced with quality reporting.
Moving towards a denial-free future: Optimizing middle revenue cycle for improved financial performance
An optimized middle revenue cycle improves provider financial performance by supporting medical necessity, decreasing the time it takes to get claims paid and reducing claim denials. Strong clinical documentation is a key performance driver that makes it easier to create financial stability and helps streamline revenue cycle management. This webinar will cover how leveraging people, process and technology as accuracy checkpoints within the "at service" and "post service" stages of the revenue cycle can help support a denial prevention strategy.
Learn first-hand about best practice approaches and what technology levers providers can pull, including artificial intelligence and workflow integration, to ensure complete provider documentation and proper coding based on clinical documentation - and how to comply with payer-specific advisors can play in ensuring defensible medical necessity recommendations.