The patient financial experience: The current state & what's next
Relying on aggressive financial policies and collection tactics won't help your organization adapt to the "patient as payer" model, especially after the pandemic. Instead, you need a strategy that helps patients easily navigate the financial responsibilities associated with their care.
Addressing the Patient Financial Experience in Today's Challenging Healthcare Environment
This session will involve first-hand observations about today's consumer financial decision-making trends and explore insights from a recent survey of over 2,000 U.S. adults who visited a doctor or healthcare facility within the past year for routine, follow-up, or unplanned care, and will inform how to best address patient financial concerns.
Expand and Improve Patients' Financing Options
With the rise of patient as payer, many healthcare organizations are offering a greater variety of financing plans and increasing flexible options. This session will help attendees understand how to determine the best plan for each patient. In addition, the speakers will share the pros and cons of in-house financing plans versus third-party financing options and the experience and impact of both patient and provider.
Diagnosis Financial Strain:One Organization's Approach to the Patient Financial Experience
This session will present an effective process for assessing physician financial performance from an operational and strategic standpoint. The speakers will share a defined process to manage physician financial performance, including how to use cost accounting concepts to establish and manage appropriate operating budget results as well as how to use ROI concepts to assess and monitor strategic benefits in comparison to subsidy loss levels.