RWJBarnabas improves access with aggressive growth strategy
Today's healthcare consumers increasingly shop for providers like they shop for other items, with 78% at two or more physicians before making an appointment with a new practice. Given fierce competition and budgetary pressures, provider growth depends on processes that are proven to drive commercially insured patients. To attract new patients, RWJBarnabas strives to meet consumers where they are as they search online for healthcare and to make it easy to access services.
Join this session to learn how RWJBarnabas added over $20 million in contribution margin across more than 600 designated providers, with a 6:01 ROI based on new patients alone, and divested from other programs that proved less effective.
Overcoming the increasing challenge of VA reimbursement
In the last several years, hospitals and health systems have seen an increase in the number of veterans being provided care. While this can be a positive option for both facilities and the patients, VA reimbursement can be complicated and difficult to capture. While only a small percentage of an average hospital's total revenue, the work involved to collect it is disproportionate.
Learn techniques you can implement in training staff, capturing accurate patient data, and pursuing VA claim reimbursements.
Original Live Webinar Date: 10/29/20
2021 E/M transition and financial impact
The deadline is fast-approaching to implement upcoming outpatient evaluation and management (E/M) coding challenges. This webinar will review the changes and discuss the potential financial impacts of the new coding that takes effect January 1, 2021.
As leaders work to understand what these changes will mean for providers, coders and auditors, and their organization as a whole, we'll share insights on potential financial impacts and strategies to effectively prepare for this change.
Original Live Webinar Date: 11/5/20
Executive Panel: Pandemic insights on medical equipment management
Clinicians and operations staff delivered heroic efforts when the pandemic hit the United States in early 2020. At the outset of the pandemic, gaps in our nationwide equipment procurement processes were exposed - leaving caregivers on the front lines short of the vital equipment they needed for care. Since then, new challenges have emerged as integrated delivery networks (IDNs) and hospitals struggle to efficiently manage a flood of new equipment and tighter budgets, all while preparing for a COVID-19 spike in the Fall. In this webinar, you will hear stories from the front lines about what equipment management practices worked well and which ones didn't. You'll also walk away with strategies for procuring and managing equipment while staying financially viable in the months and years ahead.