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Delivery Method:

Self Study

Advance Preparation:

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Prerequisites:

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Course Availability:

1 Year

Case Study | Financial Leadership
One key to the success of Bergen New Bridge Medical Center’s cultural transformation was an accompanying focus on business and finance strategy, two leaders said during a presentation at HFMA’s Digital Annual Conference.
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News | Financial Leadership
HFMA’s Annual Conference went all-digital for the first time in 2020, showcasing relevant content to a virtual audience of healthcare finance professionals.
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How To | Financial Leadership
During a six-year process to move its Patient Financial Services department to a full-time work-from-home setup, Spectrum Health learned key lessons and best practices.
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Article | Financial Leadership
Healthcare organizations can help their remote revenue cycle staff from falling prey to hackers and secure patient health information by following advice from security and privacy experts.
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How To | Financial Leadership
By taking the right approach to collaboration, healthcare finance and clinical leaders can improve results for their patients and their organizations.
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On Demand Webinar | Overview | Financial Leadership

Proposed Changes to the Physician Self-Referral (Stark) Law to Promote Value-Based Payments

On Demand Webinar | Overview | Financial Leadership

Proposed Changes to the Physician Self-Referral (Stark) Law to Promote Value-Based Payments

Description

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has proposed the most sweeping changes to the regulations that interpret the physician self-referral law (the "Stark Law") in over twenty years. This webinar will principally focus on how the newly-proposed regulations, if finalized, would afford hospitals, physician groups, clinics, and other care providers significant additional flexibility to compensate physicians for collaboration on value-based care arrangements involving commercial, Medicare, or other patient populations. It will also provide an overview of other helpful proposed changes affecting an even broader array of physician compensation arrangements.

Original live webinar date: 11/18/19
After this program, you'll be able to..
  • identify which types of value-based arrangements would qualify for protection under the newly-proposed physician self-referral regulations.
  • Distinguish between the three distinct newly-proposed exceptions for protecting compensation paid to a physician under a qualified value-based arrangement.
  • Identify important areas of additional flexibility included in the newly-proposed regulations.
  • Identify topics on which CMS solicited feedback in advance of issuing final regulations.

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On Demand Webinar | Overview | Staff Development

Rapid Fire Sessions - financial sustainability

As healthcare systems plan for post Covid 19 strategies, the focus is on financial sustainability and optimizing care delivery. Hear case studies describing clinical documentation for optimizing revenue, a sustainable telehealth strategy and consumer centric payment plans.


Original Live Date: HFMA Digital Annual Conference (8/14/2020)

On Demand Webinar | Intermediate | Staff Development

Predictive analytics for real time cost manangement

Learn how Texas Health Resources made the leap to real-time management of costs using a financial decision support platform, augment with visualizations and integration of third-party data. During this session,  attendees will gain understanding of how to best utilize data to identify real-time opportunities to manage and save cost.


Original Live Date: HFMA Digital Annual Conference (8/12/2020)

On Demand Webinar | Intermediate | Coronavirus

The importance of a supply chain strategic plan in a coronavirus world

The COVID-19 pandemic is ravaging healthcare facilities, which is partly due to a lack of personal protective equipment (PPE) and other critical supplies.  Vulnerabilities in the supply chain have been exposed. As such, hospitals should consider developing a supply chain strategic plan to address those vulnerabilities.

Developing a strategic plan can be a daunting task - what are the key areas of focus and best practices?

Join this webinar to hear executive supply chain leaders from provider and distributor organizations share COVID-19 observations, recommendations, and lessons learned in the areas of sourcing, technology, inventory management and emergency preparedness.

On Demand Webinar | Basic | Coronavirus

Lessons learned from COVID-19 Optimizing patient engagement with cloud

In the wake of COVID-19, many healthcare providers that traditionally relied on physical office space had to quickly adapt their operations to meet regulatory guidelines and ensure the safety of their employees by shifting to remote work. On top of these workforce restrictions, healthcare organizations of all types undoubtedly saw an increase in call volume and patient engagement due to the pandemic.

Without a physical office, corporate VPN, or standard equipment, many were faced with challenges and learning lessons when forced to turn to new methods of patient communication and productivity. Listen to this webinar as revenue cycle and patient experience leaders discuss the tools and best practices to optimize patient engagement, manage increased call volumes, and drive performance when operating with a remote workforce.