HFMA’s Responsive Revenue Cycle Management Virtual Conference on April 30 will address how healthcare finance professionals can continue to support the financial viability of health systems and ensure use of consumer-centric strategies when serving self-pay patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Free for HFMA members, our virtual conference’s one-click registration makes it easy to get a front-row seat at a virtual event that will show members how to help their organization address revenue-cycle-related issues affecting the industry in these unprecedented times,” said Sue Spear, HFMA’s director of education.
“During this live event, attendees can view sessions, participate in discussions and ask questions in real time,” Spear said.
Two one-hour sessions comprise the virtual conference. The sessions will address how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the way hospitals and health systems operate and deliver care, and also will provide insight into some the most pressing issues facing provider organizations today. There is a one-hour break between sessions.
11 a.m. to 12 p.m. CT
How to Manage Revenue Cycle and Operational Stability Throughout a Healthcare Crisis
Change Healthcare’s Elaine Dunn, vice president of revenue integrity and centralized coding, and Keith Slater, national vice president, patient access and revenue cycle solutions, will discuss strategies for optimizing revenue cycle operations and financial performance during the COVID-19 pandemic. Change Healthcare is a virtual conference sponsor.
1 p.m. to 2 p.m. CT
Consumer-Centric Strategies for an Increasing Self-Pay Population
Nicole Nye, director of product management for Waystar, discusses how providers can assess presumptive charity eligibility, discover potential COBRA coverage and digitally engage with their patients as strategies for handling an increase in self-pay patients stemming from the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic. Waystar is a virtual conference sponsor.
HFMA members can earn one CPE for each session by submitting checkpoints throughout the session and by completing an online evaluation for each session after the conference.
Registration for the Responsive Revenue Cycle Management Virtual Conference is recommended no later than the day prior to the event, although members can register the day of the event.
The conference is open to members only. Here are the details on becoming an HFMA member.
Fall conference info
Stay tuned for more information about HFMA’s Virtual Fall Conference, Nov. 17.