(Tuesday) 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
HFMA Region 9
WEBINAR TOPIC TITLE: The Business Case for a Denial Management Process Course: 1701W | CPE: 1.0 | Level: Intermediate | Prerequisites: General understanding of denials Topic Description: • Key strategic factors in setting [...]
WEBINAR TOPIC TITLE: The Business Case for a Denial Management Process
Course: 1701W | CPE: 1.0 | Level: Intermediate | Prerequisites: General understanding of denials
• Key strategic factors in setting up a denial management process
• lnsourcing versus outsourcing and what is required for both and how it affects the bottom line
• Process flow from Admissions to Discharge
• Clinical Appeals Process
• New marketing trends and tools for providers to reduce denials and support the physician population
• Understand the different types of denials.
• How to form a denials management team. • When you should insource a denial management team and when to outsource the team
CFOs Physicians, CEOs, Case Managers, Clinical Appeal Nurses, Patient Account Directors
Jane Turner, VP of Operations, Premier Medical Appeals
Ms. Turner has spent over 20 years in utilization review and case management. She has served in the capacity of Director of Admissions and Case Management for several hospital systems. Most recently, she helped develop the Clinical Appeals Unit for one of the ten largest Catholic health systems by serving as the manager of the department.
Ms. Turner received her Bachelors of Science in Education and Masters of Science in Community Health from the University of Memphis. She earned her Bachelors of Nursing degree from Saint Louis University and she is a certified case manager.
This webinar will be available on-demand for a period of 90 days.
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.
23 (Sunday) - 25 (Tuesday) CST
Hyatt Regency San Antonio Riverwalk
123 Losoya Street, San Antonio, TX 78205
The room block is open at the Hyatt Regency San Antonio.
Our conference rate is $185 single/double, $210 triple, $235 quad + tax. Reserve your room HERE
The block’s cutoff date is July 7th or when all of the rooms sell out. There are a limited number of rooms available for the night of July 22nd and historically that Saturday night tends to sell quickly. Don’t delay!
TSCPA & HFMA Texas https://www.tscpa.org
TSPCA and HFMA have wrapped up the knowledge to keep you covered in the changing world of Health Care Accounting and Management! To Print the Mail in Registration, click HERE For more [...]
TSPCA and HFMA have wrapped up the knowledge to keep you covered in the changing world of Health Care Accounting and Management!
To Print the Mail in Registration, click HERE
For more information, please see the Conference Brochure
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17 (Thursday) - 18 (Friday) CST
Las Colinas Country Club
4400 N O Connor Rd, Irving, TX 75062
HFMA Lone Star
More Information Coming Soon! Thursday, August 17, 2017 8:00am - 8:30am Registration and Breakfast 8:30am - 9:30am [...]
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Course: 170801 | CPE: TBA | Level: TBA | Prerequisites: TBA
Course: 170802 | CPE: TBA | Level: TBA | Prerequisites: TBA
Course 170803 | CPE: 2.0 | Level: Entry/Intermediate |Prerequisites: None
Industry analysts IDC predicts that 30 percent of providers will use cognitive analytics against patient data and real world evidence for personalized medicine by 2018. A leading think tank warns that 1 in 3 jobs in UK will be replaced by robots over the next 20 years. The Artificial Intelligence (AI) revolution is here and everywhere. Its impacts and implications are shaping up the future of healthcare. This interactive session will introduce the foundation of AI, Machine Learning, and Deep learning using easy-to-understand terms and relatable examples, with emphasis on their practical uses in healthcare and how they transform personalized medicine and population health. Legal, ethical, and moral concerns for AI will be addressed.
• Explain the concepts, trends and development in AI, Machine Learning and Deep Learning in an easy and relatable way
• Discuss the practical uses of many AI applications in healthcare and
• Describe how AI transforms the future of medicine and personalized patient care
Anyone interested in the future of healthcare.
Sam is a seasoned healthcare executive and faculty with 25+ years of experience in health IT, healthcare finance, big data analytics, and continuous quality improvement, including in the role of COO, CIO, VP of Analytics, Senior Director, Director of Medical/Healthcare Informatics. He is a faculty at UC Irvine and USC Price School of Public Policy.
Sam currently is the Chief Information and Innovation Officer for a healthcare startup. He is a long time HFMA volunteer serving in many national, region and chapter roles (including HFMA National Advisory Council, SoCal Chapter President-elect, National Board of Examiners, CHFP Exam Standard Setting Committee, Yerger judge, Region 11 Education Committee Co-Chair and Chair). Additionally, He served as President of HIMSS SoCal Chapter with over 2,400 members, Chair of the HIMSS National Chapters Task Force, and on HIMSS National Davies Committee on the use of HIT and EHRs. He received HFMA Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Medal of Honor, and several Yerger Special Recognition awards. He received the 2012 HIMSS National Chapter Leader of the Year Award. Under his presidency HIMSS SoCal chapter received HIMSS National Chapter of the Year award in 2011. He is a frequent speaker/moderator at national and professional conferences addressing health IT and healthcare finance challenge facing our society. He trains healthcare leaders in the US and internationally.
Course: 170804 | CPE: 1.5 | Level: TBA | Prerequisites: TBA
Course: 170805 | CPE: 1.0 | Level: TBA | Prerequisites: TBA
Course: 170807 | CPE: 1.0 | Level: TBA | Prerequisites: TBA
Course: 170808 | CPE: 1.0 | Level: TBA | Prerequisites: TBA
Course: 170809 | CPE: 1.0 | Level: Intermediate | Prerequisites: None
This presentation will focus on our new Charge Capture program and how we have re-structured our process to reduce the quantity, gross dollars and post-discharge days with Late Charges. A large focus on reporting and building outside vendor relationships will also be discussed.
Course Objectives: Reducing Late Charges, Charge Reconciliation, and Executive Reporting
Attendees should include: Revenue Cycle, Revenue Integrity and possibly Supply Chain/Surgical departments
Lena C. Tisten, Director-Revenue Integrity & Compliance, CHRISTUS Health
Lena Tisten is the Director of Revenue Integrity and Compliance at CHRISTUS Health, providing support with ChargeMaster and Charge Capture programs. Her passion for improving charge capture has resulted in a range of success through financial reporting, leadership support and enhanced vendor relationships.
Lena received a Bachelor’s of Science degree from Indiana University with a focus in Healthcare Administration and Economics. Throughout her 15 year career in the Healthcare industry, Lena has worked in various aspects of the Revenue Cycle including Patient Access, Patient Financial Services and HIM. She also serves on the Leadership Development Team to help develop other healthcare leaders.
Course: 170810 | CPE: 1.0 | Level: TBA | Prerequisites: TBA
Course: 170811 | CPE: 1.0 | Level: TBA | Prerequisites: TBA
Course: 170812 | CPE: 1.0 | Level: TBA | Prerequisites: TBA
Course: 170813 | CPE: 1.0 | Level: TBA | Prerequisites: TBA