This on-demand webinar focuses on how organizations are approaching SDOH to improve health outcomes for patients and members, while enriching their experiences and lowering costs of care. Key topics include: sourcing SDOH data and privacy guidelines, optimizing engagement strategies, and best practices around operationalization.
We dive into the hot topic of price transparency in healthcare, the upcoming OPPS Price Transparency Final Rule (CMS-1717-F2), and how to solve for the shoppable services portion of the mandate. We’ll additionally offer insights into how Silver Cross Hospital is embracing price transparency.
Hear from UC San Diego Health’s leader of Patient Revenue Cycle on the actions they’ve taken to tackle collections and catapult results. Understand their tech transformation to tackle segmentation, enhance collections and improve the patient experience and gain a first-hand look at their KPIs and timeline to success.
Explore CareMount Medical’s journey to implement and leverage digital engagement strategies, including online self-scheduling that provides patients with 24/7 access to the best match provider and appointment slots based on their care needs.
Greg Caressi, Senior Vice President, Transformational Health of Frost & Sullivan discusses how a successful transition to value-based care will become your hospital’s competitive advantage. Is your revenue cycle management prepared for this transition?
In this AMGA webinar, experts from Sanford Health discuss how medical group and health system leaders can incorporate data-driven workflow solutions into their revenue cycle to centrally manage and monitor every aspect of payer reimbursement, as well as reduce the cost to collect from patient accounts.
Access this webinar to learn how using an online, data-driven scheduling platform enables patients to schedule appointments online—improving patient access by fostering the integration and communication to make sure both patients and providers have a better care experience.
Learn how to balance your most important priorities, along with the key criteria needed to achieve the expertise to effectively collect patients’ increasing share of healthcare costs—while saving staff time and expense, and maintaining the patient/provider relationship.
Dr. Gettinger has extensive experience in the field of health information technology. He led the development of an electronic health record (EHR) system at Dartmouth and subsequently was the senior physician leader during Dartmouth’s transition to a vendor-based EHR.
Patients are paying more out of pocket, so they’re shopping around and being pickier about where they go for care. They want to be more involved in their care and manage their accounts online as they do with everything else.