COVID-19 has altered how the healthcare industry delivers care, and ultimately how it pays for those services. From new modes of care delivery to innovative medical services and evolving payer policies, the healthcare reimbursement landscape is changing. Payers and providers need to keep up to ensure financial stability after one of the most volatile times in modern healthcare’s history.

Join us for an in-depth look at strategies payers and providers are implementing to build a more resilient healthcare system, while continuing to align themselves with a more consumer-oriented, technology-driven population.

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Agenda

Panel: Coding and Clinical Documentation to Decrease Denials
Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at 12:00 ET

Accurate coding and clinical documentation are key to getting reimbursed quickly and correctly. Yet, providers are still bogged down by claim rework and denials. As providers look to recover from the pandemic and thrive in the future, coding and clinical document improvement should be top priorities for finance leaders.
Ginna Evans, MBA, RHIA, CPC, CRC, FAHIMA, Coding Educator - IM Specialties Division, Emory Healthcare
Vanessa Moldovan, CPC, CPPM, CPMA, CPC-I, Revenue Cycle Manager, HCA Healthcare; AAPC National Advisory Board
Michael B. Rivers, MD, Director of Ophthalmology, Modernizing Medicine

Keynote: Recovery, Resiliency, Reimbursement
Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at 1:00 ET

Recovery, resiliency, and reimbursement are all top priorities for healthcare leaders after experiencing historic patient volume and revenue declines during the COVID-19 pandemic. Leaders are now tasked with rebuilding a more resilient healthcare system in which providers can sustain care transformations and ensure access to high-quality, affordable care in the event of another public health crisis.
Joseph Walker, CFA, Senior Vice President and Corporate Treasurer, Providence

2021 Changes to Remote Physiologic Monitoring
Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at 2:00 ET

The 2021 Physician Fee Schedule went into effect on January 1.  This year’s final rule includes important clarifications and new requirements, including:
  • Interactive communication
  • Collection of data
  • Devices used
  • Establishment of patient-physician relationship
Please join us as we discuss rule changes, as well as temporary waivers during the public health emergency, and new questions raised by this year’s annual update.
Robert Jarrin, Managing Member, The Omega Concern, LLC

Keynote: What Does 2021 Hold for Providers?
Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at 3:00 ET

2020 threw the healthcare industry a curveball, causing providers to rethink their financial, operational, and clinical strategies for the year. Now, providers are planning for a different world in which COVID-19 vaccines exist, virtual care is becoming part of normal care delivery, and a new administration is taking over.
Robert Flannery, CPA, Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, UW Health

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