The pandemic has forced financial leaders to look harder at their bottom line and figure out ways to minimize risk, improve claims management and reduce denials. Join us for a closer look at the challenges of revenue cycle management and best practices for successfully navigating reimbursement policies and procedures.
Working Agenda and Proposed Topics

Keynote
Gerilynn Sevenikar, Vice President Revenue Cycle, Sharp HealthCare

Implementing RPA in Revenue Cycle Strategies
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is a key technology solution for financial and operational growth that allows organizations to automate manual and repetitive tasks to reduce costs, increase collections and refocus providers and staff on meaningful tasks. With RPA, processes can be streamlined to ensure that all possible revenue is captured and that cash flow is constant. In this innovative session presented by Michelle Souferian, attendees will learn how RPA technology can improve current revenue cycle processes.
  • Understand RPA and how it can benefit your organization’s revenue cycle management
  • Develop a deeper understanding of how RPA can be used to improve processes and free up your staff to work on other important tasks
  • Explore strategies for implementing RPA in your current revenue cycle workflows and processes
Michelle Souferian, Vice President, Operations, Allscripts Revenue Cycle Management

Editorial Panel: Value-Based Care and Contracting
Value-based contracts have helped providers respond to the COVID-19 pandemic without the burden of low fee-for-service volumes. Now, providers are looking to engage in more value-based care to maintain financial stability and push forward with population health.

Editorial Panel: Patient Collections & Uncompensated Care
COVID-19 led to an economic crisis in addition to a public health emergency. As a result of that and the ongoing popularity of high-deductible health plans, providers are facing an uptick in self-pay, uninsured, and underinsured patients. Providers must rethink patient collection strategies in order to minimize uncompensated care and bad debt while remaining sensitive to the financial hardships of their patients.

Proactive Revenue Cycle Management
Data analytics, artificial intelligence, and other new technologies are enabling providers to get ahead of revenue cycle management instead of waiting on claims denials and rework to happen. What does it mean to have a proactive revenue cycle and how are providers successfully transitioning from a reactive way of managing?

Price Transparency & Hospital Chargemaster Management
Hospitals have been sharing pricing information under new CMS rules for months now. Explore how hospitals are complying with the requirements, optimizing hospital chargemaster management, and making pricing information more consumable for patients.

Claim Denials Management
Claim denials are one of the biggest roadblocks to a seamless revenue cycle. Hear how providers are getting ahead of denials, minimizing rework, and leveraging technology to reduce denial rates and submit clean claims from the start.

Top Revenue Cycle Challenges After COVID-19
COVID-19 taught healthcare leaders that a smooth revenue cycle is more important than ever. So what are the top challenges creating roadblocks for organizations? What are the key improvements healthcare leaders have realized since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic?

Rebuilding the Supply Chain
COVID-19 broke many links in the healthcare supply chain, forcing providers to rebuild their processes in order to respond to the pandemic. But rebuilding the supply chain will also involve creating a more resilient process that can respond to public health crises while ensuring access to care and keeping costs low.
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