On Tuesday, June 28 Brookwood, Brookwood Baptist Health will be presenting at the Healthcare Financial Management Association’s (HFMA) 2016 National Institute in Las Vegas.
Rosh Plugge, director of revenue systems, and Pete Welch, M.B.A., senior revenue cycle analyst of Brookwood Baptist Health, will share how analytics enabled them to pinpoint trends, analyze root causes, and resolve issues encountered when moving to an electronic health record system—all in an effort to meet the demands of population health and value-based reimbursement. During this process, Brookwood Baptist Health was able to:
- Convert to Epic while maintaining self-service analytics
- Aggregate data for population health management
- Efficiently manage month-end reserves
- Track and trend self-pay and point-of-service collections
- Reduce AR days
When: Tuesday, June 28, 2:00-3:15pm
Where: Veronese Hall, Room 2402, The Venetian, Las Vegas
Come see us at booth #1030 for a personalized demonstration of our next-generation Business Office solution that helps you take control of denials and accelerate time to cash so you can approach value-based reimbursement with confidence.
About HFMA’s 2016 National Institute
HFMA’s 2016 National Institute brings together healthcare finance professionals from around the country to participate in more than 90 expert-led sessions, network with their peers, and check out what’s new from more than 400 industry suppliers in the exhibit hall. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from a broad spectrum of key industry decision makers on the intricacies and realities of maintaining fiscally healthy healthcare organizations.
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