The extreme pressure placed upon today's hospital CFOs leaves little room for missed revenue opportunities. This webinar is designed to help CFOs understand the symptoms of revenue leakage that impede the financial health of their hospitals. Participants will gain the insight and direction to begin detecting leakage at its source and prevent it from occurring in the future.
In this focused discussion you'll learn:
Revenue leakage can be hard to define as its sources are constantly changing. Gain a better understanding of the symptoms that cause revenue leakage and how these missed revenue opportunities occur between the point of service, billing, coding and revenue cycle processes.
While most organizations understand a gap in revenue collected and revenue earned exists in their revenue cycles, many don't realize the extent to which this revenue leakage impacts their bottom line. If left unaddressed its effect on financial health can compound overtime.
Identifying revenue leakage is extremely difficult as its symptoms are deeply hidden within internal documentation, billing and coding processes. Learn how to identify its root causes and what changes are needed to prevent it from occurring in the future.
Keith Tucker is an executive vice president of provider services at Intermedix, where he has served for 28 years. He has extensive experience with client relations, provider education, coding policy, compliance and audit defense as well as business development. He enjoys health care policy and serves on the Coding and Documentation Committee for the Emergency Department Practice Management Association and the Coding and Nomenclature Advisory Committee for the American College of Emergency Physicians. Keith began his health care career in 1976 as a paramedic and is a lifelong resident of Oklahoma.
Justin Schaper is the Senior Vice President of Analytics at Intermedix. With a focus on improving provider performance and organizational operations, Justin oversees the organization’s predictive and prescriptive analytics tools and services. He has 28 years of information technology experience. Prior to joining Intermedix, Justin held the position of Chief Information Officer at PSR. He studied theoretical physics at the University of Colorado Boulder.