2018 Revenue Cycle Summit: Road Map to Revenue
A part of the NYHIMA/HFMA Partnership Education Series
Come & join us for a full day educational session! Breakfast & lunch included in the price! Attendees will be entered into a raffle for the chance to win some extraordinary prizes!
This full-day summit will cover:
This summit will provide an overview of how to effectively manage today’s challenges within the revenue cycle of health care organizations. This will include looking at “people, processes and technology” approach to identify best practices for managing HCCs as well as the integration of coding, quality, and CDI to develop your HCC program across the continuum. In addition, the summit will focus on identifying current payer trends to watch and how to prevent denials across the revenue cycle, from registration to final billing.
Available CEUs: This program is approved for 6 CEUs.
**Please note that no partial CEU certificates will be awarded – full CEU credit will be given at the conclusion of the summit**
CEUs will only be given out if registration fees are paid in full.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Hospital, Physician Practice, and Long-Term Care CEOs, CFOs, COOs, Management and Staff from Finance, Physician Practice Administration, Patient Financial Services, Patient Access, Reimbursement, Health Information Management, Compliance, and Information Services.
NYHIMA Dues Paying Members & HFMA Members: $199.00
Non-NYHIMA/HFMA Members: $249.00
*HFMA Members (to include student members), please use the discount code provided by HFMA to ensure the above pricing. Discount code can be entered on the payment page.
8 – 8:45: Registration & Breakfast
8:45 – 9:00: Opening Session
9:00 – 10:30: Session #1 with Phil Goyeau
10:30 – 10:45: Break
10:45 – 12:00 Session #2 with Pam D’Apuzzo
12:00 – 1:00 Lunch
1:00 – 2:30 Session #3 with Phil Goyeau
2:30 – 2:45 Break
2:45 – 4:15 Session #4 with Pam D’Apuzzo
4:15 – 4:30 Closing Session (Q&A and Raffle Drawing)
About the sessions:
Click Here to view Pam D’Apuzzo’s presentation information
Presented by Phil Goyeau:
HCCs: The next chapter – Integrating coding, quality and CDI to develop your HCC program across the continuum.The healthcare industry has moved well beyond simply understanding how HCCs will impact revenue and change the delivery of care to our patient populations. To thrive in the transition from volume to value and moving toward inevitable financial risk, providers can leverage and expand coding, quality and CDI programs to enhance accurate HCC capture and ensure proper future reimbursement. This session will look a “people, processes and technology” approach to best practices for managing HCCs.
Payer Denial Trends: Don’t just manage payer denials, prevent them. Payer denials hit the average hospital hard—with real impact from lost reimbursement, rework and productivity. In this session, we will take a close look at current payer trends to watch and how to prevent denials across the revenue cycle, from registration to final billing. We will highlight best practices and common pitfalls, such as incomplete review processes that cause denials as well as creating a plan for a successful denial management program.
About the speakers:
Phil Goyeau, a Revenue Cycle Solutions Sales Executive for 3M Health Information Systems, brings more than 18 years of experience in healthcare quality and hospital operations. At 3M, he helps clients build revenue cycle solutions that can help enhance coding and reimbursement, maximize revenue and improve quality outcomes.
Pam D’Apuzzo has over 25 years of healthcare consulting experience spanning academic medical centers, community hospitals, faculty practice plans and large private practices. She has consulting experience in all areas of practice and is a recognized industry expert in the area of coding and compliance. Pam conducts educational and training seminars and provides comprehensive compliance programs at New York’s leading healthcare institutions. She also has a successful record of practice management services including operational and billing reviews, practice assessments, practice startup assistance and EMR implementation.
A formal agenda will follow.