January 13, 2021
A year ago, things were looking good for working women. At the end of 2019, the number of women in the workplace surpassed the number of men for the first time in a decade. But the pandemic has driven so many women out of the workforce to undo that progress, according to a recent report from McKinsey & Company.
In this episode, Annie Kurdziel and Elizabeth Newman from McKinsey & Company, join us to discuss the challenges they face as working moms as well as some strategies for individuals, managers and leadership as the United States approaches the one-year mark on widespread remote work and school.
Also in this episode, Laurie Heavey from sponsor ClearBalance talks about new research on patient-friendly payment.
December 16, 2020
Ogi Kwon of R1RCM discusses going beyond CMS price transparency compliance and toward a better patient experience. Chris Dunkerly and Doug Folsom from our sponsor TRIMEDX talk about about medical device cybersecurity. Five ways to strengthen patient relationships with sponsor CareCredit.
December 2, 2020
HFMA President and CEO interviews Lee Rivas of CloudMed about his leadership journey and how he's built his team during the pandemic. Rich Daly interviews Nicole Farrow and Andrew Johnson from Change Healthcare about trends and solutions in prior authorization.
November 18, 2020
Emad Rizk of Cotiviti discusses the fraud, waste and abuse risks of telehealth, and Sondra Cari from sponsor Huron talks about the opportunities of revenue cycle learning.
October 21, 2020
Chris Hobson, from Orion Health discusses CMS’s upcoming deadline for interoperability requirements for payers and Geneva Schlabach from Vispa and Mike Duke from Baker Tilly talk about denials management.
October 7, 2020
Dr. Andrew Hertler of New Century Health discusses how telehealth can help keep patients on track with cancer screenings and treatment. Also in this episode, productivity expert Stever Robbins tells us once and for all how to handle email (Hint: It's not folders.)
September 23, 2020
Chad Mulvany talks with members of the task force that developed recommendations around self-pay accounts receivable best practices, Rich Daly interviews Rep. Roger Marshall about his efforts to get CMS to speed up their overhaul of Stark and Antitrust laws. Gregory Adams from sponsor organization Panacea discusses some aspects of CMS's price transparency rule that hospitals might be missing.
September 9, 2020
Kim Scaccia from Wisconsin-based Mercyhealth discusses how her organization cracked the code on a remote work force. Quintin Smith from Baker Tilly talks about staying positive after a layoff. And HFMA's Jennifer Novoseletsky tells us how members can share their good news with each other.
Jen's contact info:
Twitter handle: @JenNovo_HFMA
August 26, 2020
Beth Kaplan of Deloitte & Touche discusses how a consistent process of assessment and adjustment can help healthcare organizations get through each phase of the pandemic and beyond. Also, HFMA Community Manager Melanie Binder announces a new Community Callout.