Nick Davis of the SSI Group discusses how building a culture of good patient financial communication can lead to better revenue cycle performance. HFMA Director Todd Nelson interviews Ryan Self from sponsor EPSi about how healthcare organizations can incorporate data analytics into their operations.
HFMA's Chad Mulvany talks about how stimulus funds could mean bad press for hospitals. Rick Kes and Matt Wolf from RSM discuss FEMA and the CARES Act. Aaron Bujnowski from the Chartis Group shares insights about how supporting care teams can fit into the financial strategic plan. Also in this episode: A special announcement from HFMA's Joe Fifer, Mary Mirabelli and Bill Casey and a call for questions for a special upcoming episode.
HFMA President and CEO Joe Fifer talks with Billie Jean Mounts from Bon Secours Mercy Health about how her organization has responded to the financial challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic.
Keith Gruebele of BHG Patient Lending discusses the importance of gentle but productive patient financial conversations in a time when the clinical and financial stakes are higher than ever. Also in this episode, two leaders from Luminis Health in Maryland share their story of consolidating their revenue cycle practices.
Ed Giniat, a partner at KPMG, discusses the challenges of financial reporting during the coronavirus crisis and the guidance his organization has issued on the topic.
The Latest on COVID-19, How Hospitals Can Bolster Their Communities, and Revenue Cycle Technology Opportunities
HFMA's Rich Daly and Chad Mulvany talk about the latest from Washington on the coronavirus. Scott Rowe of Conifer Health Solutions discusses revenue cycle technology, and Marla Weston, former CEO of the American Nurses Association, talks about everyday business practices that hospitals can use to bolster their communities. This episode is sponsored by GHX.
Special Episode: Coronavirus Exclusive with CFO Tim Maurice of University of California at Davis Health System
UC Davis Medical Center made headlines recently when providers there treated the first case of community spread coronavirus in the United States. In this episode, CFO Tim Maurice speaks with Joe Fifer about the health system's experience in this unprecedented health crisis. Also in this episode, Rich Daly and Chad Mulvany discuss the latest coronavirus news from Washington, and HFMA's Todd Nelson shares five tips for employees who are working remotely for the first time.
Ceci Connolly of the Alliance of Community Health Plans talks with HFMA President and CEO Joe Fifer about the slow move to value and why health systems should be watching outside disruptors. Also, HFMA Chair Mike Allen interviews Optum360's Todd Gustin.
Rich Daly and Chad Mulvany cover the latest from Washington on the coronavirus, Joe Polaris of R1 RCM discusses how to reap the promised benefits of M&A and Rich Daly talks about his interview with Lisa Woods of Walmart.
Joe Fifer interviews Janie Wade, CFO at SCL Health in Colorado. They discuss the future of value-based care, the importance of good consumerism strategies and how the industry is changing for women.