At HFMA's Digital Annual Conference, President and CEO Joe Fifer presented CMS Administrator Seema Verma with the Association's highest honor: the Richard L. Clarke Board of Directors Award in recognition of her outstanding contributions to healthcare in a role that involves oversight of a $1 trillion budget, representing 26% of the total federal budget, and administration of health coverage programs for more than 130 million Americans. Following the presentation, Fifer and Verma had a Q&A session in which she addressed price transparency, the pandemic, and the future of value-based care.
Rep. Suzan Delbene’s value-based payment legislation and Humana’s population health milestone in Medicare Advantage markets
Rich Daly interviews Rep. Suzan Delbene about the Value in Health Care Act, proposed legislation that would make a series of hospital-supported changes to value-based programs operated by Medicare. Andrew Renda of Humana talks about how the company improved Healthy Days in Medicare Advantage markets. In a sponsored segment, MedAssist Senior Vice President Nate Allen and Carilion Clinic's Vice President of Revenue Cycle Brett Tracy discuss Medicaid expansion in Virginia.
Doug Morse, CEO of Iowa's Hansen Family Hospital, and Rebecca Marsh, a senior vice president at nThrive, discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has forced many healthcare organizations to ramp up their telehealth strategies quickly and how that increase in telehealth has introduced opportunities for telehealth in rural communities.
A surprising analysis around hospital reimbursement during the COVID-19 pandemic. Plus: What is Joe Biden’s healthcare plan?
Iodine Software's Troy Wasilefsky discusses a recent analysis his company performed around hospital reimbursement. Some of the results may surprise you. Also in this episode, Rich Daly and Chad Mulvany discuss Joe Biden's healthcare plan.
Venson Wallin and Richard Walker of BDO Consulting discuss cash: how to get it, how to keep it, and how to use it wisely.
Dr. Tim Hendrix of Florida’s AdventHealth Centra Care: How to safely welcome anxious patients back into your hospital or physician practice.
Hospitals and physician's offices have opened back up for non-emergent care. Dr. Tim Hendrix of Florida's AdventHealth Centra Care discusses how his organization is making patients feel safe and welcome. Also in this episode, HFMA's Community Melanie Binder talks about how attendees of the upcoming Digital Annual Conference can make the most of their conference experience by using HFMA's Community.
Healthcare organizations have changed a lot about the way they do business during the COVID-19 pandemic, and some changes seem to be sticking. Chris Ingersoll of R1RCM talks about the business practices that might stay part of the routine.
Why Sharing Infection Rates and Other Information With Healthcare Organizations is Crucial in Preparing for the Future of COVID-19
Terry Hush of Roji Health Intelligence discusses what healthcare organizations should do to prepare for future waves of the coronavirus.
HFMA Policy Director Chad Mulvany and TransUnion Principal Jonathan Wiik offer perspectives on healthcare organizations reopening for elective procedures. Also, HFMA Director of Chapter Relations Tracy Packingham talks about the Association's virtual events.
Lucy Zielinski and Dan Marino follow up on Zielinski's successful Virtual Conference presentation by tackling some of the most challenging aspects of telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic. Also in this episode, Christopher Dunkerley of sponsor TRIMEDX discusses his vision for better clinical asset management.