On-Demand Webinar: Win the Revenue Leakage War

July 21, 2017
Forces of reform have converged on the US healthcare delivery system. Payment reform can be uneven and inconsistent, especially considering today’s political climate. In the meantime, ambulatory services organization’s revenue cycle operations are falling victim to insidious—sometimes hidden—revenue leakage that imperils cash flow and productivity. Many of these causes of revenue leakage are due to costly and inefficient manual processes, poorly-functioning computer systems, and sub-optimal organizations.
Join David Hammer and ZirMed for Win the Revenue Leakage War. In this presentation we will discuss the various causes of revenue leakage in ambulatory services organizations and how they tighten the squeeze on already-compressed reimbursement margins. We will also discuss how providers can address these challenges using root-cause analysis and prioritization of actions to drive change across the three key revenue cycle areas:
  • Upstream – Financial Clearance and Credentialing
  • Midstream – Revenue Integrity and Coding
  • Downstream – Financial Settlement

David Hammer | Principal, Healthcare Performance Management Consulting

David Hammer is a Principal in Healthcare Performance Management Consulting’s revenue cycle and managed care practice, specializing in revenue cycle, contracting, and health reform. David has over 30 years of professional healthcare experience, including executive leadership, revenue cycle transformation, information system planning, implementation, and consulting. He holds an MBA in Management and an MHS in Health Administration from the University of Florida. He is active in the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) and the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), from which he holds the FHFMA and CHFP designations.

David is on the editorial advisory board of Revenue Cycle & Operations Management magazine, and he serves as the revenue cycle expert for HFMA’s “Ask the Experts” column.

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