ANNUAL REVENUE CYCLE INSTITUTE
This Institute includes:Internal Revenue Code 501r Activity Update: All hospitals will be required to have fully implemented IRC 501r by the end of the year. IRS audit activity has already started in areas that were to have been in place in the early phases of IRC 501r implementation. Learn more about those activities and what you should be aware of.Pricing Transparency: The constructs of the U.S. healthcare system are complex, not consumer friendly, and constantly changing. Pricing is one area that is equally confusing and complex to both the consumers of care and the systems providing that care. Pricing transparency was a movement that started many years ago when consumers and the media began pressuring providers to make sense out of their bills and cost of care. The proverbial examples of the $10 aspirin continue to plague the industry. Consumers and emerging competitors demand hospitals adopt rational price structures.This session discusses the journey of healthcare pricing and the successes and failures of providers. We’ll review methodologies, considerations, and processes to transform an organization’s reimbursement and pricing methodologies, as well as the implications that emerging reimbursement models will have on our current charge structures.The presentation will:
Meaningful Denials Reporting: Developing denial mitigation strategies begins with interpreting data. Listen to a Revenue Analyst describe one hospital’s Denial Management development over the past two years. Topics for review include interpreting denial data, meaningful reporting, developing denial mitigation strategies, and efforts to minimize revenue write-offs.Clinical Documentation Improvement (CDI): A Kentucky Hospital System Case Study: CDI program initiatives are becoming more widespread as providers face the challenges of a changing healthcare delivery model centering around quality, value and outcomes. Hear a success story of CDI implementation at a two hospital CAH system in Kentucky from the Case Management Director overseeing and managing the CDI program.A Bill You Can Understand: In June 2016, DHHS, in conjunction with AARP, issued a challenge to US Healthcare Providers to design "A Bill You Can Understand". The challenge had two objectives: Redesigning the Medical Bill and Redesigning the Medical Bill Process. Awards were to be given to the top innovators. Hear from one of the judges on the design challenge process, research insights and the results.High Deductible Health Plans: With an increase in High Deductible Health Plans self-pay will grow and will be one of the largest financial classes for many providers. In this session, you’ll learn the effects of patient education and how it can benefit your patients and bottom-line. You will also walk away from this session with a toolkit ready to discuss the patient’s bill.Who Should Attend: CFOs, Revenue Cycle Managers, Controllers, and Reimbursement Staff. Non-HFMA members are always welcome.Your attendance may qualify for 7.5 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits. We have computed the education credits based on an equivalent of 50 minutes for each education credit hour. You are responsible for maintaining adequate records and determining if the content of this program meets the professional licensing requirements of your state.
Wednesday, November 9, 2016 7:45 AM - 3:30 PMEastern Time
The Fireside Inn & Suites25 Airport RoadWest Lebanon, New Hampshire 03784(603) 298-5906
NH-VT Chapter HFMA
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