Patient Pay: How it will Affect Your Health System’s Performance

Bruce Haupt, Sr. VP, ClearBalance

Patient pay is an increasingly important revenue source for health systems. Hear findings from exclusive research of CFOs and VP of Patient Financial Services. Learn about steps you can take to anticipate and address patient pay, reduce debt, improve operating income and increase staff, physician and patient satisfaction.

Competing on Patient Engagement
Mike Hubble, Senior Director, The Advisory Board Company

Learn how organizations are competing on patient engagement across episodes of care, care management and population health to increase patient loyalty.

Finding Financial Opportunity with Patient Pay
Jeff Hurst, SVP Finance, Florida Hospital
Florida Hospital is on a journey to drive out waste and improve performance. The organization is being proactive to address patient pay, which has increased 15%. Learn about Florida Hospital’s results and best practices that accelerate cash, reduce bad debt and improve patient satisfaction.

The Future of Uncompensated Care
David Lumbert, Senior Director, The Advisory Board
Learn about the forces impacting uncompensated care, implications if left unchecked and steps you can take to protect your organization's financial performance.

Revenue Cycle Innovation: Strategies to Support Organizational Goals
Jim Logsdon, VP, Revenue Cycle Operations/Strategic Revenue Services, Texas Health Resources
With a network of 25 hospitals throughout the Lone Star state, leaders at Texas Health Resources are always looking for ways to improve clinical and financial performance. Attend this webinar to hear about innovative steps the Revenue Cycle department has taken to centralize and reduce operating costs (creating a virtual CBO), increase patient pay collections, reduce write-offs and improve patient satisfaction.

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