Wednesday, November 18, 2015 | College Football Hall of Fame | Atlanta, GA
Data-Driven Revenue Cycle:
Post ICD-10 Strategies to Avoid Claims Denial, Position for M&A, and Leverage Technology to Support Growth
October 1, 2015 – Healthcare’s version of Y2K has come and passed with the go-live of new ICD-10 coding requirements, which have forced many hospital executive teams to turn their eye to the future.
In the coming months, the impact of ICD-10 will be felt through every portion of the healthcare revenue cycle, forcing executive teams to re-examine every aspect of the enterprise revenue stream. The limitations of technologies, data use, and analytics systems must be pushed in the management of the revenue cycle to prevent claims denials and gaps in patient care.
In this new era for the healthcare revenue cycle, and with the implementations of these new systems and mandates, how can an enterprise remain nimble to position themselves for potential mergers, acquisitions, or partnerships–and how do analytics and big data concepts ultimately play a key role?
Join Healthcare Informatics and top healthcare IT executives for a complimentary event featuring a networking reception, cocktails, a roundtable discussion among regional hospital executives, and a personalized tour of the College Football Hall of Fame.
Don’t miss this dialogue among top hospital executives from across the state of Georgia and beyond, as they:
- Define the top challenges hospitals and health systems have faced thus far in the post ICD-10 transition.
- Outline applied best practices to leverage data in the prevention of claims denial, and the improvement in the management of claims.
- Diagram the data-driven strategies and technologies impacting management of the revenue cycle.
- Examine how hospitals and health systems have positioned their revenue cycle processes as they explore potential mergers, acquisitions, and partnerships.