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Boosting top-line revenue and bottom-line performance while delivering a stellar patient experience has become more challenging than ever before. As outpatient services have exceeded 40% of hospital and health system revenue - finance, revenue cycle management and department heads are being pressured to maximize revenue and reduce expenses. The fastest way to increase profitability is a laser focus on revenue cycle management workflow, leakage, and write-offs.
This webinar will share findings of outpatient RCM research conducted by HMFA. It will highlight the latest approaches, technology, and analytics to improve workflow automation that address RCM gaps. Plus, the top five lessons curated from over 100 RCM implementations will be shared.
Attendees will gain an understanding of the:
- Real-world RCM challenges that are being experienced and their impact
- Realities and complexities of outpatient RCM and the role that AI, automation, and analytics play
- Approaches being undertaken to reduce revenue leakage and write-offs
- Trends, drivers, and outcomes of outpatient RCM outsourcing
- Biggest areas of focus when undertaking an RCM workflow gap analysis
VP Engineering, XIFIN, Inc.
Jeff Carmichael’s engineering leadership spans over 20 years and encompasses networking, security, and healthcare software and systems. He brings a career-long focus on data-driven insights and prediction through advanced data modeling across several industries.
VP Implementations, XIFIN, Inc.
Mike Corley leads cross-functional teams in customer implementations across multiple XIFIN product lines: RPM, LIS, and VisualStrata. With over 20 years of experience in the healthcare billing industry, Mike focuses on system interfaces and integrations, operational workflow automation, and managing large-scale implementations.
VP Product and Partner Marketing, XIFIN, Inc.
Sandra Greefkes leads the product and partner marketing team at XIFIN, Inc. and has more than 20 years of experience helping business, public sector and healthcare leaders learn how they can leverage digital transformation strategies for competitive differentiation and to increase profitability.