2021 HEALTHCARE FINANCE & REVENUE CYCLE MANAGEMENT FORUMS
Explore the value of connecting with senior healthcare executives in this curated platform of peer-to-peer learning.
Our dedicated approach to industry research ensures timely and forward-thinking agenda topics. With a blend of presentations and small-group boardroom discussions, attendees gain practical solutions to key challenges.
In an intimate setting of finance and revenue cycle management executives, attendees develop an expanded professional network of peers. Agendas are designed to deliver thoughtful discussion and shared learning.
Create a custom agenda within a curated platform of panel discussions and intimate boardroom sessions. Knowledge share and peer engagement is maximized with a limited number of didactic presentations.
Income Recovery Strategies Following Impact of the Pandemic
Financial Planning, Analysis & Accounting in Healthcare
Improving Financial Health of Hospitals & Health Systems
Preventative Measures to Reduce & Manage Denials
Impact of Health Policy on Reimbursement & Finance
Improved Revenue Cycle Through Payer & Provider Relations
Patient Engagement in Receivables & Revenue Stability
Technology & Automation of Revenue Cycle Management
The Healthcare Finance & Revenue Cycle Management Forums delivery method is either Group Internet Based or Live and is approved for up to 10 CPE credits per program. The program level for the Healthcare Finance & Revenue Cycle Management Forum is intermediate, and the recommended field of study is finance. There are no prerequisites or advanced preparations required to attend this forum.
What Attendees Are Saying
“I found it really helpful to hear what others are doing during these different times. It was a great experience for me.”
– Senior Director, Finance at Emerson Hospital
“I really enjoyed the forum and hearing what others in the industry are experiencing. I look forward to future engagements.”
– Director, Physician Network at Hackensack Meridian Health
“The sessions I joined were very worthwhile. It is always great to hear how others operationalize similar workflows to gain ideas/suggestions of how to improve your own operational processes.”
– Director, HIM/Utilization Management at University of Rochester Medical Center
“It was very interesting to see that everyone is going through the same struggles and what plans people are implementing to address issues.”
– Director of Revenue at Temple University Hospital
Attendees by Job Title
Attendees by Type of Facility
Acute Care Facilities
University Medical Centers
Long Term Care Facilities
Attendees by Facility Size
Less than 200 beds