Financial/Revenue Cycle Management
03:20 pm April 10, 2017
HIMSS17 Social Media Ambassadors Mandi Bishop and Colin Hung discuss the overlap between payer and provider services to patients, who does what and why.
09:02 am March 29, 2017
(SPONSORED) This panel discussion explores navigating value-based care and different strategies, solutions and opportunities in that space. Co-hosted by This Just In's Justin's Barnes and Tom Sullivan of Healthcare IT News.
02:35 pm February 20, 2017
Hear from Rebecca Kaul, Chief Innovation Officer at MD Anderson Cancer Center, as she discusses the transformative role of innovation in healthcare and how the industry can learn from disruption applied in other industries.
06:23 pm February 19, 2017
When patients are given multiple options to satisfy their financial obligations, the ability to pay their bill becomes more manageable.
08:45 am October 03, 2016
The scope of changes under MACRA has healthcare organizations concerned they may not be prepared once implementation begins.
04:02 pm February 17, 2016
Elli Riley, Director for Events and Meeting Services at HIMSS, offers a brief overview of what attendees at HIMSS16 can expect from educational sessions to the expansive exhibit floor. Watch more video coverage of HIMSS16
08:35 am May 26, 2015
Linda Burt, Chief Financial Officer for Nebraska Methodist Health System, talks about how her organization has adapted to the ever-changing financial landscape in healthcare by adding specialized staff and adopting new technologies.
08:58 am May 13, 2015
Bert Zimmerli, EVP and CFO at Intermountain Healthcare, discusses the future of revenue cycle management in healthcare, especially in the context of connected health.
05:57 pm April 12, 2015
Jeffery D. Hurst, SVP Finance at Florida Hospital, describes changes in revenue cycle management at his organization, including a focus on analytics and driving patient engagement.
11:10 am August 01, 2013
Farzad Mostashari, Dick Foster and Uwe Reinhardt lead a panel discussion at Health Datapalooza IV to discuss whether or not the current surge in public and private sector spending on health IT programs is going to reduce healthcare costs.