This session will provide insight and understanding of the core qualities needed for health centers to approach the business aspects of operations, management, and service delivery.
Discover practical management and operating techniques health centers can use to maximize financial performance before, during, and after the patient visit process.
This session will focus on the importance of cash flow analysis for decision-making purposes. This session will give you the skills you need to conduct liquidity and profitability ratio analysis, assess the impact that changes in costs have on financial statements and understand how these relate to a company’s financial targets.
This session will outline the different levels of financial and operational reporting in health centers, based on the impact of each; and, examine their individual key performance indicators.
This session will provide an introduction to project management for health center finance managers, including an overview of the five project management process groups and ten knowledge areas.
This session will review the technological state of information systems in health centers nationally, with specific reference to the accounting, billing, practice management, and electronic medical records systems. You will learn how systems can be used for maximizing seamless data flow among health center departments and sites. Additional attention will be paid to the need for health centers to leverage technology to better manage information.
This session will review synergy between financial and operational processes.
This session will provide valuable insight into the contracting world of managed care organizations and help health centers prepare and position themselves to respond effectively. This includes: an overview of strategies and metrics payers use when evaluating and contracting with new and existing providers; an exploration of what motivates their business decisions; and approaches to new markets and products, such as qualified health plans (QHPs). We will also examine the various care models in the marketplace as payers hold providers accountable for the cost and quality of each patient’s care.
This session will update the attendees on the ending of COVID funds and share best practices on moving forward strategically to be compliant with all COVID fund requirements.