Presenting episode two in our Building Towards Successful Policy Management webinar series - "Steps for Rolling Out a Policy Management Process". Now that we've appropriately established the foundation of a comprehensive policy management strategy for your organization, the second step in policy management is to begin the implementation process.
Implementing new policies into your organization can be one of the most daunting tasks in policy management. However, we're here to help and will break down the process into easily comprehensible steps that, when implemented, will ensure the success of your organization.
Join us on May 17th, 2018 at 2pm EST as special guests from IntraVires Health Compliance Consultants, Shelley Koltnow and Dan Fischer, for the second episode of our three-part policy management webinar series.
If you missed the first episode of the series, don't worry! This webinar series is not episodic, meaning you do not need to attend each one in the series in order to gain insight and understand what we cover in the next episode(s). You can download and watch the previous episode, "Having a Policy on Policies", by clicking here.
For the second episode of our three-part series, Building Towards Successful Policy Management, IntraVires Health Compliance Consultants and Etactics' Product Manager, Cole Schlafer, walked you through how to properly implement policies including defining a policy team, establishing a team charter, adopting points of parity, planning and organizing your policy manual, starting policy implementation, and steps for the future.
If you are a healthcare provider, it is almost inevitable that you will have to navigate through denials and payer audits. However, there are certain practices that can be implemented to better manage your denials, improve your claim quality, help you manage and track the challenges of audits, and reduce the overall chances of an audit and manage those you must undergo. If you don't know these best practices already, how could you?
Presenting episode two in our Building Towards Successful Policy Management webinar series - "Steps for Rolling Out a Policy Management Process". Now that we've appropriately established the foundation of a comprehensive policy management strategy for your organization, the second step toward comprehensive policy management is to begin the implementation process.
Couldn't make it to our webinar yesterday? That's okay because you can still watch the recording on how to take the initial steps towards laying down a solid foundation for your policy management strategy on our YouTube channel.
All organizations need well-managed policies and procedures. Your policies and procedures are the first line of defense against risk, and they help your organization run smoothly. Is your policy management process effective? Is it up-to-date? Now is a good time to review your policy management process. We've created a three-part webinar series to help you.
According to Healthcare Finance, healthcare consumers are now responsible for 30% to 35% of their healthcare bill. Since patient payment and collection practices are consistently becoming more complex, deductibles have also continued to rise. Furthermore, collection costs are much higher for patients as compared to payer collection. Both of these factors have lead to the evolution of patients being the primary payer source. Although patients are now the primary payer source, let's face it, they have a lot going on and paying their bill is not a top priority.
An average of 32% of practices’ revenue stream comes from patient responsibilities. This means that recovering on your self-pay patient balances is more important now than it has ever been in the past and it shows no signs of slowing in importance. In fact, 33% of respondent hospitals, receivables are growing faster than patient revenue. How can organizations, specifically those that work within the pharmaceutical industry, manage their recovery process without losing an excessive amount of employee effort?
Missed our webinar? Don't worry. You can now watch the recording of our presentation and learn an overhead view on how to begin establishing a cyber security readiness program for your organization.
As cyber security threats continue to grow and change at an alarming rate, it can be hard for organizations to understand how to properly integrate and manage their cyber security policies and procedures. A data breach is not a matter of if it will happen, it's a matter of when it will happen and if your organization isn't prepared beforehand it could lead to huge losses.
We live in a world of constant connection. You wake up in the morning and check your phone, link your phone to your car's Bluetooth adapter on your way to work, purchase coffee at your favorite cafe, and connect to the internet in order to do your job's daily responsibilities. From when you woke up to when you got to work you've already used four different device connections without even realizing it. What happens if these connections are forcefully disrupted?
Etactics, Inc. has reached a new record for the most successful webinar held! Registered attendees reached well over 100! On June 25th 2015, Etactics held an educational webinar "Preparing a Denials Management Prevention and Appeals Strategy for the coming ICD-19 World. The presentation was given by Senior Vice President Carl Trownson. The webinar was 40 minutes long and highlighted ways to prevent denials for upcoming ICD-10. ICD-10 will be implemented October 1st 2015, and claim error rates are expected to more than double.