Distilling the Healthcare Acronym Jungle: Finding and implementing common ground among next generation healthcare reimbursement and quality systems
This presentation attempts to distill the essence behind the mire of regulation and re-regulation that has occurred during the last 10 years in healthcare. While many courses provide a short primer on each new program, this session will look deeper into the commonalities between them, helping you create a more unified approach and communication message when managing or implementing next generation healthcare initiatives.
Original presentation date
Thursday, November 17, 2016
Viewing the recording does not constitute eligibility to receive a CE. Only attendees of the live event are eligible to receive a CE Certificate.
By the end of this webinar participants will be able to:
- Recognize major programs focused on improving care and reducing costs
- Identify commonalities that simplify the management and implementation of competing programs
- Name key elements of Next Generation Healthcare Strategies
- Define action items that organizations can undertake near-term
John P. Glatthorn – Practice Director, Optera Healthcare Strategies
John is the practice director for clinical documentation enhancement, physician services and healthcare strategy at Optera Healthcare Strategies based in Philadelphia, PA. He has over 12 years’ experience as both a project manager and program manager and is also the former COO of a physician group practice where he was responsible for all revenue cycle operations and compliance. His specialties include analysis of ICD-10 impact in the pediatric space, diagnosis specificity education, and surgical documentation enhancement. He holds a BSBA from Drexel University, multiple industry certifications, and is a graduate of the executive education for healthcare professionals program at Cornell. John has regularly lectured on healthcare topics over the last 8 years including appearances at HIMSS, AHIMA, ACDIS, and PMI. John was also voted the 2011 HIMSS New England Speaker of the Year.