Impact Your Revenue Cycle through Improved Utilization Management, Care Coordination, and Care Transitions
You asked, we listened! We have re-worked and re-vamped our 2018 agenda to have two tracks—101 and 301—and to bring the brightest minds together to improve the physician advisor and medical director roles. We have elevated the content of this year’s agenda above all other summits, making this the must attend meeting for information and networking for the universal physician advisor, medical director or hospitalist.
At NAPA’s 15th Annual meeting, discuss ways to impact the mid-revenue cycle, including areas of utilization management, care coordination, and documentation. View the agenda
Consider Quality and Safety Measures to Have in Place to Decrease Hospital-Acquired Infections
Hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) are a constant threat to patients and lead to thousands of deaths each year. Learn about the impact of hospital-acquired infections on quality and the penalties incurred.
- Review the most common and significant HAIs, and discuss how they may be impacted by documentation
- Discuss the penalties associated with HAIs and how quality scores may be affected
- Determine an action plan to evaluate quality and safety measures necessary to decreasing the prevalence of HAIs
Associate Chief Medical Officer, Quality and Safety
Loyola University Medical Center
New for 2018!
- Tracked sessions for both beginner and experienced physician advisors and others in clinical leadership
- Advanced topics on TKA, HINN, HAIs, Population Health, and more
- Strategies to impact the mid-revenue cycle through utilization management, case management, and clinical documentation
- Ways to identify and address social determinants of health in high length-of-stay patients
- Panel discussion on payer-provider collaboration to create value
I have not seen other meetings out there that have put together such a strong agenda and speaker lineup. This meeting is unique in that it provides important content and networking for the universal physician advisor, hospitalist, or medical director. Other meetings just don’t have that.
–Aziz Ansari, DO, SFHM, FACP, Associate Chief Medical Officer, Clinical Optimization and Revenue Integrity; Associate Director, Division of Hospital Medicine; Medical Director, Observation Unit, Associate Professor of Medicine, Loyola University Medical Center
Another stellar conference from World Congress! This forum is the best I’ve found for networking and knowledge sharing. I look forward to learning from my industry peers and gaining tangible takeaways that I can apply when I get back to the office.
–Christine C. Stallkamp, MD, FAAFP, CHCQM-PHYADV, System Director, Revenue Integrity and Care Coordination Main Line Health