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  • HFMA's Advertising Solutions
    Should Be Tracking and How to Improve Your Results Patient financial engagement is more challenging than ever and more critical With patient responsibility as a percentage of revenue on the rise providers have seen their billing related costs and accounts receivable levels increase If increasing collection yield and reducing costs are a priority for your organization the metrics outlined in this presentation will provide the framework you need to understand what s working and what s not in order to guide your overall patient financial engagement initiatives and optimize results HFMA Business Profiles Accretive Health Partners with Providers to Excel in a Rapidly Transforming Revenue Cycle Environment Emad Rizk MD president and CEO of Accretive Health discusses the uncertainty facing hospitals and the transitions affecting revenue cycle management HFMA RESOURCE LIBRARY 10 Ways to Reduce Patient Statement Volume and Reduce Costs No two patients are the same Each has a very personal healthcare experience and each has distinct financial needs and preferences that have an impact on how when and if they chose to pay their healthcare bill It s no longer effective to apply static billing techniques to solve the complex challenge of collecting balances from patients The need to tailor financial conversations and payment options to individual needs and preferences is critical This presentation provides 10 recommendations that will not only help you improve payment performance through a more tailored approach but take control of rising collection costs HFMA Business Profiles Conifer Health Solutions Helping Providers and Employers Build a Foundation for Better Health Jim Bohnsack vice president solution corporate development for Conifer Health Solutions explains how the company helps healthcare providers leverage data to deliver better outcomes while optimizing reimbursement for all payment arrangements HFMA RESOURCE LIBRARY Reduce Patient Balances Sent to Collection Agencies Approaching New Problems with New Approaches This white paper written by Apex Vice President of Solutions and Services Carrie Romandine discusses the importance of patient segmentation and messaging specifically related to the patient revenue cycle Applying strategic messaging that is tailored to each patient type will not only better educate consumers on payment options specific to their billing needs but it will maximize the amount collected before sending to collections Further targeted messaging should be applied across all points of patient interaction i e point of service customer service patient statements and analyzed regularly for maximized results HFMA Business Profiles Ontario Systems Optimizing Accounts Receivable in a Rapidly Changing Environment Steve Scibetta senior director of channel sales for Ontario Systems healthcare product line shares insights into effectively managing receivables HFMA RESOURCE LIBRARY The Future of Online Patient Billing Portals This white paper written by Apex President Patrick Maurer discusses methods to increase patient adoption of online payments Providers are now seeking ways to incrementally collect more payments due from patients as well as speeding up the rate of collections This white paper shows why patient centric approaches to online payment portals are important complements to traditional provider centric approaches HFMA Business Profiles Optum

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  • Sponsorship Opportunities
    costs and accounts receivable levels increase If increasing collection yield and reducing costs are a priority for your organization the metrics outlined in this presentation will provide the framework you need to understand what s working and what s not in order to guide your overall patient financial engagement initiatives and optimize results HFMA Business Profiles Accretive Health Partners with Providers to Excel in a Rapidly Transforming Revenue Cycle Environment Emad Rizk MD president and CEO of Accretive Health discusses the uncertainty facing hospitals and the transitions affecting revenue cycle management HFMA RESOURCE LIBRARY 10 Ways to Reduce Patient Statement Volume and Reduce Costs No two patients are the same Each has a very personal healthcare experience and each has distinct financial needs and preferences that have an impact on how when and if they chose to pay their healthcare bill It s no longer effective to apply static billing techniques to solve the complex challenge of collecting balances from patients The need to tailor financial conversations and payment options to individual needs and preferences is critical This presentation provides 10 recommendations that will not only help you improve payment performance through a more tailored approach but take control of rising collection costs HFMA Business Profiles Conifer Health Solutions Helping Providers and Employers Build a Foundation for Better Health Jim Bohnsack vice president solution corporate development for Conifer Health Solutions explains how the company helps healthcare providers leverage data to deliver better outcomes while optimizing reimbursement for all payment arrangements HFMA RESOURCE LIBRARY Reduce Patient Balances Sent to Collection Agencies Approaching New Problems with New Approaches This white paper written by Apex Vice President of Solutions and Services Carrie Romandine discusses the importance of patient segmentation and messaging specifically related to the patient revenue cycle Applying strategic messaging that is tailored to each patient type will not only better educate consumers on payment options specific to their billing needs but it will maximize the amount collected before sending to collections Further targeted messaging should be applied across all points of patient interaction i e point of service customer service patient statements and analyzed regularly for maximized results HFMA Business Profiles Ontario Systems Optimizing Accounts Receivable in a Rapidly Changing Environment Steve Scibetta senior director of channel sales for Ontario Systems healthcare product line shares insights into effectively managing receivables HFMA RESOURCE LIBRARY The Future of Online Patient Billing Portals This white paper written by Apex President Patrick Maurer discusses methods to increase patient adoption of online payments Providers are now seeking ways to incrementally collect more payments due from patients as well as speeding up the rate of collections This white paper shows why patient centric approaches to online payment portals are important complements to traditional provider centric approaches HFMA Business Profiles Optum Enabling Transformative Change Elena White vice president of risk quality and network solutions for Optum discusses how healthcare providers can leverage data and technology as they enable risk in their organization HFMA RESOURCE LIBRARY Payment Portals Can

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  • Exhibits & Sponsors
    Lee MD CMO Press Ganey will discuss strategies organizations have used that combine patient survey data and financial incentives to engage physicians in performance improvement efforts More Information Session Spotlights Enabling Physicians to Deliver Value Based Care Sachin Jain MD will share strategies and examples to leverage health data to improve patient health Dr Jain s work uses the understanding of actual patient experiences and outcomes and applying that knowledge to improve care delivery through appropriate use of medications medication adherence and advancing medical discovery More Information Session Spotlights Competition Consumerism and Choice Building a Better Healthcare Mar David Johnson will discuss how consumerism and related forces are driving new levels of competition in the healthcare market More Information Session Spotlights Provider Sponsored Health Plan Analysis of Competitive Landscape Paul Keckley PhD will discuss the current status of provider sponsored risk activities and the success of provider sponsored health plans More Information Session Spotlights Getting to High Reliability Healthcare While Generating Positive ROI Mark Chassin MD will discuss a promising strategy to reach high reliability with the promising goal of efforts causing zero harm delivering health care without ever harming patients or healthcare workers More Information Exhibitors Sponsors Exhibitor Information If you are interested in exhibiting please contact Chuck Wagner ANI Exhibit Sales Ph 312 265 9657 Email chuck corcexpo com For current exhibitor questions please contact Doreen Bonnema ANI Exhibit Manager Ph 312 265 9653 Email doreen corcexpo com Exhibitor Resources Exhibit Hall Virtual Floor Plan Exhibit Space Application Exhibitor Prospectus Exhibitor Registration ANI 2016 Exhibit Hall Hours Sunday June 26 6 00 8 00 PM Monday June 27 11 00 AM 2 15 PM 3 30 5 30 PM Tuesday June 28 10 45 AM 2 00 PM Value to Sponsors The benefits of sponsorship are significant Organizations

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  • HFMA Media Kit 2015/2016
    HFMA Media Kit 2016 Request Form Name Title Company Phone EXT E mail Address Thank You 2014 Healthcare Financial Management Association All rights reserved Go back to the HFMA homepage

    Original URL path: http://www.hfma.org/forms/mediakit.cfm (2016-02-10)
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  • Contact Us
    60154 Toll free 800 252 4362 Direct 708 531 9600 Fax 708 531 0032 Washington Office 1825 K Street NW Suite 900 Washington DC 20006 Direct 202 296 2920 Fax 202 238 3456 BACK TO PAGINATION HFMA welcomes your questions and comments Our executive team and key functions are listed below Executives Joseph J Fifer FHFMA CPA CEO President Email Phone 708 492 3304 Edwin P Czopek FHFMA CPA CAE CGMA Executive Vice President CFO Email Phone 708 492 3355 Susan Brenkus Vice President Human Resources Chapter Relations Email Phone 708 492 3317 To post an open position at your organization please continue here Richard L Gundling FHFMA CMA Vice President Healthcare Financial Practices Email Phone 202 238 3452 Todd Nelson Vice President Education Organizational Solutions Email Phone 708 492 3353 Functions Questions about Articles Submitting articles for publication in an HFMA magazine or newsletter Article Reviewers Becoming an article reviewer for hfm Membership Member benefits dues how to join and publication subscriptions Permissions Requesting permission to use HFMA editorial content Reprints Order publication reprints Chapter Relations HFMA s chapters and resources for chapters Advertising Advertising in our print and online products Sponsorship Supporting HFMA thought leadership events education publications and custom publishing Healthcare Financial Practices Payment regulations revenue cycle accounting and industry trends Value Project HFMA s initiative to drive down cost and improve quality in health care Education Events webinars seminars online and on site learning MAP Event and ANI Peer Review Program Finding products and services on The Short List and applying for inclusion MAP for Revenue Cycle Excellence HFMA s revenue cycle metrics awards event and benchmarking application Buyer s Resource Guide Finding and listing companies in the online and print Guide Classified Ads Listing your job opportunities Website Locating content and reporting problems Career Development Starting and advancing your healthcare finance career and professional certification Market Research HFMA s membership demographics or research projects All other questions Contact HFMA Member Services by email or by calling 800 252 4362 ext 2 Corporate Office 3 Westbrook Corporate Center Suite 600 Westchester IL 60154 Toll free 800 252 4362 Direct 708 531 9600 Fax 708 531 0032 Washington Office 1825 K Street NW Suite 900 Washington DC 20006 Direct 202 296 2920 Fax 202 238 3456 Please login to add your comments Advertisements HFMA Business Profiles McKesson Leveraging Predictive Analytics to Rein in Operating Costs A leader from McKesson discusses how healthcare reform is forcing hospitals and health systems to take a different approach to capacity management and patient flow HFMA RESOURCE LIBRARY 6 Patient Revenue Cycle Metrics You Should Be Tracking and How to Improve Your Results Patient financial engagement is more challenging than ever and more critical With patient responsibility as a percentage of revenue on the rise providers have seen their billing related costs and accounts receivable levels increase If increasing collection yield and reducing costs are a priority for your organization the metrics outlined in this presentation will provide the framework you need to understand what s working and what s not in order to guide your overall patient financial engagement initiatives and optimize results HFMA Business Profiles Accretive Health Partners with Providers to Excel in a Rapidly Transforming Revenue Cycle Environment Emad Rizk MD president and CEO of Accretive Health discusses the uncertainty facing hospitals and the transitions affecting revenue cycle management HFMA RESOURCE LIBRARY 10 Ways to Reduce Patient Statement Volume and Reduce Costs No two patients are the same Each has a very personal healthcare experience and each has distinct financial needs and preferences that have an impact on how when and if they chose to pay their healthcare bill It s no longer effective to apply static billing techniques to solve the complex challenge of collecting balances from patients The need to tailor financial conversations and payment options to individual needs and preferences is critical This presentation provides 10 recommendations that will not only help you improve payment performance through a more tailored approach but take control of rising collection costs HFMA Business Profiles Conifer Health Solutions Helping Providers and Employers Build a Foundation for Better Health Jim Bohnsack vice president solution corporate development for Conifer Health Solutions explains how the company helps healthcare providers leverage data to deliver better outcomes while optimizing reimbursement for all payment arrangements HFMA RESOURCE LIBRARY Reduce Patient Balances Sent to Collection Agencies Approaching New Problems with New Approaches This white paper written by Apex Vice President of Solutions and Services Carrie Romandine discusses the importance of patient segmentation and messaging specifically related to the patient revenue cycle Applying strategic messaging that is tailored to each patient type will not only better educate consumers on payment options specific to their billing needs but it will maximize the amount collected before sending to collections Further targeted messaging should be applied across all points of patient interaction i e point of service customer service patient statements and analyzed regularly for maximized results HFMA Business Profiles Ontario Systems Optimizing Accounts Receivable in a Rapidly Changing Environment Steve Scibetta senior director of channel sales for Ontario Systems healthcare product line shares insights into effectively managing receivables HFMA RESOURCE LIBRARY The Future of Online Patient Billing Portals This white paper written by Apex President Patrick Maurer discusses methods to increase patient adoption of online payments Providers are now seeking ways to incrementally collect more payments due from patients as well as speeding up the rate of collections This white paper shows why patient centric approaches to online payment portals are important complements to traditional provider centric approaches HFMA Business Profiles Optum Enabling Transformative Change Elena White vice president of risk quality and network solutions for Optum discusses how healthcare providers can leverage data and technology as they enable risk in their organization HFMA RESOURCE LIBRARY Payment Portals Can Improve Self Pay Collections and Support Meaningful Use Increased electronic engagement between healthcare providers and patients provides significant opportunities for improving revenue cycle metrics and encouraging patients to access EHRs This

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  • Privacy Statement
    need to accurately reflect our data collection and disclosure practices If you have any questions about this privacy statement the practices of this site or your dealings with this site you can email HFMA s webmaster BACK TO PAGINATION This privacy statement discloses the website privacy practices of the Healthcare Financial Management Association It outlines the types of information gathered from site visitors and explains how each type of information is used Information Collection HFMA is the sole owner of the information collected on this site We will not sell share or rent this information to others in any way that differs from what is disclosed in this statement HFMA collects both anonymous and personal information from our users at several different points on the website The information is collected for the following uses HFMA collects non personal identification information through the use of cookie technology and or Internet Protocol IP address tracking Cookies are small text files a website can use to recognize repeat users and facilitate the user s ongoing access to and use of the site Non personal identification information might include the browser used by the user the type of computer the operating systems the Internet service providers and other similar information The HFMA system also automatically gathers information about the areas the user visits on the site and about the links the user may select from within the site to other sites HFMA uses cookies and or your IP address to help identify you track of your shopping cart and identify member login information for verification HFMA s site uses registration forms order forms and online surveys that require you to give us contact information like your name and email address unique identifiers like a password and financial information like your account or credit card numbers HFMA uses customer contact information from registration forms to send information purchases purchase confirmations and promotional material from HFMA as well as some of our partners and the information may be provided to our partners for this purpose Unique identifiers such as passwords are collected to verify your identity and to use as account numbers in HFMA s record system The demographic information we collect is used to tailor your experience at HFMA s website by showing content that we think you might be interested in and displaying content you have expressed a preference in seeing HFMA also may use your profile information on an aggregate basis without personal identifiers to provide editors with information that is useful in developing new features and content for the website and to provide others with aggregate information about HFMA s users and the usage patterns of its website HFMA allows third party companies including AddThis to collect certain anonymous information when you visit our website These companies may use non personally identifiable information during your visits to this and other websites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services likely to be of greater interest to you These companies typically use a cookie or a third party web beacon to collect this information Learn more about this behavioral advertising practice Security HFMA employs a secure socket layer SSL security protocol which is a standard industry tool used to provide data encryption on pages and areas where personal data is collected SSL is designed to protect the personal information transmitted from your computer to HFMA allowing for safe transmission of personal and financial information over the Internet Personal email is not a part of SSL encryption Other Sites Users will find advertising or other content on the site that enable linking to the sites of HFMA advertisers sponsors and other third parties These third party sites may have their own privacy policies or no policy at all The HFMA Privacy Policy does not apply to such other sites HFMA has no control over and is not responsible for the content displayed on such sites nor over the measures if any that are taken by such sites to protect the privacy of user information Users should check the privacy policy of any third party site before providing personally identifiable information to it HFMA cannot control the use of cookies by advertisers or third parties displaying data on the HFMA site or whose sites a user visits or links to from the HFMA site Most browsers are set to accept cookies You can set yours to refuse cookies or to alert you when cookies are being sent Public Forums HFMA may provide interactive forums chat rooms news groups bulletin boards and other interactive areas Interactive Areas on the site If you use any of the Interactive Areas you are solely responsible for your own communications and the consequences of posting those communications HFMA does not assume any responsibility for the truthfulness accuracy or reliability of any material posted on any Interactive Area or of consequences of any Interactive Area communications on or arising from use of the site Likewise HFMA does not assume any responsibility for messages posted on the site and forwarded to third parties In cases where you feel threatened or believe someone else is in danger you should contact your local law enforcement agency immediately HFMA reserves the right but is not obligated to record the dialogue in public chat rooms HFMA does not screen communications in advance and is not responsible for screening or monitoring material posted by users or any other person or entity If notified by a user of communication s which are allegedly improper HFMA may but is not obligated to investigate the allegation and determine in its sole discretion to remove or request the removal of the communication s HFMA reserves the right but is not obligated to remove or edit communications posted on the site without notice In addition to the removal rights described above HFMA reserves the right to terminate a user s access to any or all Interactive Areas at any time with or without notice in the exercise of its sole discretion

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  • Terms of Use
    endorse approve certify or control these external Internet addresses and does not guarantee the accuracy completeness efficacy timeliness or correct sequencing of information located at such addresses Opinions expressed by contributors through forum discussion are not necessarily those of HFMA The appearance on the website of advertisements and product or service information does not constitute an endorsement by HFMA and HFMA has not investigated the claims made by any advertiser Product information is based solely on material received from suppliers If you have any questions about this legal statement the practices of this site or your dealings with this site you can email HFMA s webmaster BACK TO PAGINATION Disclaimer The use of HFMA sites is governed by the policies terms and conditions set forth below Please read them carefully HFMA reserves the right to make changes to to these terms and conditions at any time The Healthcare Financial Management Association HFMA websites on the Internet www hfma org are a service that is intended to provide useful information for HFMA members the general public and other interested persons While it is HFMA s intent to always present accurate information HFMA makes no warranties regarding the correctness of the information provided on these Internet sites www hfma org and HFMA does not endorse approve or certify such information nor does it guarantee the accuracy completeness efficacy timeliness or correct sequencing of such information HFMA accepts no liability for damages of any kind resulting from reliance on any of the information provided therein By proceeding to use this service each user expressly waives any and all rights of action that he or she may have against HFMA arising out of use and or reliance on the information on this service HFMA and its officers employees and agents assume no responsibility for consequences resulting from the use of the information herein or in any respect for the content of such information including but not limited to errors or omissions the accuracy or reasonableness of factual or scientific assumptions studies or conclusions ownership of copyright or other intellectual property rights damages incurred if material infects or contaminates a user s system or information and the violation of property privacy or personal rights of others No guarantees or warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular use or purpose are made by HFMA with respect to such information At certain places on HFMA websites www hfma org live links to other Internet addresses can be accessed HFMA does not endorse approve certify or control these external Internet addresses and does not guarantee the accuracy completeness efficacy timeliness or correct sequencing of information located at such addresses Opinions expressed by contributors through forum discussion are not necessarily those of HFMA The appearance on the website of advertisements and product or service information does not constitute an endorsement by HFMA and HFMA has not investigated the claims made by any advertiser Product information is based solely on material received from suppliers If you have any questions about this legal statement the practices of this site or your dealings with this site you can email HFMA s webmaster Please login to add your comments Advertisements HFMA Business Profiles McKesson Leveraging Predictive Analytics to Rein in Operating Costs A leader from McKesson discusses how healthcare reform is forcing hospitals and health systems to take a different approach to capacity management and patient flow HFMA RESOURCE LIBRARY 6 Patient Revenue Cycle Metrics You Should Be Tracking and How to Improve Your Results Patient financial engagement is more challenging than ever and more critical With patient responsibility as a percentage of revenue on the rise providers have seen their billing related costs and accounts receivable levels increase If increasing collection yield and reducing costs are a priority for your organization the metrics outlined in this presentation will provide the framework you need to understand what s working and what s not in order to guide your overall patient financial engagement initiatives and optimize results HFMA Business Profiles Accretive Health Partners with Providers to Excel in a Rapidly Transforming Revenue Cycle Environment Emad Rizk MD president and CEO of Accretive Health discusses the uncertainty facing hospitals and the transitions affecting revenue cycle management HFMA RESOURCE LIBRARY 10 Ways to Reduce Patient Statement Volume and Reduce Costs No two patients are the same Each has a very personal healthcare experience and each has distinct financial needs and preferences that have an impact on how when and if they chose to pay their healthcare bill It s no longer effective to apply static billing techniques to solve the complex challenge of collecting balances from patients The need to tailor financial conversations and payment options to individual needs and preferences is critical This presentation provides 10 recommendations that will not only help you improve payment performance through a more tailored approach but take control of rising collection costs HFMA Business Profiles Conifer Health Solutions Helping Providers and Employers Build a Foundation for Better Health Jim Bohnsack vice president solution corporate development for Conifer Health Solutions explains how the company helps healthcare providers leverage data to deliver better outcomes while optimizing reimbursement for all payment arrangements HFMA RESOURCE LIBRARY Reduce Patient Balances Sent to Collection Agencies Approaching New Problems with New Approaches This white paper written by Apex Vice President of Solutions and Services Carrie Romandine discusses the importance of patient segmentation and messaging specifically related to the patient revenue cycle Applying strategic messaging that is tailored to each patient type will not only better educate consumers on payment options specific to their billing needs but it will maximize the amount collected before sending to collections Further targeted messaging should be applied across all points of patient interaction i e point of service customer service patient statements and analyzed regularly for maximized results HFMA Business Profiles Ontario Systems Optimizing Accounts Receivable in a Rapidly Changing Environment Steve Scibetta senior director of channel sales for Ontario Systems healthcare product line shares insights into effectively managing receivables

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  • HFMA-Email Site Username
    with your HFMA membership account and we will send you an e mail with your HFMA Web Site Username Email Address Please enter your email address 2014 Healthcare Financial Management

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