Presented by Brian Graves, Connance
February 1st 2018 | 12pm to 1pm EST
Innovative Approaches to Claims & Denial Management
High denial rates can have a detrimental impact on the bottom line. At best, denials force the business office to review and rework claims, causing a delay in AR receivables. At worst, the claim is rejected and must be written off, when in some cases, the denial is avoidable. How do you know which denials to work?
- Which denials should get your attention first?
- From root cause analysis, prioritization of denials for value and automation for claims statusing, leading organizations are going beyond the traditional approaches to handling claims and denials.
Learn more about how your organization can think differently to improve claims and denial management.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
With more than 20 years of healthcare IT experience, Brian has held a variety of positions with vendors including Kronos, Picis (now OptumInsight), Pyxis and MEDITECH spanning sales, marketing, business development and service delivery. Prior to joining Connance, Brian was the Global Practice Leader, Healthcare for Kronos. He is a member of HFMA and HIMSS and serves on the Board of Trustees of the American Nurses Foundation, the charitable and philanthropic arm of the American Nurses Association. He is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire.
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