This includes sessions from the conference: Health Care Industry Conference 2019
This update session will provide an economic trajectory of Healthcare costs.
Amazon, Google and now CVS have ridden the wave of businesses leveraging their existing frameworks into health care as it turns to data and digital health. Amazon will use Prime and Whole Foods to enter into the pharmacy business, and a potential partnership with Cerner will reportedly utilize Amazon's analytics and perhaps an Amazon EHR. Google has been pushing relentlessly into health care with initiatives in health, wellness and life sciences and even has a whole division devoted to expanding the human lifespan. With the Aetna acquisition, CVS can combine a physical footprint with a payment model and pharmaceutical innovation. This session will examine the plans these three giants have for our health care delivery system.
Business combinations in the health care space continue to have high annual volumes, but how do these impact the balance sheet post-transaction. The session will discuss details regarding ASC 805, Business Combinations, as well as post-transaction goodwill related issues.
This session will explore some of the ways that telemedicine is being deployed right now in the U.S., and the measurable outcomes and ROI that hospitals are seeing. We will discuss how technology can be implemented, utilized, and customized to reduce health system costs and aide in care delivery. But beyond that, we will discuss some of the intangibles of the patient experience and how optimal use of virtual solutions can be a powerful means to humanize healthcare.
Participants in this session will gain insights in these areas:
Acquisitions of physician practices by private equity and health systems have been increasing and changing the market landscape for providers. This session will provide an overview of the physician transaction market and include discussions around relevant transactional differences between a health system and private equity buyer, including those related to physician compensation and incentive strategies.
In this session, we will discuss the applicability of these state of the art technologies broadly to provider Finance and specifically to Revenue Cycle.
This session will describe the current state of value-based care and identify opportunities for providers to increase their readiness for VBC arrangements. The session will also offer ways to maximize upside risk returns for those already participating in such arrangements and identify potential new revenue streams through these arrangements. Multiple case studies will be offered to enhance the audience’s understanding of the current trends, what is working and what is not working. Mr. Gregory will facilitate an interactive discussion throughout the presentation in the form of informal survey questions designed to engage the audience.
Revenue Cycle Disruption is becoming the 'norm' in healthcare. Payers have always had the power of cash/money, but with prior authorization, changes In contracting and ongoing revisions to directing of patients plus new players in the field of care delivery has mixed up the payer/provider relationship more than ever. Learn action oriented ideas as we attack this ongoing disruption.
In this session, we will discuss some of the trends in Uniform Guidance as well as significant changes occurring in Uniform Guidance audits as a result of the release of the 2019 Compliance Supplement. Further, the 2018 revision of Government Auditing Standards (the Yellow Book), the first revision since 2011, will be discussed.
During this session, presenters will take a look at recent hot topics related to revenue recognition. In addition, hear how Trinity Health, one of the largest Catholic health care systems in the U.S., tackled adoption of the new standards and wrote an accounting policy to address the new standards. We will discuss the impact this had on their financial statements as well as lessons learned from implementation.