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June 6, 2018

Noon-1:30 p.m. Central

This webinar will review the magnitude of disruptions in four main categories: patients, hospitals and physicians, payers and national trends. The speaker will review:

  • How the convenient care movement impacts the patient – from social media to insurance-directed care;
  • How mergers and new federal rules impact hospitals and physicians;
  • How Medicare Advantage and mergers such as CVS and Aetna impact payers;
  • The current state of ACA/Obamacare

Join us for the ongoing journey of fundamental changes in health care – from a broad stroke with a national flavor.

Target Audience:

CFOs, Finance and Business Office staff

Faculty:

Day Egusquiza, president, AR Systems, Inc.

Day EgusquizaDay brings over 38 years experience in health care reimbursement, hospital business office operations (20 years in an Idaho hospital), contracting and compliance implementation.  Additionally, her experience includes eight years as a Director of a Physician Medical Management billing service, which included completing an integrated business office between a hospital and a large physician clinic.  She has been an entrepreneur in hospital and physician practice accounts receivable management and a leader in redesigning numerous organizations. 
 
Ms Egusquiza is a nationally recognized speaker on continuous quality improvement (CQI), benchmarking, redesigning, reimbursement systems and implementing an operational focus of compliance- both in hospitals and practices.  She has been on the AAHAM National Advisory Council, HFMA National Advisory Council, is a past President of the Idaho HFMA Chapter & recently received the Lifetime Achievement Award.   She has been highlighted in JCAHO’s Six Hospitals in Search of Excellence, Zimmerman’s Receivable Report,  HFMA’s  HFM and Patient Account, AHIA Prospective, and numerous healthcare newsletters along with a contributing author to 2006 Health Law and Compliance Update.   She received the Idaho Hospital Association “Distinguished Service Award” for her legislative work and training on new indigent law.