Lunch & Learn

4 Key Areas Where Technology Precipitates Clinical Success

August 24, 2017 | 11:30a-1:00p

Keane Insurance 135 W Adams Ave, Kirkwood, MO 63122 [Map]

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4 Key Areas Where Technology Precipitates Clinical Success

Farewell Meaningful Use (MU), hello Medicare Access and Chip Reauthorization Act (MACRA). This revolutionary piece of legislation is helping shape Medicare reimbursement in the healthcare industry. Come join us so we can shed light on the latest and greatest updates as it relates to the most common method of Medicare reimbursement, the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS).

What is engagement? Are your patients engaged? Is your practice engaged? Patient and practice engagement are fundamental to surviving the volume to value transition that is currently underway in healthcare. Come join GBS to learn more about the concept of “engagement” as well as the tools that are available to ensure sustainability in our volatile marketplace.

Revenue Cycle Management is fundamental to your practices viability. There are several questions you should ask yourself when evaluating your current state. Are you comfortable with your financials? Are budgetary forecasts favorable? Do you have a pulse on your AR Summary? How are charges and payments trending year to year? Although Revenue Cycle Management can seem daunting and overwhelming it is imperative to your practices success and longevity.

Presentation Objectives:

  • Provide a brief summary on the current state of MIPS/MACRA
  • Expose attendees to several different approaches that will help keep patients engaged
  • Identify the future state of Revenue Cycle Management Services in the Healthcare industry

Ryan Hackett, MHA

Ryan is an emerging Healthcare Administrator/Consultant with 12+ years’ experience in management and communications among interdisciplinary teams with a strong background in Health Information Systems.

Ryan has been employed at GBS for nearly five years where he was initially hired as an Implementation Specialist in early 2012. In 2014, he accepted the role of Healthcare Consultant focusing primarily in clinical consultation. After nearly two years in the Consulting division, Ryan accepted a position as a Solutions Architect. In this new role, he will leverage his operational knowledge to develop and implement solutions designed to optimize efficiencies and revenue for GBS clients.


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