[WEBINAR] Conducting Quality Review in the Revenue Cycle
Thursday, November 8th, 2018 from 1:00PM to 2:00PM ET
About this webinar
What does quality assurance look like in your revenue cycle? At Moffitt Cancer Center, a quality department was launched to perform consistent, unbiased quality assurance for revenue cycle departments. Quality auditors oversee training and system support for the revenue cycle’s five key departments and 700+ team members. The review process provides a controlled base to reinforce efficiency, accuracy and accountability across teams. By catching and correcting errors before they move downstream, Moffitt can send claims out cleaner, reduce denials and bring in more cash. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn what a revenue cycle quality review program could do for your organization.
What does quality review look like in the revenue cycle?
What measures and metrics are used to score revenue cycle quality?
How often do quality reviews take place, and what impact do they have?
What tools are used to track and report quality scores?
Lynn Ansley – Director, Revenue Cycle Quality, Training & System Support, Moffitt Cancer Center
About Lynn Ansley
Lynn Ansley is the Director of Revenue Cycle Quality, Training & System Support at Moffitt Cancer Center. She brings 9 years of auditing and education experience to Moffitt Cancer Center.
Lynn’s Revenue Cycle journey began in early 2015 when she was tasked with creating the Revenue Cycle Quality department. Over the past several years Lynn has created a very mature quality review program throughout Revenue Cycle as well as a high performing centralized training function. Most recently she took on the Process, System & Support team that is responsible for automating processes in the Patient Accounting System.
About Vyne Medical
Vyne Medical™ serves a growing base of over 600 active hospital and health system clients nationwide. Best practices are hardwired through technology solutions proven to help hospitals achieve sustainable top performance. Our solutions create a unified view of patient health data, capturing information at the point of exchange and making it available at the point of need for faster response times, smoother transitions, improved patient experience and better health outcomes.