Becker’s Webinar: 3 Ways Hospitals Can Regain Revenue
October 1, 2020
Chicago, IL – Geneia, a healthcare analytic solutions and services company that is simplifying the transition to value-based care, announces its CEO Heather Lavoie will headline an October 5th Becker’s Hospital Review webinar, Stop the Hemorrhage: 3 Ways Hospitals Can Stabilize and Regain Revenue During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Lavoie and Bruce White, CEO, Knox Community Hospital, will discuss the challenges of reversing COVID-driven declines in patient visits and revenue and three ways hospitals can improve revenue in the short- and medium-term.
“Shoring up hospital finances during the COVID-19 pandemic will require flexible, data-driven strategies to pinpoint areas of strength and address areas of weakness,” said Lavoie. “Hospitals must take stock of existing data and technology resources and learn to use them in new ways to better understand current and future drivers of quality, cost and revenue.”
The webinar, Stop the Hemorrhage: 3 Ways Hospitals Can Stabilize and Regain Revenue During the COVID-19 Pandemic, will take place on October 5, 2020, 4:00 – 5:00 pm Eastern. Webinar participants will be able to:
- Explain the importance of leveraging existing internal data sources to understand and track true drivers of cost and quality.
- Describe how to use enhanced next-generation identification and stratification technology to prioritize patients and pain points to drive revenue and loyalty. For example, identify and target high-value patients for personalized outreach and treatment.
- Recognize how to integrate technology systems to act on findings and convert data into usable information for clinicians and care professionals that’s embedded in care workflows.
To register, click here.
Geneia LLC is a healthcare analytics and services company. We work to improve collaboration between healthcare providers, health plans and employers to better support personalized, patient-centered care. Through advanced technology, education and training, insights and clinical services, we help clients better identify and actively manage high-risk populations, improve quality measurement and outcomes, and strengthen revenue. Rooted in deep clinical experience and leading-edge data science, our client-centric, phased approach to population health simplifies the transition to risk and value-based care. Our offices are located in Harrisburg, PA and Manchester, NH. To learn more, visit Geneia.com (https://www.geneia.com) or connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
ABOUT KNOX COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
Based in Mount Vernon, Ohio, Knox Community Hospital is Knox County's sole acute care facility serving its 60,000 residents. Governed by a Board of Trustees of twelve independently elected members, plus three physician board members, the 99-bed KCH, has experienced consistent operational and financial growth over the past decade. In addition to its main hospital, and its existing and planned on-campus medical office buildings, KCH has additional medical offices located throughout Knox County. The KCH mission is to deliver convenient, compassionate care with a focus on exceeding the community's expectations. With departments of primary and specialty care, KCH employs 89 physicians and mid-level providers offering a complete continuum of care from family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics and OB/GYN services to advanced specialty care such as medical and radiation oncology, orthopedics, and interventional cardiology. As an essential provider of a comprehensive menu of health care services, KCH maintains a dominant market share.