AHRMM On-Demand Spring Summit Session: Optimizing Revenue Cycle

Product Code: 314ODSS24D

Member: $35.00
Non-Member: $69.00



OPTIMIZING REVENUE CYCLE: Beyond Costs: Improving the financial performance of your Health Care Organization 
Join us for an in-depth exploration of approaches to enhance the revenue cycle in health care, focusing on boosting financial performance without compromising operational efficiency. Learn proven methods to optimize revenue while ensuring sustainable profitability. 

Learning Objective:
  • Examine proven strategies to optimize the revenue cycle, ensuring improved financial performance profitability while maintaining operational efficiency.
Shawn Stack - Director, Health Care Finance Policy, Perspectives & Analysis, Health Care Financial Management Association (HFMA)
As HFMA’s Director of Perspectives & Analysis, Shawn is responsible for developing policies and positions on topics important to the Association’s mission into recommendations for content strategy and product services for HFMA membership. He serves as a subject matter expert and consultant to the membership on health care policy, finance and revenue cycle operations. Shawn previously worked as a consultant with HMA/Burns and Associates, where he served as Senior Consultant. Prior to that, Shawn was Director of Health Care Policy and Economics for The Ohio Hospital Association and Director and Assistant Director of Access and Revenue Cycle at a major academic medical center and designated cancer hospital. Shawn is a graduate from Kent State University and holds an EPIC Resolute Certification.
Lana Makhanik - COO, VUEMED
Lana Makhanik is the COO of VUEMED, a healthcare IT company that solves inventory management, supply chain, and product usage documentation problems in hospitals using UDI-compliant RAIN RFID and barcode scanning technologies. Lana is a subject matter expert on: data-driven clinical inventory optimization; supply chain visibility and predictability; clinical documentation at the point of care; AIDC solutions; KPIs and data analytics; and the relationship between item master management and revenue integrity.