The other side of the coin: Financial measures from programmatic data.

Thursday, June 2, 2016: 8:00 AM-9:30 AM
Broadway I (Hilton Portland)
Behind every good program, there is an equally good administrative function making sure that everything behind the scene is running smoothly. This workshop aims to create improvements by discussing metrics to evaluate good quality data that can create and foster collaborations across the provider and administrative teams. This workshop will explore the data from the Practice Management system and walk through various tables and working documents that will provide a variety of outputs to drive decision-making. Presenters will use examples from their data and reports to facilitate a discussion on, but not limited to, managing provider encounters, the life cycle of patient billings, staffing needs, projections, metrics to leverage alternative payment methodologies, identifying gaps in service and funding to better benefit advocacy in public and private sectors, and estimates for budgeting purposes. The workshop aims to highlight the relationship between quality data to both the administrative and clinical functions of an HCH. Participants will leave the workshop with recommendations on how to process their single source data for both clinical and financial decisions in their own organizations.
Todd Studeny, CPA (Director of Finance, HEALTH CARE FOR THE HOMELESS)
John White (Director of Information Technology, HEALTH CARE FOR THE HOMELESS)
Ryan Zadera (Financial Analyst, Health Care for the Homeless, Baltimore)
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