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A Vision for Business Intelligence in a Medical Practice.

PivotTables, spreadsheets, dashboards, emails, maps, visualizations, and other tools that drive practice performance, automatically refresh and can be customized by end users without IT support.

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Seeing Past Tomorrow: Using Appointment Data to Thrive in the Future

Appointment data is about as close as a practice manager can come to seeing what next week and next month will look like. Join an interactive discussion on using appointment data to increase opportunities in your practice. We will discuss ways to measure patient access to your providers, to reduce no show appointments, and to maximize capacity of your most important practice resources. See how practices across America are using appointment data to identify and solve problems before patients arrive, to make staff more efficient, and to reduce the number of unsold patient appointments.

Carving Up and Drilling Down: Using Microsoft Excel’s Pivot Table Feature to Analyze a Practice’s Revenue Cycle

Microsoft Excel’s Pivot Table feature is a fast and powerful way to analyze and consolidate large amounts of data and quickly extract critical knowledge.  In this webinar, you’ll learn how to use Pivot Tables in a medical practice setting to better track collections, analyze reimbursement, collect accounts receivable, and more.  You’ll also see a variety of techniques to filter, sort, group, and manipulate practice data.  We’ll also discuss several different applications of Pivot Tables throughout a medical practice. The presentation will be a live demonstration using Office 365 for the PC.

Business Intelligence for Revenue Cycle Management

Customized.  Automated.  Fast.  Do these three words describe Business Intelligence in your practice? Are you relying on inflexible canned reports that tell you only part of what really matters in your unique practice, yet the reports are cluttered with lots of extraneous things you don’t need to know?  Do you get new data automatically, or do you start from scratch every time you update an existing report?  Does an average BI project for your practice take days, weeks, months, or years? This session will describe and demonstrate BI tools that produce customized reports for medical practices with a specific focus on an expanded view of revenue cycle management from appointments through denials.

Business Intelligence for Payer Contracting

You have analyzed your contracts, negotiated with the payers, and set new rates.  Your job may look finished, but the fun is just starting!  Short of reviewing every EOB and ERA, how can you ensure that the new rates are loaded correctly and that procedures are paid appropriately?  What are medical practices nationwide doing to confirm that claims are being paid according to contract?  What about multiple procedure discounts, modifiers, different rates for different specialties, and other contracting nuances?  How can I prioritize appeals and track successful appeals?  Join us for an interactive discussion on applying Business Intelligence to payer contracting.

21 Functions Every Excel User Should Know

Take a deep dive into fundamental functions that every Excel user should know.  Start with basic functions like SUM, COUNT, and AVERAGE, and by the end of the session you will be using IF statements, SMIFS, and IFERROR.  Use the functions to make your spreadsheets more powerful, more accurate, and more flexible.  This presentation is a live demonstration using Excel.  Participants are encouraged to bring their laptops and follow along.  We will discuss how and where to use these functions in a medical practice setting.  Invest a couple of hours in this presentation and your attendees will save time every week for years.

Business Intelligence for Revenue Cycle Management

Customized.  Automated.  Fast.  Do these three words describe Business Intelligence in your practice? Are you relying on inflexible canned reports that tell you only part of what really matters in your unique practice, yet the reports are cluttered with lots of extraneous things you don’t need to know?  Do you get new data automatically, or do you start from scratch every time you update an existing report?  Does an average BI project for your practice take days, weeks, months, or years? This session will describe and demonstrate BI tools that produce customized reports for medical practices with a specific focus on an expanded view of revenue cycle management from appointments through denials.