Semi-Annual Healthcare Revenue Cycle Management Forum: San Diego

October 24-25, 2019 | San Diego, CA
Hilton San Diego Mission Valley
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“It has truly been a pleasure to work with the Q1 team in the planning and executing of several revenue cycle and physician alignment conferences. I have enjoyed the discussion format, and the material is relevant and engaging. I have met many interesting people through my association with Q1 Productions.”

Vice President, Payer Engagement, Payer Contracting & Alignment
HCA Capital Division

“In healthcare, transactions are built around relationships – not the other way around. Q1 Productions incubates deep relationships between C suite level participants – not just superficial networks. Attendance and content is highly curated so that the stage is set for rich, intimate discussion and exchange of experiences and ideas. This is not the usual business card exchange conference that I generally try to avoid – it is a chance to make new friends and learn from them.”

Chief Health Officer & ACO Medical Director
Palmetto Health

“Thank you for inviting me to participate in the conference last week. It was my first time going to a conference with that format. I found it to be much more useful than the typical conference where one person talks about their specific situation, and then you awkwardly walk the exhibit hall. Being new to the Revenue Cycle space, it was helpful in getting to know peers and vendors.”

Senior Vice President & Chief Revenue Officer
Baptist Health

About the Forum:

Revenue cycles within Hospitals and Health Systems throughout the country are facing considerable uncertainty related to incoming payer, patient and government reimbursement, resulting in a need to create efficiencies in care delivery which optimize coding, communication with payers, as well as patient payment expectations. In order to reduce denials, shorten account receivables and create a level of incoming revenue stability, revenue cycle executives look towards internal efficiency as well as the integration of technology and analysis of data to streamline operating procedures.

Topics Being Addressed Include:

  • Best Practices in Healthcare Revenue Cycle Optimization
  • Preventative Measures to Reduce & Manage Denials
  • Reduction in Account Receivable Timelines
  • Impact of Evolving Reimbursement on Revenue Cycle
  • Improved Revenue Performance through Payer Relations
  • Patient Engagement in Receivables & Revenue Stability
  • Technology & Automation of Revenue Cycle Management
  • Leadership Excellence & Efficiency in Revenue Cycles

Program Highlights:

  • Format Focuses on Small Group, Executive Dialogue
  • Restricted Number of Didactic Presentations
  • Pre-scheduled Networking Meetings with Suppliers

Audience

75 Attendees

Distinguished Presenters

Speaker recruitment in process

Networking

Networking time is built into the agenda to allow industry peers to connect and exchange ideas

Open Dialogue and Group Share

Each presentation is followed by 10-15 minutes of open dialogue for questions and exchange of best practices

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