Financial managers for medical practices face an uphill battle on many fronts. Changes in patient volume, reduced reimbursement rates, increased regulations, the transition to value-based care, and increased technology costs all put pressure on practices. It’s more important than ever for financial managers to maintain a strong handle on a practice’s financial wellbeing.
The right people, processes, and technology can help today’s practices achieve financial stability and growth.
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Marc is a passionate leader with 10 years business experience leading improvement in physician practices and Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC). His work spans across multiple areas of revenue cycle including financial reporting and analysis, payer contracts and value-based risk agreements, PM system implementations and process improvement. He has a CHFP certification from HFMA and a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) from Western Governors University.
Marc is motivated to improving efficiency and profitability for community health centers so they can deliver on their mission in providing the best care to everyone in their community regardless of their ability to pay.
Owen Dahl is a principal of Owen Dahl Consulting, in The Woodlands, Texas and the author of the new book: The High Performing Medical Practice: Workflow, Practice finances, and Patient-Centric Care and Think Business – Medical practice quality, efficiency and profit. He also is the contributing author of the popular book Lean Six Sigma for the Medical Practice and the recently published Integration of Behavioral Health Into Medical Homes: A Rapid Implementation Guide. Owen has 53 years of experience in consulting, running a medical billing service and managing medical practices. He speaks on issues related to strategic planning, Lean and Six Sigma, culture, human resource management, revenue cycle among others. Owen was a hospital administrator. He is an adjunct professor at the University of New Orleans. Owen received his Bachelors degree in Hospital Administration at Concordia College, Moorhead, MN and his Master’s from the University of Northern Colorado. He recently achieved his Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt through Villanova University. He served in the USAF.
Tyler Surratt is the Director of Add On Modules at TSI Healthcare, NextGen Healthcare’s largest Value Added Reseller. Tyler and his team are responsible for the delivery of innovative technology solutions, including tools to enhance the healthcare payment experience and improve the overall revenue cycle. Tyler’s team currently oversees more than a dozen solutions, including patient payment and financial analytic solutions for more than 3,000 providers in 39 states. Tyler has ten years of experience in healthcare and is a graduate of UNC Chapel Hill.
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